Michael E. Polen, Jr.

Attorney in Dyer, IN

Michael E. Polen, Jr. grew up in Highland, Indiana, where he continues to live with his wife Denise and their two children. After graduating from Highland High School, Michael served his community as a police officer for more than a decade. As an accident re-constructionist with the Highland Police Department, Michael led numerous crash investigations involving fatalities and serious personal injuries. Through his substantial law enforcement training, he learned the highly technical skills of gathering evidence, documenting serious accidents, analyzing causation and determining culpability. Upon being admitted to practice law, Michael focused his career on helping clients who have been wrongfully injured or killed because of the negligence of another. Michael’s wealth of experience with law enforcement and personal injury cases is critically important in assisting clients through the most challenging of circumstances

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Experience & Credentials

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Admission Details

Admitted in 2004, Indiana and U.S. District Court, Northern and Southern Districts of Indiana
U.S. District Court, Northern District of Illinois

Law School Attended

Valparaiso University School of Law
Class of 2004
J.D.
magna cum laude

University Attended

Callumet College of St. Joseph
Class of 2000
B.S.

Birth Information

Born in 1969
Hammond, Indiana, March 5, 1969

Contact Information

Phone

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Michael E. Polen, Jr.
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 275 Joliet Street, Suite 330,
Dyer, IN 46311

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