Ronald F. Layer was born in 1943 and a lifelong resident of Lake County.
Ron is married, lives in Munster, Indiana and has two grown daughters that reside in California. He attended Hobart High School where he was the quarterback of the 1960-1961 football team. He received an appointment to West Point and graduated from the United States Military Academy at West Point in 1965 and went into the Army as a second Lieutenant, was an Airborne Ranger serving in the Army in Viet Nam. Ron was awarded two Army Commendation medals, three Bronze Stars, and a Purple Heart for wounds received.read more
Awards & Recognitions
- Martindale Hubbell
- Workers Injury Law & Advocacy Group
- Worldwide Registry of Executives & Professionals
- Purple Heart - Vietnam
- Bronze Star w/ 2 Oak Leaf Clusters
- Ranger tab
- Recondo patch
- Army Commendation medal w/ Oak Leaf Cluster
A TRUE COURT OF JUSTICE
The Northwest Indiana Times has for years run opinion articles previously written by a young man who passed a year or so ago. His spot was taken over by a long time Northwest Indiana Journalist, Rich James, who used to write for the sister paper in Lake County, the Post Tribune.
The article is sometimes about what is right, but usually what is wrong with Lake County politics. This time, it caught my attention because the title was: Show Compassion for Lake County's Troubled Vets [NWI Times March 25, 2013 by Rich James]. Briefly the article talked about how Porter County has for over a year and half had a Veterans' Court running “successfully.” Lake County, with the help of Sheriff John Buncich, ...read more
EMPLOYEE ACCIDENT REPORT
DO I NEED A LAWYER? - When the medical malpractice act was passed in 1975 a doctor was governor. Now it is pretty clear that it is unlikely the patient who malpractice ...
I WAS IN AN ACCIDENT THAT WASN’T MY FAULT. WHAT DO I DO? - Notify your insurance company immediately. If you don’t know, find out if you have medical payments coverage. If you do, the auto insurance company comes ...
DO I NEED A LAWYER? - When the medical malpractice act was passed in 1975 a doctor was governor. Now it is pretty clear that it is unlikely the patient who malpractice was committed on can settle the case with ...read more