Eric joined Rolfes Henry in 2018 to open its downtown Indianapolis, Indiana office. Eric’s practice focuses on personal injury litigation, advising and representing small businesses, and providing personalized legal assistance to individuals and small businesses. Eric has extensive experience representing clients in complex litigation matters including contract disputes, commercial litigation, domestic litigation, criminal liability, property law, employment, premises liability and personal injury.
Additionally, Eric regularly represents individual clients and businesses in litigation involving material breach of contract claims, premises liability claims, commercial liability claims, and first-party and third-party insurer/insured bad faith matters. In addition to litigation, Eric is available to assist individual and business clients in numerous matters including:
As a former police officer and government defense counsel, Eric regularly authors publications involving new legal developments in Section 1983 law, including issues related to the Fourth Amendment, qualified immunity, and malicious prosecution. Eric’s prior practice also centered around representation of polices officers in civil rights violations, false arrest claims, and malicious prosecution claims. Eric has regularly represented law enforcement personnel in claims brought pursuant to the Indiana Tort Claims Act as well as 42 U.S.C. Section 1983 in both state and federal courts.
Eric was recognized by Super Lawyers in 2019 as a Rising Star Attorney and is licensed to practice in Indiana and Ohio. As a veteran of Operation Iraqi Freedom, Eric actively devotes his free time to veteran’s activities and concerns. Eric lives in Indianapolis with his wife and son.
University of Dayton School of Law, Dayton, Ohio
Juris Doctor, 2009
Indiana University, Bloomington, Indiana
Bachelor of Arts in English and Criminal Justice, 2006