Sevenish Law Firm, P.C.
Although I'm not kicking in doors any more, I am still pursuing the bad guys. Make no mistake - a personal injury claim is a fight! In my present work, the "bad guys" are people who cause injuries through negligence and insurance companies who try to deny rightful compensation. I've built a reputation first as a SWAT Commander, decorated Sheriff’s Captain, master police instructor and master martial arts instructor, and now in my current field as an attorney who takes tough cases, negotiates hard, and (when necessary) presents a great case to a jury.
Advocates for the Seriously Injured
We proudly protect the rights of accident victims throughout the state of Indiana, whether involved in auto, truck or motorcycle cases. Indiana motorcycle accidents hit especially close to our hearts because we are bikers ourselves. But make no mistake, we extend compassionate legal representation for all Indiana personal injury claims.
Our Indianapolis Personal Injury Law Firm: Victim Support and Much More
I have represented injury victims since 1985. I am the only lawyer at Sevenish Law Firm, yet I'm hardly alone. I am blessed with wonderful, dedicated staff members who "make it happen" on a daily basis. But be assured that when you hire me, you get me - not a junior lawyer or case manager.
Quality legal representation is just a part of the mission of Sevenish Law Firm. Our practice is dedicated to public safety and community service:
- We sponsor "I Give My Word," encouraging teenage drivers to pledge they will not drink and drive.
- We founded the Steel Justice program, extending legal services, education and other benefits to motorcycle riders nationwide.
- We publish the The Indiana Accident Book and other free publications to inform and educate the public about personal injury rights.
- We sponsor several charity rides each year to bring motorcycle enthusiasts together.
My Background: A Career Built on Service
I've always been in the business of helping people, in one way or another. It's who I am, and my Christian faith requires me to "do the right thing" in all aspects of my life.
Law Enforcement: Character and Skills
In 1973, I fulfilled a lifelong dream of becoming a police officer, and I made the most of my opportunity. As a Captain in the Marion County Sheriff's Department, I founded the county's SWAT team, attended the FBI Academy, and was honored as "Police Officer of the Year" by the City of Indianapolis for my efforts as a police instructor.
Law enforcement shaped my character, and from those years I gained valuable accident investigation skills that I employ in seeking compensation for my clients.
Martial Arts: A Reflection of Our Firm's Philosophy
I hold advanced black belts in Isshinryu Karate (Master Rating) and other martial arts. I've passed my self-defense skills along to thousands of Indiana citizens and police officers as an instructor and owner of martial arts schools. It's a hobby that embodies everything I and Sevenish Law Firm stand for: integrity, honor, discipline - and aggressively bringing the fight to the opponent.
Try Sevenish Law Firm
Our Indiana personal injury law firm welcomes you to a free, no-obligation consultation. You'll find that we genuinely do care about our clients and will go above and beyond to win the compensation you need and deserve. If we agree to work together, you pay no attorneys fees unless we succeed on your behalf. Call toll-free, statewide, 24 hours a day, at 800.278.9200 and we'll see you soon.
Randall R. Sevenish
Faith and Family:
Along with his deep spiritual faith and maintaining family as his top priority, Randy Sevenish remains diligent and focused on a lifestyle of "doing the right thing." Honesty, ethics, and integrity of character mean everything to him. Randy and his family are members of Saints Francis & Clare Catholic Church in Greenwood, Indiana. He and his wife Regina have been married for 33 years; they have two wonderful adult daughters, also black belts, Alyssa and Abby. Randy grew up in Toledo, Ohio as the oldest of nine children.
Randy enjoys riding his motorcycle with his wife and family. He also enjoys a rather intense martial arts training regimen in which he holds advanced black belts in Isshinryu karate, in addition to his daily practice of Chinese Qigong. He formerly owned two martial arts schools and trained thousands of police officers and civilians throughout Indiana in street self-defense, karate and police self-defense. He has been named to the World Karate Union Hall of Fame, designated one of the Top 100 Martial Arts Instructors in the U.S., and served as the official Karate Commissioner when Indianapolis hosted the World Police & Fire Games in 2001.
Areas of Practice:
Class Actions -- Plaintiff
Motor Vehicle Accidents -- Plaintiff
Personal Injury -- Plaintiff
Products Liability Law
95% of Practice Devoted to Litigation
U.S. District Court Northern District of Indiana, 1985
U.S. District Court Southern District of Indiana, 1985
U.S. Supreme Court, 1990
U.S. Court of Federal Claims, 1990
Indiana University School of Law, Indianapolis, Indiana
Honors and Awards:
"Top Paper in Class Honors," Indiana University School of Law - Legal Research, Legal Writing, Oral Argumentation
Who's Who Among American Law Students - Summa Publishing, Inc.
Distinguished Young Leadership Award in Law and Law Enforcement American Biographical Institute, Inc.
Indiana Law Enforcement Academy, 36th Session
Police Officer of the Year City of Indianapolis, County of Marion Annual Awards
Staff Counselor/Instructor Indiana Law Enforcement Academy, three sessions
"Master Police Instructor" Indiana Law Enforcement Training Board
FBI Law Institute Graduate, 5th Session
Karate Commissioner 2001 World Police & Fire Games
"Captain Randall R. Sevenish Day" - City of Indianapolis Proclamation
Former State Director for Indiana JSTA (Justice System Training Association) and ASLET (American Society of Law Enforcement Trainers)
Former President/Founder - ILETOA (Indiana Law Enforcement Training Officer's Association)
SWAT Team Founder & Commander - Marion County Sheriff's Department
National Coordinator/Instructor - Law Enforcement Seminars
Master Rank (6th Degree Black Belt) Isshinryu Karate
"Who's Who in Isshinryu"
Former Member, International Isshinryu Hall of Fame
Hall of Fame Member World Karate Union & Martial Arts Masters, Pioneers & Legends
Top 100 Martial Arts Instructors in the U.S. Martial Arts Business Information Magazine
Professional Associations and Memberships:
Association of Trial Lawyers of America, 1984 - Present
Christian Legal Society, 1999 - Present
Fraternal Order of Police, Lodge #86, 1973 - Present
Indianapolis Bar Association, 1985 - Present
Indiana State Bar Association, 1985 - Present
Indiana Trial Lawyer's Association, 1985 - Present
United States Claims Court, 1990 - Present
United States Court of Appeals, 7th Circuit, 1990 - Present
United States Supreme Court Bar, 1990 - Present
Isshinryu World Karate Association, 1976 - Present
Murat Shrine & Police Club, 2001 - Present
Scottish Rite, Valley of Indianapolis, 2001 - Present
Blue Knights - International Police Motorcycle Club, 2005 - Present
Please Call: 317.636.7777
Please Call: 317.636.7777