Chase Wilson is an Attorney at Hurst Limontes, an Indiana law firm representing Hoosiers. With eight years of experience in insurance coverage law, Chase focuses his practice on victims of personal injury and wrongful death cases, recovering millions of dollars in compensation. An award-winning attorney, Chase has been recognized as a Best Lawyers: Ones to Watch and has earned the Super Lawyers Rising Star accolade. He is also the Chair of the Young Lawyers Division of the Indiana Trial Lawyers Association, where he advocates for professional growth and community engagement.


Here’s a glimpse of what you’ll learn:

  • [1:25] Insights into Chase Wilson’s move from Switzerland County to high school in Lawrenceburg
  • [1:58] How a high school mock trial ignited Chase’s interest in pursuing a career in law
  • [5:01] The role storytelling and client engagement play in a legal practice
  • [7:29] Why young lawyers should prioritize consistent learning
  • [10:27] The challenges and rewards of dealing with intricate insurance policy cases
  • [14:25] How does the Indiana Trial Lawyers Association benefit young attorneys?
  • [21:41] Chase’s unexpected path into the niche of insurance coverage law starting with an accidental shooting case
  • [34:09] The special place basketball has in Indiana and how it shapes Chase’s life outside of the courtroom

In this episode…

What would it be like to meld the intensity of a legal discussion with the fiery challenge of a hot wings contest? Each bite brings not only the spice of chili but the sizzle of standout courtroom anecdotes. Can legal wisdom be truly imparted through a haze of capsaicin-induced tears?

The Circle City Conversations takes a scorching turn — literally — as the jovial camaraderie between host Alex Limontes and guest Chase Wilson brings to life tales of the courtroom. From civil rights cases to insurance policy conundrums, they reflect on navigating the legal system while subjecting their taste buds to an increasingly spicy array of hot wings. A proud Indiana native and sports enthusiast, Chase shares his journey from a humble upbringing to becoming a respected attorney, highlighting the pivotal moments that shaped his choices, including an influential high school mock trial and the sage advice of seasoned practitioners.

In this latest episode of the Circle City Conversations, Alex Limontes interviews Chase Wilson, Attorney at Hurst Limontes, about the passion and dedication it takes to succeed in law and chase hotter culinary experiences as an Indiana native. Chase shares his strategies for balancing intense courtroom battles with lighter moments of food and sports fandom, offering a candid look at the intricacies of trial law, the challenges he faced as a young lawyer, and hidden gems in the Southern Broad Ripple scene.

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Quotable Moments:

  • “You have to know what you don’t know when you’re just starting out.”
  • “It’s helpful to get involved with everything, whether it’s Indy Bar or other professional associations.”
  • “I find that reading and understanding insurance policies is like solving a giant puzzle.”
  • “Watching the Pacers this year, they’re moving at a faster pace than any team in the NBA.”
  • “People here understand basketball; it’s woven into the fabric of Indiana.”

Action Steps:

  1. Recognize the areas where you lack knowledge and actively seek guidance or education to fill those gaps: This emphasizes continuous learning and humility, which are crucial for professional growth.
  2. Volunteer within professional organizations or community services to expand your network and give back: This encourages a spirit of service and provides valuable experiences that contribute to personal and communal advancement.
  3. Embrace challenging tasks or complex problems as an opportunity to improve and master new skills: A problem-solving instinct leads to growth in areas that others often avoid.
  4. Engage with sports or community events to build relationships and relieve the stress of a demanding career: A well-rounded life provides outlets for stress and opportunities for local engagement.
  5. Investigate local businesses and support them to contribute to the community and discover new interests: This shows the value of curiosity and the impact that supporting local economies has on personal and social wealth.

Sponsor for this episode…

This episode is brought to you by Hurst Limontes LLC — a personal injury law firm based in Indiana.

Founded in 1981, Hurst Limontes LLC is one of the few firms whose practice focuses exclusively on victims of negligence and their families.

With more than 116 years of combined experience among our attorneys, you can trust us to handle your cases with valuable and extensive expertise. We have the knowledge to handle any case — from automobile accidents to construction site accidents, firearm discharge accidents, slips and falls, and more.

No matter how complex the case or how significant the injury is, we aim to make the process as stress-free as possible for clients.

Our attorneys have represented thousands of injured clients and obtained hundreds of millions of dollars in settlements and verdicts.

Have you or a family member been a personal injury victim in Indiana? Contact our dedicated team of personal injury lawyers at or email