Contact Bob Feagley


151 N. Delaware St., Suite 1500
Indianapolis, IN 46236
(317) 631-5151 telephone
(317) 624-4561 facsimile


Attorney Feagley provides free initial consultations. So you will never receive a bill for calling Mr. Feagley to see if he can help you. In addition, the majority of his files are taken on a contingency fee basis, which means that you pay no attorney fees until you recover on your claim. If you don't recover, then there are no fees. So Call Bob Feagley today. (317) 631-5151

Personal Injuries

Wrongful Death ​

Auto Crashes​

Semi-Tractor Collisions​

Boating Accidents

Motorcycle Collisions​

Slip and Falls​​​​​

Premises Liability

Medical Malpractice


Contract Disputes

Insurance Disputes

Conflict of ​Laws

Product Liability


Areas of Practice:


Juris Doctorate from Valparaiso University School of Law.

Studied at Harlaxton College in Grantham England.

Bachelor of Science from the University of Southern Indiana with a Political Science Major and Business Administration Minor.

Over ten years working on behalf of injured hoosiers. 

Bob Feagley has been selected for inclusion in Super Lawyers-Rising Stars, 2009 & 2011 Editions as published in Law and Politics by the publishers of Indianaplis Monthly.

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A Different Kind of Counsel: 

       ​Attorney advertising is everywhere from t.v. to park benches and the city buses. Many of these big firms are not even from Indianapolis. My practice is different: small, local and personal. I have litigated cases and negotiated settlements involving virtually every manner of injury, from relatively minor soft tissue claims to severe injuries such as traumatic brain injuries, burns and wrongful death claims. Whether we’re at mediation, arguing before the Court, or trying your case to a jury, I will zealously advocate on your behalf. I pride myself on being absolutely forthright with my clients regarding both the strengths and weaknesses of their claim so they know what they could expect from the insurance company, the defense or the jury. It’s your claim and you need that type of openness from your counsel, so you can make the most informed and intelligent decision to maximize recovery on your claim.