We Are the Trusted Voice in Muncie, IN

Since 1984, we have earned a reputation for being the premier advocates for fireworks businesses both within the state and nationwide. Our experienced attorneys have focused years of attention to honing our legal skills and knowledge regarding the governing of fireworks manufacturing, sales, and use. Not only do we have the legal experience necessary to give your case the edge it needs, but we also have the personal experience of being able to train others in fireworks use, inspection regulations, and other operational needs for fireworks businesses.

We represent all individuals involved in the fireworks business, including:

  • Retailers
  • Wholesalers
  • Importers
  • Manufacturers
  • Transporters
  • Special effects companies
  • Explosives storage facilities

From personal injury to production compliance laws, our fireworks law firm is your one-stop shop for all legal issues pertaining to fireworks. Our goal is to maximize your business’s operations while foreseeing potential safety hazards that may arise and counseling you through the steps necessary for adapting to the constantly changing legislation.

Supporting You Through Your Case

At the start of your business venture, begin counseling with our legal team. We provide you with guidance regarding the administrative laws to which you will have to adhere, making sure effective contracts are drawn up and the proper insurance is obtained for your maximum protection. From real estate laws to product liability concerns, our entire legal team at Brooke & Struble, PC is dedicated to protecting your investment for long-term success.

How We Can Help

With more than thirty years of experience, you can trust that our Muncie based law firm is ready and able to provide you with the tools you need to move forward with your business venture. Fireworks laws are constantly changing and adjusting for new safety concerns and industry developments. Our lawyers remain up-to-date on the latest in firework law, making sure you are ahead of the regulations in order to best avoid citations.