Experienced Attorneys. Real Results.
When searching for an attorney, one of the key factors to evaluate is past experience. Price Waicukauski Joven & Catlin attorneys have demonstrated successes that speak to how we have helped others in your position. It is the variety of complex matters our Indianapolis law firm has handled that provides the breadth of experience that is one of the keys to our success.
Awards & Accolades
Distinctions of Note
Bringing about a successful resolution for our clients is the biggest driver for our attorneys. With that said, being recognized for our efforts by leading legal organizations and our peers is certainly an honor. We congratulate our attorneys for the following impressive awards and distinctions:
Individual Attorney Awards:
- Named to Indiana Super Lawyers: Ronald J. Waicukauski
- Named to Indiana Super Lawyers: Carol Nemeth Joven
- Named to Super Lawyers’ Rising Stars: Brad A. Catlin
- Named to Best Lawyers: Ronald J. Waicukauski
- AV Ratings from Martindale-Hubbell: Ronald J. Waicukauski, Carol N. Joven
- BV Rating from Martindale-Hubbell: Brad A. Catlin
- Best Lawyers® in the United States (Indianapolis, IN)
Tier 1 Ranking in the 2014 Edition of The U.S.News – Best Lawyers® “Best Law Firms”
Our Historic Building
The Hammond Block Building: Rich In History
The Hammond Block Building is one of the most important structures in the Massachusetts Avenue Historic District. The Italianate style flatiron building was erected in 1874, led by Rezin R. Hammond. At the time of construction, the three hundred block of Massachusetts Avenue was developing as a new shopping district in Indianapolis.
A Walk Down Memory Lane
During its nearly 150-year history, the building has been home to a wide range of individuals and companies:
- By 1886, John Whitson’s Saloon occupied the building.
- In 1887, the property became Lee Quaon’s Laundry.
- From 1887 to 1891, the Central College of Physicians and Surgeons used the upper floors.
- The history of the building is vague from 1891 until 1945 when it became the Budnick Building. Beverly Goldstein bought it for her husband, Joe Budnick, to open a liquor store. After this plan failed, he started selling fishing supplies instead. Budnick’s fishing supply store became an Indianapolis institution, the city’s equivalent to L.L. Bean.
Renovation & Revitalization
An extensive renovation followed under direction of Schmidt-Claffey Architects. The exterior was restored as authentically as possible, including removing brick from all the first floor windows and raising the flow to its original position above street level. The end result was a success.
The renovation was recognized as an “Outstanding Contribution to the Beautification of Downtown Indianapolis” by the Commission for Downtown, Inc., and in 1981 won the Merit Award of the Indianapolis Chapter, American Institute of Architects. It qualified and was placed on the National Register of Historic Places. Since 1985, the law firm completely restored and renovated Hammond Block Building.
The Price Hammond Block renovation led to the renaissance of Massachusetts Avenue as a business and restaurant district and demonstrated the possibilities of historic preservation.
If you’re interested in learning more about what Mass Ave now has to offer, visit www.discovermassave.com.
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