Patrick Olmstead represents clients throughout Indiana in a wide range of legal issues, including personal injury litigation, insurance claim and coverage disputes, and business litigation. Mr. Olmstead believes that trust and communication are key ingredients to a successful working relationship, whether he is defending a client against allegations of professional malpractice or representing a patient whose insurance coverage claim has been wrongfully denied.
Mr. Olmstead is a native of Center Grove, where he still resides today. He attended the University of Notre Dame. He is the President of the Notre Dame Class of 1990. He earned his law degree from the Indiana University Robert H. McKinney School of Law in Indianapolis. He was a member of the Indiana Law Review and graduated second in his class.
Mr. Olmstead gained valuable experience and insight in numerous positions. He interned for Judge John Tinder of the Southern District of Indiana, the Marion County Prosecutor's Office and the National Labor Relations Board. He was an attorneyat Thompson Coburn LLP in St. Louis, where he practiced in labor and employment, tobacco litigation, toxic tort litigation. He also worked at Hoover Hull LLP, at which he developed broad-ranging multidisciplinary skills, before starting his own firm.
Mr. Olmstead is active in several professional and community organizations. He has served in leadership positions for the Notre Dame Club of Indianapolis, the Notre Dame Lawyers Committee, the St. Thomas More Society, the ethics hotline for the Indiana State Bar Association, the Wernle Youth & Family Treatment Center, Veterans of Valor and the Knights of Columbus.
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Last Updated: 10/21/2016