Wilson Kehoe Winingham

Firm Overview

Our firm represents individuals who have sustained catastrophic injuries or suffered severe financial damages due to another person's negligence. Some types of cases we handle include medical malpractice, auto and truck accidents, products liability, fire and gas explosions, aviation disasters, and wrongful death.

Our firm has over 35 years of experience in handling these types of cases. If you believe you or a loved one has a potential case, please contact us to discuss your specific matter for a free case evaluation.

Injuries suffered in a serious accident can have life-changing consequences. The trauma of injury coupled with the emotional stress, loss of income and cost of treatment and rehabilitation can be a monumental challenge for the injured and their families.
Main Office
Main Office
2859 North Meridian Street
Indianapolis  IN  46208
Phone
  • (317) 920-6400
Fax
  • (317) 920-6405
Websites

Fees

Free Initial Consultation?
Yes
Services Offered For Fixed Fees?
We work on a contingency basis. You pay nothing unless we successfully resolve you case. In the event we successfully resolve your case, our fees would be deducted from the settlement amount.

Office Information

Office Hours
8:00 am to 5:00 pm
Emergency After Hours
Yes
Languages Spoken
English
Personal Injury
Helping individuals who have been seriously injured due to another person's negligence
Our firm handles cases involving catastrophic personal injuries. Cases we handle include medical malpractice, auto and truck accidents, wrongful death, aviation disasters, defective products, fire and gas explosions, insurance bad faith, and many more.

If you believe you or a loved one was injured due to another person's negligence, call our firm today. As always, we offer a free case evaluation and charge no fees unless we recover on your behalf.
Auto Accident
Our firm represents individuals who have been seriously injured due to another person's negligence.
Our firm handles cases involving catastrophic personal injuries. Cases we handle include medical malpractice, auto and truck accidents, wrongful death, aviation disasters, defective products, fire and gas explosions, insurance bad faith, and many more.

If you believe you or a loved one was injured due to another person's negligence, call our firm today. As always, we offer a free case evaluation and charge no fees unless we recover on your behalf.

What distinguishes your law firm from others?

Our high level of experience and record of successful client representation has resulted in both partners being awarded Trial Lawyer of the Year from the Indiana Trial Lawyer Association. The firm has earned Martindale-Hubbell's AV rating, the highest rating available by this law firm rating service. Bruce Kehoe and Bill Winingham have been named as Super Lawyers for ten consecutive years and have also been recognized in the publication entitled Best Lawyers in America.

Bruce and Bill also are fellows in the American College of Trial Lawyers.

Bruce Kehoe

Bruce began his professional career as a registered physical therapist. This experience helped form a unique perspective on how law relates to the practice of medicine and the lives of seriously injured people. While medical legal issues have been one focus of Bruce's practice, he is equally familiar with negligence law and product liability. As Bruce owns and operates the firm's private aircraft, he is particularly knowledgeable in aviation law. His tenacity in pursuing fair and equitable compensation for clients is evident in a variety of complex cases, including birth injuries, brain and spinal cord injuries, defective products, and airplane and helicopter crashes.

Personally, Bruce has been a pilot for more than 25 years. He has flown a Piper Saratoga, Piper Seneca II and more recently a Cirrus SR22. Bruce's piloting experience has been an invaluable resource for the firm's airplane accident litigation practice helping clients who have suffered tremendous loss in both private and corporate aircraft related accidents.

Over the last 25 years, Bruce has been able to combine his nationally recognized trial skills with his experience owning and operating private aircraft.

Bruce has been honored with the 2001 Indiana Trial Lawyer of the Year award and induction into the prestigious American College of Trial Lawyers. He also served as the president of the Indiana Trial Lawyers Association through 2009. Bruce is currently a board member of the Whitewater Valley Pro Bono Commission. Both Bruce and his partner, Bill Winingham, have served as President of the Rehabilitation Hospital of Indiana Foundation and engaged in providing funding for brain injury research particularly focused on concussive injuries confronting our troops returning from Afghanistan and Iraq.

In Bruce's free time, he enjoys spending time with his family, boating, flying, and biking. Bruce also volunteers for Gleaner's Food Bank and can oftentimes be heard on WFYI's Public Radio Challenge grants throughout the year.

Bill Winingham

Bill Winingham has helped persons harmed by others during his entire 30-year legal career. Whether assisting crime victims as an Assistant U.S. Attorney and state court prosecutor or representing those seriously injured due to negligence or dangerous products, he has always been on the side of those who have suffered from others' misconduct. His emphasis in civil litigation has evolved to include vehicle accidents, fires and explosions, products liability and cases against insurance companies for their lack of good faith in settling claims.

His accomplishments have previously been recognized by the Indiana Trial Lawyer's Association in the form of the 2002 Indiana Trial Lawyer of the Year award. He has been listed in the publication Best Lawyers in America for fifteen consecutive years and has been named the 2010 & 2012 Indianapolis Product Liability Lawyer of the Year by the publication.

In addition, Bill is the immediate past chairman of the Board of Directors for the Rehabilitation Hospital of Indiana Foundation and has made Wilson Kehoe Winingham a major sponsor of the Dr. Lisa Thompson Center for Family Education, which helps survivors and their families adjust to living with brain injuries.

Bill was appointed by a federal judge to be liaison counsel for the plaintiffs in the Firestone/Ford multi-district litigation. He coordinates activity between hundreds of attorneys and serves on the Plaintiff's Executive committee in this nationwide products liability case.

Chris Stevenson

After graduating from Purdue University's flight program, Chris Stevenson began his professional career flying as a commercial pilot. As an associate attorney, Chris now focuses his efforts on the firm's aviation and product liability case load, using his technical and engineering background as an invaluable resource in litigation.

In Chris' free time, he enjoys spending time with his wife and kids and also working on his farm, with the help of his 5 sons, of course. He also enjoys horseback riding and is involved with 4-h.

Jon Noyes

Jon Noyes earned his J.D., cum laude, from the Indiana UniversityRobert H. McKinney School of Law in 2013. Prior to moving to Indianapolis, Jon graduated from Millikin University in Decatur, IL with a degree in political science. Jon is originally from Clearwater, FL, but spent a majority of his life in St. Louis, MO. In his free time, Jon enjoys murder mystery dinners, biking, jogging, cooking and kayaking/canoeing.

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