L. Scott Pejic is a 1999 graduate of Valparaiso University School of Law. He is a lifelong resident of Northwest Indiana and is committed to assisting people in the region who have been injured by another person or corporation's carelessness.
Scott earned his Bachelor of Science degree in Science from Valparaiso University in 1996 while a pre-med student. While working towards his degree, Scott attended Harvard University for a year and completed two semesters of organic chemistry. Even though Scott did not go on to become a medical doctor, he advances his clients' interests with his background in Science.
Personal injury and criminal cases often rely heavily on scientific principles. Scott believes it is important to know which questions to ask when initially evaluating a case. If an attorney does not have the educational background, training or experience working with scientific principles, then the attorney -no matter how smart they may be- will not to know what questions to ask or how to properly evaluate the evidence.
Scott enjoys practicing in his own firm so he may choose whom he represents and give his clients the personal attention they deserve. Scott also assists Northwest Indiana residents who have been charged with drunk driving (OWI) and criminal offenses. He is a qualified Standardized Field Sobriety Testing instructor through the National Highway Traffic Administration. Scott also received BAC DataMaster Breath Instrument factory training in 2005 and 2009 at National Patent Analytical Systems and EC/IR II Breath Instrument training in 2010. He has been a member of the National College for DUI Defense since 2005. Scott currently serves as the Problem Solving Court defense representative for a team working to establish the LaPorte County Problem Solving Court.
Scott welcomes all calls regarding accident and medical malpractice cases. If he is not readily available, he will return your call within 24 hours. He will answer the questions that you have and give you an honest and straightforward opinion with regard to your case.