Terrence Rubino

Terrence Rubino

Private Practice
  • Business Law, Insurance Claims, Personal Injury
  • Illinois, Indiana
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Summary

at rubino,ruman,crosmer and polen we have an active firm. it consists of 11 lawyers, 4 paralegals, a fulltime accident investigator and numerous support staff. although we are probably most known for our civil litigation in personal injury and wrongful death, we have a full service practice ranging from bank,corporate,medical practice,employment,insurance,probate/estate planning and domestic representation.
we believe in the team concept, proactivity and an organized approach to problem solving. one motto we live by is that an honest case is the best case. we promise to treat every client honestly and with respect.

Practice Areas
  • Business Law
  • Insurance Claims
  • Personal Injury
Additional Practice Areas
  • Car Accidents
  • General Civil
  • wrongful death
Fees
  • Free Consultation
Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice
Illinois
Indiana
Languages
  • Spanish: Spoken, Written
Professional Experience
attorney
Private Practice
- Current
began practicing law in 1975. in the early years, mr rubino learned a broad range of law, including serving as a judicial referee and a city attorney. in the early 80's his practice began to focus on jury trials representing wrongful death and personal injury victims.that still remains his primary focus. however his firm has expanded adding several partners,paralegals,accident investigators and a subsantial support staff. the firm actively serves the community representing banks, churches, a large medical clinic,governmental agencies,estate planning/probate/real estate, corporate and domestic clients.
Education
The John Marshall Law School
J.D. / law
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Honors: graduated with honors
Kent State University
B.A. / criminal justice studies
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Activities: football, president of delta upsilon fraternity
Professional Associations
Member
Indiana State Bar
Current
sustaining member
Indiana Trial Lawyers Association
- Current
Websites & Blogs
Website
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Legal Answers
144 Questions Answered

Q. In a car accident where everyone denies fault, is it best to go through your insurance or hire a lawyer?
A: assuming you were not injured, the smartest and easiest thing to do is to go through your collision coverage with your insurance company. it will initially cost you the deductible. your insurance company will then pursue the other company for what it paid plus your deductible. if it collects, it will collect your deductible too. good luck.
Q. If I curse at a cop, does he have the right to put both his hands around my neck and choke me??
A: no but as a practical matter there isn't anything significant that you can or should try to do about it. cursing at cops or anyone who has authority over you is neither smart or productive.
Q. On probation and got a p.i charge and was on probation for intimadation and they put a warrent out for me what do i do?
A: get some bond money together and contact a criminal lawyer in your area.
Q. What is the liablility of a public electrical utility company for injury caused by its right-of-way contractors?
A: i am assuming by your question that an independent contractor working in the utility's right of way caused damage to someone or something. unless the utility company ha oversight responsibility ( usually by contract), it would probably not have liability. however it is a very fact sensitive issue. you should contact an ALA injury attorney. good luck. roll tide!
Q. How long does it take to settle a personal injury case?
A: if you do not have a a lawyer representing you, you need to contact a reputable one in your area. the local county bar assoc should have a referral list as well as the ala trial lawyers assoc.. every state has a statute of limitations on which to file suit. idk what it is in ala ( in indiana and ill it is 2 years from the accident date ) but you cannot go beyond that date without filing suit. assuming suit is filed, cases can take years to resolve but your lawyer will be the best guide. hope this helps. roll tide!
Q. I am inheriting renters when I take title to a house soon. In Indiana, does a new owner have to honor existing lease?
A: yes unless the lease says otherwise.
Q. I was written up for missing too much work after exercising my FMLA rights, eventually terminated. What are my options?
A: although i personally do not do employment law, we have an excellent person in the office that does. carla pyle - you are welcome to call her to ask. there are no fees for just a phone call. you can check her out on our website rubinoruman.com
Q. Can someone using my trademark as their domain name, be forced to give it to me or stop using it?
A: it depends. there are alot of factors. you are welcome to call our adam sedia to give him more detail and get an idea. there is no charge for the phone call. you can check him out on our website: rubinoruman.com
Q. I have proof my husband cheated does indiana have allimony or adualtry
A: indiana is a no fault divorce state. the fact of adultry, while wrong on many levels and in very poor judgment, may only be relevant if he was dissipating marital assets. there is no alimony in indiana. however there can be post(after)divorce maintenence for a period of time for you to acquire a work skill. you are certainly welcome to call one of domestic relations lawyers to ask other questions. there is no charge for phone calls. nicole keith in our firm is the one i would recommend. you can check her out on our website rubinoruman.com. good luck
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Contact & Map
275 Joliet St
Dyer, IN 46311
USA
Telephone: (219) 322-8222