Caren L. Pollack, Principal
Ms. Pollack graduated from Washington University in St. Louis and attended the University of North Carolina School of Law in Chapel Hill, from which she graduated in 1987. She worked as a Deputy Prosecutor for Marion County from 1987-1988. She began practicing in the insurance defense area in 1988, defending public entities and commercial entities in civil rights, wrongful death and serious injury cases.
Ms. Pollack has grown her client base and increased her profile throughout her career by defending the City of Indianapolis, Indianapolis Public Schools, the State of Indiana and other municipalities in several highly publicized cases. She has presented instructional seminars to police departments, insurance companies, and attorneys on issues relating to municipal liability and trial strategies.
Ms. Pollack is approved panel counsel for the Fraternal Order of Police. She is a member of the Indiana and Federal Bar Associations and Defense Research Institute.
Ms. Pollack's Significant Reported Cases:
- Hupp v. Hill, 576 N.E. 2d 1320 (Ind. App. 1991)
- Tapia v. City of Greenwood, 965 F.2d 336 (7th Circuit 1992)
- Ritchhart v. Indianapolis Public Schools, 822 N.E. 2d 982 (Ind. App. 2004), transfer denied
- Pettigrew v. Board of Commissioners of Indianapolis Public Schools, 851 N.E.2d 326 (Ind. App. 2006), transfer denied
Caren L. Pollack • 317-660-4881
Three Meridian Plaza
10333 N. Meridian St., Suite 111
Indianapolis, IN 46290