Timothy F. Devereux, Esq.
Timothy F. Devereux graduated from the University of Denver, College of Law in 1988 and is licensed to practice before the United States Supreme Court and in the states of Indiana, Illinois, Texas, and Colorado as well as the Tenth Circuit Court of Appeals and the United States District Courts in Indiana, Colorado and Illinois.
In 2015, Tim was named to the Top 100 Trial Lawyers by the National Trial Lawyers Association. He has served on the Executive Committee for the Indianapolis Bar Association’s Litigation Section for over 5 years and is currently serving as the Secretary for that Executive Committee. Tim was also recently named as a Distinguished Fellow of the Indianapolis Bar Foundation.
Tim has authored “Preparing the Portable Kerosene Heater Case for Trial,” 43 AM JUR TRIALS; “Trying the Portable Kerosene Heater Case,” 45 AM JUR TRIALS; “Declaratory Actions in Tort Cases”, Trial Talk, Vol. 43, Issue 2 as well as “Chapter 48 — Kerosene Heaters“ and “Chapter 49 — Butane Lighters“ for Matthew Bender’s Products Liability Practice Guide. He also wrote “Premise Liability — Thinking Outside the Premises” which appeared in the Spring 2007 edition of ITLA’s Verdict. His past and present memberships include the Indiana Trial Lawyers Association, Colorado Trial Lawyers Association, Texas Trial Lawyers Association, and the American Association of Justice, as well as AAJ’s Section on Toxic, Environmental and Pharmaceutical litigation. He was also a speaker at the Mass Torts Made Perfect Conference in New Orleans, LA, on the topic of “Case Preparation Tools for High Volume/High Value Litigation”. In November 2008, Tim spoke at the Indiana Trial Lawyer Association’s Annual Conference’s Sunrise Series on the topic of “Telling the Story: Litigation Through Narrative” and in December 2009 Mr. Devereux spoke at the National Business Institute’s Litigating to Win Through Advanced Trial Advocacy seminar on the topics of “Putting Together a Powerful Closing Argument” and “Direct Examination – An Important Building Block to Your Case’s Examination.”
Most recently, Tim spoke on the topic of “New Developments in Construction Law” at the 2015 ITLA Lifetime Achievement Seminar. Tim’s practice focuses on construction site injuries, industrial injury incidents, product liability cases and complex catastrophic personal injury matters.