Experience is important

Steuerwald Hannon & Witham, LLP is one of the largest and most experienced law firms in Hendricks County.

Our legal team is comprised of four experienced attorneys with over 100 years of combined legal experience. We practice in a wide range of legal practice areas and have helped countless clients.

Gregory E. Steuerwald

Gregory E. Steuerwald

Attorney

Greg is a member of the Hendricks County and Indiana State Bar Associations. Prior to attending law school, Greg utilized his Masters in Criminal Justice by serving as a probation officer for two (2) years. While attending Indiana University – Indianapolis, he served as an intern in the Hendricks County Prosecutor’s Office. Upon graduation from law school, he joined his present law firm and has been there since 1981.
In 1996, Greg received the Hendricks County Outstanding Economic Development Award. He is also a registered mediator, receiving a Certificate of Recognition in Family Mediation Training through the Indiana Continuing Legal Education Forum. Greg was appointed to serve in the Indiana House of Representatives in 2007 and has been re-elected to serve every term up to the present. He is a member of the following House of Representatives committees: Courts and Criminal Code Committee; Chairman of the Ethics Committee; Chairman of the Judiciary Committee. In 2008, he received the Legislator of the Year award from the Indiana Chiefs of Police. In 2013, he also received the Champions of Justice Award from the Indiana Judges Association.

Greg attends the Avon United Methodist Church and is also a member of the Danville Chamber of Commerce.
Credentials: admitted to bar, 1981, Indiana. Preparatory education, Indiana State University (B.S., 1974); University of Alabama (M.C.J., 1977); legal education, Indiana University School of Law-Indianapolis (J.D., 1981). Certified Mediator. Member: Hendricks County and Indiana State Bar Associations.

Edward R. Hannon

Edward R. Hannon

Attorney

Mr. Hannon received his Bachelor’s degree from Indiana University in 1976, with high distinction. He graduated magna cum laude from the Indiana University School of Law in 1981, where he was an associate editor of the Indiana Law Review. He has presented continuing legal education seminars in various areas of tort litigation, including discovery privileges and insurance law. He is a member of the Indiana, Hendricks County, and Indianapolis Bar Associations.
His practice includes all areas of litigation with an emphasis on complex litigation in commercial, business and insurance disputes, asbestos claims defense for manufacturing companies, as well as other tort and personal injury matters. Mr. Hannon has been lead counsel in more that 50 jury trials in counties throughout Indiana, as well as in Illinois.
He is also an experienced mediator. Mr. Hannon has a Martindale-Hubbell rating of AV.

He is a member and past Distinguished President of the Brownsburg Kiwanis Club.
Credentials: admitted to bar, 1981, Indiana; also admitted to practice before U.S. Court of Appeals, Seventh Circuit; U.S. District Court, Northern and Southern Districts of Indiana. Preparatory education, Indiana University (B.S.W., 1976); legal education, Indiana University School of Law-Indianapolis (J.D., 1981). Member: Indianapolis, Hendricks County and Indiana State Bar Associations.

Herb D. Witham

Herb D. Witham

Attorney

Herb has practiced law for over two decades. His case experience includes felony and misdemeanor criminal cases, domestic relations, probate and estate law, adoption, small claims cases, and numerous other areas of civil litigation.
Herb was born New Castle, Indiana. He was admitted to the Indiana bar in 1994, and is also admitted to practice before U.S. District Court, Northern and Southern Districts of Indiana. Herb attended Franklin College of Indiana (B.A., 1986) and Mankato State University (M.A., 1988). He received his legal education at Indiana University School of Law-Indianapolis (J.D., 1993).
Herb has been selected by Judge Coleman to be the court-appointed attorney for Hendricks Superior Court 2 for the past 18 years. He handles more than 350 criminal cases in Superior Court 2 per year. He has decided hundreds of cases while serving as Judge Pro Tem of the Hendricks Circuit and Superior Courts, Brownsburg Town Court, Plainfield Town Court, and Pike Township Small Claims Court.
Witham, who taught and coached at Plainfield, has also coached youth basketball, baseball, and football, and is a past member of the Brownsburg Little League Board. He has been involved in numerous community and charitable activities over the years throughout Hendricks County, and is a member of the Hendricks County Bar Association, Indiana State Bar Association, and the American Bar Association.
Credentials: admitted to bar, 1994, Indiana; also admitted to practice before U.S. District Court, Northern and Southern Districts of Indiana. Preparatory education, Franklin College of Indiana (B.A., 1986); Mankato State University (M.A., 1988); legal education, Indiana University School of Law-Indianapolis (J.D., 1993). Member: Hendricks County, Indiana State and American Bar Associations.

Graham T. Youngs

Graham T. Youngs

Attorney

Graham Youngs has a multi-dimensional practice. In the governmental-services area, he assists government units with a wide range of issues—from procurement and open-door-law compliance to eminent domain proceedings and land-use issues.
In terms of litigation, Graham’s practice includes both trial and appellate work in state and federal courts. He handles a wide variety of claims and lawsuits involving personal injuries, property damage, consumer rights, real estate, business and general civil litigation, as well as insurance coverage. He also defends people accused of crimes.
In addition to handling multiple bench trials, Graham has briefed and argued cases before both the Indiana Court of Appeals and Indiana administrative boards. And he has civil jury trial experience.
A past associate member of the Sagamore American Inn of Court, Graham is a current member of the Indiana State, Indianapolis, and Hendricks County Bar Associations.
Graham and his wife Corrine live Danville where they attend Mary Queen of Peace Catholic Church.
AWARDS
• 2018-2019, Selected for inclusion in Indiana Super Lawyers® Rising Star list
• 2013, Inducted into the Order of the Barristers, a law school distinction given based on demonstrated appellate advocacy.
• 2013, Best Note, IU McKinney International and Comparative Law Review given based on excellence in writing
• 2011, NCAA Academic All-American, Wrestling
• 2011, Max Services Leadership Award, Wrestling
• 2003, Eagle Scout
EDUCATION
• Indiana University Robert H. McKinney School of Law, J.D., cum laude, 2014
• Wabash College, A.B., magna cum laude, 2011; La Universidad de
Salamanca, Salamanca, Spain, 2009
BAR ADMISSIONS
• Indiana
COURT ADMISSIONS
• U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Indiana
• U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Indiana

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