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Merrillville, IN, 46410
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Burke Costanza & Carberry LLP your smart choice for lawyers in Northwest Indiana. Our full-service law firm has offices in Merrillville and Valparaiso Indiana as well as one in Chicago Illinois. At BCC, our lawyers pride themselves on being able to provide a wide range of legal services to our clients, who benefit from the depth and experience we provide from top to bottom.

The main practice groups at Burke Costanza & Carberry LLP are: Alternative Dispute Resolution, Commercial Services, Civil Litigation, and Business and Personal Services.

Our attorneys represent businesses and government entities in the following areas: Business Planning, Commercial Law, Construction, Labor & Employment, Governmental Entities, Healthcare, Labor, Pension Profit-sharing & Employee Benefits, Real Estate, Taxation, and Worker's Compensation.

Our lawyers also represent individuals in matters such as Estate Planning, Wills and Trusts, Immigration, Family Law, Probate Administration, Real Estate, and Taxation.

Burke Costanza & Carberry LLP is a well-rounded firm with strong roots in Northwest Indiana that is focused primarily on our lawyers providing clients with the highest quality legal service in a broad range of practice areas.

Litigation Blog

BCC’s Bob Parker Quoted In NWI Times Article on NFL Concussion Litigation

Burke Costanza & Carberry LLP

Recently, NWI Times Sports Medicine Columnist John Doherty drew on the expertise of BCC’s Litigation Practice Group Leader, Bob Parker, in writing an article on the relationship between the recent suicide of Junior Seau, and the many lawsuits filed by ex-players against the NFL over the alleged concealment of information about the relationship between head trauma and the symptoms displayed by many players after their days on the field are over. The article notes Bob’s unique qualifications as both an experienced trial attorney and a football official for over three decades, and contained both his thoughts on the litigation and the larger implications of the revelations about head trauma and its effects on the future of football at the grass-roots level.

The article appeared on p. 1 of the Sports Section of the NWI Times on Sunday, May 6, and also in its online version at