Ashley Dayhuff was admitted to the Bar in Indiana in September 2015 after obtaining her law degree from Indiana University Robert H. McKinney School of Law in May 2015. While a law student, Ashley excelled in her writing and oral classes. She was a Moot Court barrister in 2012, and she served as a Deans Tutorial Society (DTS) tutor from 2012 – 2014. Her undergraduate degree in psychology with a minor in criminal justice was obtained from Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis in 2008. While an undergrad, Ashley received the Psychology Neel Award for graduating as the psychology major with the highest academic achievement.
Ashley has been with Garrison Law Firm since 2003, beginning as a personal injury legal assistant, then becoming a personal injury paralegal in 2008, and remaining in that position until being admitted to the Indiana Bar in September 2015. She is also admitted to practice in both the Federal Courts for the Northern District and Southern District of Indiana.
Ashley concentrates her law practice in the area of personal injury claims from accidents, defective products, dangerous property conditions (slip/trip and falls), animal attacks, poisonings, and employment injuries caused by someone other than the employer or a co-worker. She knew from a very young age that she wanted to become an attorney, and her young career goals were only heightened after interning with Garrison Law Firm in her senior year of high school. Ashley was immediately drawn into personal injury law, and her love for this area of law has only grown over the numerous years she has been working in it. Ashley considers her clients to be her partners as they work together to achieve the best settlements possible, and she earnestly strives to please her clients through hard work, honesty, dedication, and unwavering communication.
On a more personal note, Ashley grew up in Indianapolis, Indiana, but now resides in Morgan County, Indiana with her husband and their beautiful son. Ashley and her husband have been married since 2008, and both share a passion for their savior Jesus Christ, animals, and the outdoors. They are currently raising four adopted dogs (Larue, Bakari Duna, Byleigh, and Samson), 40-50 chickens, and 3 hives of Italian honeybees. Ashley also loves to read, scrapbook, and volunteer.