Samuel D. Krahulik
Sam prides himself on being responsive to his clients’ needs and aggressive in pursuit of their causes. He has focused his entire career on representing injured individuals and their families.
Sam grew up on the north side of Indianapolis and graduated from North Central High School. He then attended Indiana University and received his bachelor’s degree in Public Management.
After serving as an Indiana Governor’s Fellow for a year, Sam attended Indiana University School of Law – Indianapolis where he received his juris doctorate in May, 2001.
While attending law school in the evening, Sam worked as a program manager for the Indiana Criminal Justice Institute, and then as a clerk in Marion County Superior Court Six where he had the opportunity to serve as bailiff on numerous civil jury trials.
Sam has extensive experience representing personal injury victims and wrongful death survivors in many areas, including product and premises liability, medical malpractice, recreational injuries, automobile and trucking accidents and insurance coverage matters. Sam has worked hard for victims with serious injuries requiring life-long care, including brain injuries and spinal cord damage. Sam lives on the southwest side of Carmel with his wife and their three daughters.