W. Erik Weber (Auburn, Indiana)

W. Erik Weber

Licensed for 18 years

Practice Area: Personal Injury Law, Dissolution, Bankruptcy 3 more areas of practice + 3 more

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260-570-4323

W. Erik Weber

260-570-4323

Free initial consultation, Credit cards accepted

Serving Auburn, IN view address

Partner at firm Mefford, Weber and Blythe, P.C.

Serving Auburn, IN view address

Free initial consultation, Credit cards accepted

Awards BV Distinguished

About W. Erik Weber

Assistant City Attorney, Auburn, Indiana, 1998-2003. City Attorney, Auburn Indiana, 2003—. DeKalb County Central United School District, 2003—. DeKalb County Department of Children, 2003-2007. Deputy Prosecutor, DeKalb County, 2000-2004, 2007—. Attorney, Union Township Trustee, 2001-2006.

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      Credentials

      Position
      Member
      Admission Details
      Admitted in 1998, Indiana and U.S. District Court, Northern and Southern Districts of Indiana
      U.S. Court of Appeals, Seventh Circuit
      2003, U.S. Supreme Court
      Credit Cards Accepted
      Additional Payment Information
      Free initial consultation
      Law School Attended
      John Marshall Law School
      Class of 1998
      J.D.
      University Attended
      St. Joseph's College, Indiana
      Class of 1994
      B.S.
      cum laude
      Birth Information
      Born in 1971
      Bloomington, Indiana, June 13, 1971
      Associations & Memberships
      DeKalb County and Indiana State Bar Associations
      Association of Trial Lawyers of America.

      Areas of Law

      • Personal Injury Law
      • Dissolution
      • Bankruptcy
      • Civil Litigation
      • Municipal Law
      • Juvenile Law