People who get hurt in an accident are often overwhelmed, confused and frustrated about having their lives turned upside down.
Just ask Chris Wyant, an attorney who specializes in personal injury cases. Wyant’s office has always been located in downtown Indianapolis, but he recently moved his law practice back home to Fishers, where he grew up and where he raises his family today. “I want people to know I am here in downtown Fishers to help them, should they ever be the victim of an accident,” Wyant says.
He has spent his entire legal career representing individuals who have been injured as a result of the carelessness of others. “I help people with personal injury cases from different types of incidents like car accidents, truck accidents, motorcycle accidents, bike accidents, slip and falls, injuries on others’ property, dog attacks, etcetera,” Wyant says.
He believes lawyers should be approachable and easy to talk to. “I often hear people say they were too nervous to contact a lawyer, felt intimidated, or felt like they would not be heard,” Wyant says. “From the second someone calls, I want them to feel comfortable asking any questions they have, and know that I will listen and assist any way I can.”
“I help people by giving them an honest and easy-to-understand assessment of their case,” he adds. “I then explain their options to them so they can make the best decision for their situation.”
Wyant is passionate about his work and helping people. “I enjoy working with my clients to get the best outcome for their case, whether that means reaching a settlement with the insurance company or litigating their case and preparing it for trial,” he says. “My staff and I stand by you every step of the way to get you the outcome you deserve.”
Wyant couldn’t be happier about being back in Fishers, where he played baseball during his high school years at Hamilton Southeastern (HSE). He looks forward to being more involved in the community.
When Wyant isn’t working, he enjoys spending time with his family, which includes his wife, Kelly, who graduated from HSE in 2003, and their daughters, Claire and Carlie. They enjoy experiencing all that Fishers has to offer from the numerous restaurants, parks and other activities.