Darron S. Stewart
Indiana State Bar Association (1998)
Kentucky Bar Association (1999)
Thomas M. Cooley Law School (J.D., 1998)
Butler University (M.S., 1994)
Butler University (B.S., 1990)
Professional Associations and Memberships
American Bar Association
American Association for Justice
Indiana State Bar Association
Indiana Trial Lawyers Association
Kentucky Academy of Trial Lawyers
Kentucky Bar Association
Born in Louisville, Ky., Darron Stewart has lived in Indianapolis since 1970. Darron attended Butler University in Indianapolis, where he graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree in 1990 and a Master of Science Degree in 1994. He earned his Law Degree from Thomas M. Cooley Law School in Lansing, Mich., in 1998. He is admitted to practice law in the U.S. District Courts of both the Northern and Southern Districts of Indiana and the Eastern and Western Districts of Kentucky. He is also admitted to the Supreme Courts of both Indiana and Kentucky as well as the United States Supreme Court.
When not practicing law, Darron stays busy chasing his seven children, three of whom were adopted from China. His oldest son, Brandon, attended Creighton College in Memphis, Tennessee, where he paid for his education by playing basketball. Brandon is 6’11”! When not spending time with his children, Darron helps other couples exploring adoption.
Darron handles cases involving wrongful death, automobile crashes, truck crashes, product liability, construction site injuries and other serious injury cases. Darron feels a special calling to help those who have suffered through an attack by a vicious dog. Over the years, he has handled many dog bite cases. A lot of these cases involve children who have been attacked by a vicious dog. Many of these cases involve serious injury and permanent scarring.
Darron measures his success through helping others. His practice is focused on helping people each and every day. When asked what motivates him, Darron said, “If I can help at least one person today; help that person to be treated with respect; help that person be treated with dignity; help that person be treated fair, and; help that person regain what they lost, then, I have had a successful day. That is an incredible motivator for me!”