Bruce R. Pfaff

Attorney Profile

Top Rated Products Liability Attorney in Chicago, IL

Pfaff, Gill & Ports, Ltd.
 | One East Wacker Drive, Suite 3310
Chicago, IL 60601
Phone: 312-828-9666
Selected to Super Lawyers: 2005 - 2006, 2008 - 2018
Licensed Since: 1984
Practice Areas:
  • Personal Injury - Products: Plaintiff (40%),
  • Personal Injury - Medical Malpractice: Plaintiff (40%),
  • Personal Injury - General: Plaintiff (20%)
Attorney Profile

Since 1979, attorney Bruce R. Pfaff has been helping injured people obtain fair compensation for injuries and other damages caused by the negligence or wrongful conduct of others. After beginning his legal career in San Francisco, he came to Chicago to practice in 1984. Since 1991, Mr. Pfaff has managed his own law firm, now known as Pfaff, Gill & Ports, Ltd., and has focused his talents and resources on handling cases involving severe and fatal injuries.

Bruce holds the rare distinction of having received 6 verdicts that have exceeded $10 million. Those cases involved defective or unreasonably dangerous products or medical malpractice. He has also received 3 other verdicts in excess of $9 million based on trucking negligence, unsafe utility operation and medical malpractice. In addition to his trial record, he has settled hundreds of serious injury and death cases for his clients over his thirty-five years of practice.

Professionally, Bruce Pfaff holds the highest possible ratings an attorney can receive from both Martindale-Hubbell (AV*), and from AVVO.com ("10.0 superb"). He has also been recognized as among the top 10 Illinois lawyers by Leading Lawyers, the top 100 of Illinois Super Lawyers by Chicago Magazine (top 10 for 2011) and by The Best Lawyers in America publication for personal injury and medical negligence law.

*CV, BV and AV are registered certification marks of Reed Elsevier Properties Inc., used in accordance with the Martindale-Hubbell certification procedures, standards and policies. Martindale-Hubbell is the facilitator of a peer review rating process. Ratings reflect the confidential opinions of members of the bar and the judiciary. Martindale-Hubbell Ratings fall into two categories – legal ability and general ethical standards.

 
Practice Areas
Lawyer Practice Area Pie Chart

Personal Injury - Products (40%): Motor Vehicle Defects, Medical Devices, Pharmaceutical, Products Liability

Personal Injury - Medical Malpractice (40%): Medical Malpractice, Birth Injury, Informed Consent

Personal Injury - General (20%): Motor Vehicle Accidents, Personal Injury - Plaintiff, Construction Accident, Brain Injury, Sexual Abuse - Plaintiff, Trucking Accidents

Focus Areas

Motor Vehicle Defects, Medical Devices, Pharmaceutical, Products Liability, Medical Malpractice, Birth Injury, Informed Consent, Motor Vehicle Accidents, Personal Injury - Plaintiff, Construction Accident, Brain Injury, Sexual Abuse - Plaintiff, Trucking Accidents

Selections

Selected to Super Lawyers for 13 yearsbottom-image

Super Lawyers: 2005 - 2006, 2008 - 2018

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About Bruce Pfaff

Admitted: 1984, Illinois

Professional Webpage: http://www.pfaffgill.com/Attorneys/Bruce-R-Pfaff.shtml

Honors and Awards:

  • Bruce was rated 6th by Leading Lawyers in its 2013 listing of Illinois personal injury plaintiffs' lawyers. , Top Ten Personal Injury Plaintiffs' Lawyers, Leading Lawyers , 2013
  • President's Award, Illinois Trial Lawyers' Association, 2000
  • Chosen one of the Top 5% of Illinois lawyers in the fields of Medical Malpractice and Personal Injury Law, Leading Lawyers Network Advisory Board
  • Elected as one of the Top 100 trial lawyers by the American Association for Justice
  • "10.0 Superb" rating by www.avvo.com, highest possible rating
  • Top 100 leading Consumer Lawyers, Leading Lawyers Network
  • "AV Preeminent" rating by Martindale Hubbell, highest possible Peer Review rating for Legal Ability and Ethical Standards
  • Elected as one of The Best Lawyers in America for Personal Injury, Products Liability and Medical Malpractice Law
  • Finalist - 1998 Trial Lawyer of the Year Award, Trial Lawyers for Public Justice (TLPJ)
  • Medico-Legal Relations Committee, Chicago Bar Association (CBA), 1985 to 1989
  • Top 10, Illinois Super Lawyers award, Chicago magazine, 2011

Bar/Professional Activity:

  • Elected to International Academy of Trial Lawyers.  , 2013
  • Invited Member, The American Trial Lawyers' Association, 2008
  • Elected Fellow, International Society of Barristers, 2008
  • Elected to the American Board of Trial Advocates (ABOTA), 1997
  • Special Committee on Proposed Revisions to Illinois Supreme Court Rules, Chicago Bar Association (CBA), 1995
  • State Captain, ATLA Exchange, American Association for Justice (AAJ), 1992
  • Chair, Illinois Trial Lawyers Association (ITLA), 1989
  • Elected Fellow, International Academy of Trial Lawyers
  • Leading Lawyers Network Advisory Board
  • Sustaining Member, Trial Lawyers for Public Justice (TLPJ)
  • Illinois Supreme Court Committee on Jury, Instructions in Civil Cases, 1999 to present
  • Illinois State Bar Association (ISBA), Amicus Curiae Committee, 2003-present
  • Vice Chair, Illinois State Bar Association (ISBA), 2003-Present
  • Legislation Committee, Illinois State Bar Association (ISBA), 2002 - Present
  • Illinois State Bar Association (ISBA), Tort Law Section Council, 1999- 2002
  • Children's SSI Project Volunteer, Illinois State Bar Association (ISBA), 1997-1999
  • Amicus Curiae Committee, American Association for Justice (AAJ), 1997-present
  • Chair, Chicago Bar Association (CBA), 1987-1988
  • Chair, Chicago Bar Association (CBA), 1992-1993
  • Tort Litigation Committee, Chicago Bar Association (CBA), 1989 to present
  • Subcommittee re: Lawyers Referral Service, Chicago Bar Association (CBA), 1991 to present
  • Ad Hoc Supreme Court Appeal Committee, Illinois Trial Lawyers Association (ITLA), 2005-Present
  • Ad Hoc Supreme Court Appeal Committee, Illinois Trial Lawyers Association (ITLA), 1995 to 1998
  • Medical Malpractice Committee, Illinois Trial Lawyers Association (ITLA), 1986 - Present
  • Board of Managers, Illinois Trial Lawyers Association (ITLA), 1993 - 1995
  • Chair, Illinois Trial Lawyers Association (ITLA), 1994-present
  • Amicus Curiae Committee, Illinois Trial Lawyers Association (ITLA), 1989 - Present
  • Senior Life Fellow, ABOTA Foundation
  • American Board of Trial Advocates (ABOTA), President Illinois Chapter, 1999-2000
  • Chair, Amicus Curiae Committee, American Board of Trial Advocates (ABOTA),  1999-2007
  • Editorial Board, American Board of Trial Advocates (ABOTA), 2003 - Present
  • National Board of Directors, American Board of Trial Advocates (ABOTA), 2001-2007
  • Vice Chair, Legislation Committee, Illinois State Bar Association
  • U.S. District Court - various Districts
  • U.S. Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit
  • U.S. Supreme Court
  • State Bar of Illinois
  • Member, ABOTA's National Board of Directors, 2001-2007
  • President, Illinois Chapter of ABOTA, 1999-2000
  • Illinois Trial Lawyers' Association, chair Amicus Curiae Committee. In this capacity, I prepare and organize friend of the court briefs filed in appellate courts throughout the state on issues of substance for injured people.
  • IPI Civil jury instruction committee, appointed by Illinois Supreme Court.

Pro bono/Community Service:

  • Board of Trustees, LaRabida Children’s Hospital, Chicago, 2005
  • Equestrian Committee, Village of Barrington Hills
  • Equestrian Commission, Village of Barrington Hills
  • Executive Committee, LaRabida Children’s Hospital, Chicago
  • Daniel Murphy Scholarship Foundation
  • Western Golf Association
  • Evans Scholars
  • Public Citizen
  • Public Justice
  • Greater Chicago Food Depository
  • Chicago Coalition for the Homeless
  • Erin's Handicapped Children's Fund
  • Misericordia

Scholarly Lectures and Writings:

  • Representing the Plaintiff: Soft Tissue Injuries and Closed-Head Trauma, Legal-Medical Seminars, Inc., 1987
  • Crash Cases: A Hands-On Guide to Vehicle Collision Litigation, American Bar Association, 1988
  • Product Liability, Illinois Institute of Continuing Legal Education, 1988
  • Preparation and Trial of a Medical Negligence Case, Chicago Bar Association, Co-Moderator, 1988
  • Jury Instructions in a Product Liability Case: A Plaintiff's Perspective, Illinois Institute of Continuing Legal Education, 1988
  • Consumer Fraud and Deceptive Practices Act, Illinois Trial Lawyers Annual Convention, 1988
  • Product Liability Practice: How to Obtain the Successful Result, Chicago Bar Association, 1988
  • Investigation, Pleading and Discovery in Strict Product Liability Cases, Chicago Bar Association, Author and Speaker (reprinted in CBA Record, March 1989), 1988
  • Preparation and Trial of Medical Negligence Cases, Medico-Legal Relations Committee of Chicago Bar Association, Moderator and Seminar Chair, 1989
  • Plaintiff's Perspective on Medical Malpractice, Institute for Health Law, Loyola University of Chicago School of Law, 1989
  • Malpractice Protection, Academy of Ambulatory Foot Surgery, 1989
  • Successful Settlement Negotiations: Plaintiff's Attorney's Perspective, MMI Companies, Inc., Focused Training Workshop on Advanced Claims Management, 1989
  • Proving Present Cash Value of Future Economic Damages, Illinois Institute of Continuing Legal Education, 1989
  • Plaintiff's Perspective on Medical Malpractice Cases, Illinois Founders Trust Annual Meeting, 1989
  • Negotiating and Settling Personal Injury Cases, Illinois Institute of Continuing Legal Education, Settlement Conference Demonstration, 1990
  • Explosion Cases: Preparation and Trial, Chicago Bar Association, 1990
  • Developing the Damage Case for the Plaintiff, American Law Institute-American Bar Association, Kansas City, MO, 1990
  • High Risk Cases in Emergency Medicine, American College of Emergency Physicians, Mock Trial, Trial Attorney, Participant, 1990  
  • The Role of the Lawyer in Medical Advances: Protector or Obstructer, Conference, Chicago Neurosurgery Center, Keynote Address, 1990
  • Trial Considerations of a Plaintiff's Lawyer in Premises Liability Cases, Chicago Bar Association, 1991
  • High Risk Cases in Emergency Medicine, American College of Emergency Physicians, Mock Trial, Trial Attorney Participant, 1991
  • Plaintiff's Perspective on the Kotecki Decision: Contribution Against Employers, Illinois Trial Lawyers Association Chicago, September 1991
  • Direct Exam of the Injured Plaintiff: Intersection Collision - Disc Injury, Illinois Trial Lawyers Association Chicago, October 1991
  • Trial Considerations of the Plaintiff's Lawyer in Premises Liability Cases, Chicago Bar Association, Chicago, February 1992
  • Direct Examination of Plaintiff's Expert at Trial, Illinois Trial Lawyer's Association, Chicago, February 1992
  • Recent Trends in Product Liability Law, Chicago Bar Association Chicago, March 1992
  • Human Factors & Reconstruction, Illinois Trial Lawyer's Association, Annual Meeting, June 1992
  • Closing Argument: Lead Exposure Mock Trial, Lead Poisoning Seminar, June 1992, sponsored by Oppenheimer, Wolff & Donnelly, June 1992
  • Legal Malpractice - Update & Review, Illinois Trial Lawyer's Association, Chicago September 1992
  • Legal Issues Associated with Traumatic Brain Injury, McHenry County Mental Health Board, in cooperation with the Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago, November 1992
  • Mock Deposition: Litigation Hits Home, Legal Aspects of Nursing Practice, presented by American Healthcare Institute, November 1992
  • Cross Examination of Defendant's Medical Expert, Chicago Bar Association, March 1993
  • Opening Statements, Mock Trial, American Board of Trial Advocates, Chicago, March 1993
  • Medical Evidence, Chicago Bar Association, April 1993
  • The Masters in Trial - Mock Trial, Chair, American Board of Trial Advocates, March 1994
  • The Trial of Medical Negligence Cases, Chicago Bar Association, June 1994
  • Product Liability Trials: Plaintiff's Perspective, Chicago Bar Association, February 1995
  • Effective Depositions, Chicago Bar Association, May 1995
  • Expert Witnesses and Medical Malpractice Cases, Illinois Trial Lawyers Association, May 1995
  • Obstetrical Nursing Negligence, Illinois Hospital Association, May 1995
  • Civil Discovery Rule Changes, Chicago Bar Association, September, 1995 and November 1995
  • Rule 215 Medical Examinations, Illinois State Bar Association, November 1995
  • Legal Malpractice - Update & Review, Illinois Trial Lawyer's Association, Chicago September 1992
  • Legal Issues Associated with Traumatic Brain Injury, McHenry County Mental Health Board, in cooperation with the Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago, November 1992
  • Mock Deposition: Litigation Hits Home, Legal Aspects of Nursing Practice, presented by American Healthcare Institute, November 1992
  • Cross Examination of Defendant's Medical Expert, Chicago Bar Association, March 1993
  • Opening Statements, Mock Trial, American Board of Trial Advocates, Chicago, March 1993
  • Medical Evidence, Chicago Bar Association, April 1993
  • The Masters in Trial - Mock Trial, Chair, American Board of Trial Advocates, March 1994
  • The Trial of Medical Negligence Cases, Chicago Bar Association, June 1994
  • Product Liability Trials: Plaintiff's Perspective, Chicago Bar Association, February 1995
  • Effective Depositions, Chicago Bar Association, May 1995
  • Expert Witnesses and Medical Malpractice Cases, Illinois Trial Lawyers Association, May 1995
  • Obstetrical Nursing Negligence, Illinois Hospital Association, May 1995
  • Civil Discovery Rule Changes, Chicago Bar Association, September, 1995 and November 1995
  • Rule 215 Medical Examinations, Illinois State Bar Association, November 1995
  • Pre-Suit Investigation of Medical Malpractice Cases, Illinois Trial Lawyers Association, December 1995
  • Product Liability Litigation, Illinois Trial Lawyer's Association, January 1996
  • Jury Selection, Chicago Bar Association's Summer Boot Camp for Aspiring Litigators, August 1996
  • Winning the Battle of the Experts at Trial, Chicago Bar Association, November 1996
  • Client Relations 101, Illinois State Bar Association's Bridging the Gap Program, December 1996
  • Jury Selection in a Civil Case, Chicago Bar Association, September 1997
  • Motions in Limine and Motions for Mistrial, Illinois Trial Lawyers' Association, October 1997
  • Trial of a Premises Liability Case under House Bill 20, Northwest Suburban Bar Association, November 1997
  • Recent Developments in Medical Negligence Law, Chicago Bar Association, Medico-Legal Relations Committee, December 1997
  • Presenting the Plaintiff as a Witness in a Medical Negligence Case, Illinois Trial Lawyers’ Association, December 1997
  • Client Relations 101, Illinois State Bar Association's Bridging the Gap Program, December 1997
  • Relations Between Lawyers and Treating Doctors, Chicago Bar Association, Tort Litigation Committee, November 1998
  • Client Relations 101, Illinois State Bar Association's Bridging the Gap Program, December 1998
  • Testimony re Proposed Changes to the F.R.C.P. before Committee on Rules of Practice and Procedure of the Judicial Conference of the United States, January 1999
  • Pre-Suit Investigation- Ethical-Considerations, Illinois Trial Lawyers' Association's annual Product Liability Seminar, February 1999
  • Starting Your Own Law Practice, Chicago Bar Association, June 1999
  • The Last 90 Days before Trial, Chicago Bar Association, December 2000
  • Res Ipsa Loquitor, presented to Illinois Trial Lawyers' Association's Medical Malpractice seminar, December 2000
  • Res Ipsa Loquitor chapter in ITLA's Medical Malpractice Notebook, published December 2000
  • "Texts Should Have Vital Role in Litigation," Chicago Daily Law Bulletin, October 19, 2001
  • Masters in Trial presenter, ABOTA, Detroit, November 2001
  • "Automobile Products Liability" in Winning Techniques from Voir Dire to Closing, ITLA, February 2002
  • "Automotive Seat Design Liability: Discussion of Carrillo v. Ford Motor Co.," Attorney’s Information Exchange Group program, Washington D.C., April 2002
  • "Common Defenses in Cerebral Palsy Cases," Association of Trial Lawyers of America, Atlanta, February 2003
  • "Too Complex for a Jury?" Voir Dire, Spring 2003
  • Trial presenter of Plaintiff’s Opening Statement at Advocacy Showcase, Illinois Trial Lawyers’ Association, May 2003
  • Masters in Trial presenter, ABOTA, New Orleans, December 2003
  • "Jury Trials in Complex Cases Survive Iowa Fight," Voir Dire, Spring 2004
  • "The Wall of Shame," presented at Bryce Downey, Chicago, August 2004
  • "Medical Malpractice-Have They No Shame," Illinois Trial Lawyers’ Ass’n, September 2004
  • "Medical Negligence," ITLA’s Annual Update and Review Seminar, Chicago, October, 2004
  • "Enforcing Darling Liabilities," Illinois Trial Lawyers’ Journal, Winter 2005
  • "Preserving the Jury Trial," Defense Research Institute, October 2005
  • Masters in Trial presenter, American Board of Trial Advocates, Seattle, November 2005
  • "Investigating and Proving Crashworthiness Cases," Association of Trial Lawyers of America, Midwinter Convention, February 2006
  • "Products Liability: Update and Review," Illinois Trial Lawyers’ Association, October 2006
  • Masters in Trial presenter, American Board of Trial Advocate, Dallas, Texas, October 2007
  • "Crashworthiness Cases, Illinois Institute for Continuing Legal Education, Chicago, November 2007
  • Update for Medical Negligence Notebook, "Res Ipsa Loquitor," for the Illinois Trial Lawyers’ Association, November 2007
  • "Direct Examination" and "Closing Argument" presentations at Chicago Bar Association program "Creative Insights for the Tort Trial Lawyer," March 2009
  • "Settlement Approaches," Zurich Insurance Company presentation, January 2008
  • "The Right to Submit Questions to Witnesses," CBA Record, May 2009.
  • "Consumer Expectations and Risk-Utility in Products Liability," American Association for Justice Annual Convention, July 2009
  • "Multi Party Cases: Who Belongs on the Verdict Form?" accepted for publication in ITLA Journal, Winter 2011
  • "Product Liability Update and Review," Illinois Trial Lawyers’ Ass’n, October 2010
  • "Use of Literature," Illinois Trial Lawyers’ Association, January 2007
  • "Opening Statements," Chicago Bar Association, February 2007
  • "Product Liability: Evidence and Jury Instructions," Illinois Trial Lawyers’ Association, February 2007
  • "Automotive Seat Design Liability," Attorney's Information Exchange Group program, Chicago, April 2007
  • Masters in Trial presenter, American Board of Trial Advocates, Oxford, Ms., April 2007
  • Masters in Trial presenter, American Board of Trial Advocate, Dallas, Texas, October 2007
  • "Crashworthiness Cases," Illinois Institute for Continuing Legal Education, Chicago, November 2007
  • Creative Insights for the Tort Trial Lawyer, March 2009
  • "Direct Examination" and "Closing Argument" presented at the Chicago Bar Association’s program

Verdicts and Settlements:

  • J.G. v. Advocate Christ Medical Center and Fresenius Medical Care: Verdict of more than $12,000,000 for the estate of a gentleman who died due to a rare blood disease, TTP, that was untreated at Christ Hospital largely because a plasmapheresis nurse decided that she did not need to travel immediately to him despite being called to provide "emergency plasmapheresis.", 2013
  • D.S. v. MiTek Industries, Inc. - $13,544,171 jury verdict for a 22 year-old worker who suffered a leg amputation using a roof truss press designed by MiTek. The case was tried in a county where there had never been a million dollar verdict before. The jury awarded every penny requested.
  • R.H. v. Central Telephone Company of Illinois – $9,623,000 jury verdict for a 48 year-old roofing contractor who suffered an incomplete spinal cord injury and thermal injury to his skull as a result of contacting a bare 7200 volt electrical wire suspended above a roof where he was working.  The jury awarded $16,000,000, but reduced the award by 40% contributory negligence, resulting in a total judgment of $9,623,000. The case was subsequently settled for $10.2 million, which included interest on the judgment and $500,000 awarded to his wife for loss of consortium. 
  • D.S. v. Chicago & Northwestern Transportation Company - Tried case and handled appeal with Philip H. Corboy on behalf of a young man who suffered a closed head injury when the front wheel of his bicycle came off the fork as he was traversing the Central Avenue Crossing in Highland Park. The verdict of $8,235,000 was affirmed both by the Illinois Appellate Court and the Illinois Supreme Court (1985-1989).
  • A.O. v. Edgewater Medical Center - $9,346,663 jury verdict for the estate of a 42 year-old man who died because of an unnecessary cardiac catheterization performed negligently. The jury’s award included $8,350,000 for loss of society.
  • J.G. v. TTI, Inc. - $9,362,580 jury verdict for the estate of a 48 year-old man who was killed when a truck’s trailer backed into him, pinching his legs and causing fatal hemorrhages. The jury’s verdict included $8,800,000 in non-economic losses.
  • D.B. v. Advocate Medical Group S.C. - $10,500,000 jury verdict for a 72 year-old woman who suffered an above knee amputation of her leg due to a failure of the emergency room doctor to diagnose bacterial cellulitis. The jury award included $10,000,000 for non-economic losses.
  • K.B. v. Kim - $30,000,000 jury verdict for a six year-old girl who suffered cerebral palsy due to a delayed emergency cesarean section delivery.
  • L.C. v. Ford Motor Co. - $14,500,000 jury verdict for a woman paralyzed below the chest and her husband due to the unsafe design of the driver's seat of a 1991 Ford Explorer, which broke when she was rear ended in Hammond, Ind. This is the highest verdict for paraplegia in the State of Illinois, according to the Jury Verdict Reporter. The 1st District Appellate Court affirmed the judgment, and the full amount of the judgment and interest was paid.
  • J. M. v. Ford Motor Co. - $27,000,000 jury verdict for the estate of a 46 year-old man who died because the driver’s seat of his vehicle failed in a rear impact, causing him to suffer fatal head injuries. The jury's award included $25,000,000 for loss of society suffered by his wife and two children, an Illinois record. This verdict was named one of the Top 100 Verdicts in America in 2005 by Verdict Search, a national publication. The case was ultimately settled.

Representative Clients:

  • Jablonski v. Ford Motors
  • LeBron v. Gottleib
  • Studt v. Sherman Hosp.
  • Mount v. HCA Corp.
  • Ready v. United/Gorecki
  • Calles v. Scripto-Tokai
  • Blue v. Environmental
  • York v. Rush
  • Melena v. Anheuser-Busch
  • Mele v. Howmedica Inc.
  • Clayton v. County of Cook
  • Rieff v. Evans
  • Hagen v. LeDuc
  • People v. Philip Morris et al.
  • Hills v. Bridgeview et al.
  • Lafever v. Kemlite Company
  • Movitz v. First Nat’l Bank
  • People v. City of Chicago
  • Beavers v. Consolidated
  • Herzog v. Lexington T’ship
  • Gill v. Foster
  • Dominguez v. St. Johns
  • Roach v. Springfield Clinic
  • Thompson v. County of Cook
  • Jones v. O'Young
  • Boatman's v. Martin
  • Kotecki v. Cyclops
  • Wakeford v. Rodehouse
  • Schultz v. Gotlund
  • Schaffner v. C & NW Transp. Co, 129 Ill.2d 1 (1989)
  • DeYoung v. Alpha Construction Co., 186 Ill.App.3d 758 (1989)
  • Gracia v. Volvo N.V., 112 F.3d 291 (7th Cir. 1997), cert. den. 522 U.S. 1050 (1998)
  • Burger v. Lutheran General Hospital, 198 Ill.2d 21 (2001)
  • In re U.S., 398 F. 3d. 615 (7th Cir. 2005)
  • Gann v. TTI, Inc., 491 F.Supp.2d 771 (2007); 508 F.Supp.2d 654 (2007) and 522 F.Supp.2d 1021 (2007)
  • Schaffner v. Chicago & North Western Transp. Co., 129 Ill.2d 1 (1989)
  • DeYoung v. Alpha Const. Co., 186 Ill.App.3d 758 (1st Dist. 1989)
  • Carrillo v. Ford Motor Co., 325 Ill.App.3d 955 (1st Dist. 2001)
  • Bryant v. LaGrange Memorial Hosp., 345 Ill.App.3d 565 (1st Dist. 2003)
  • Rennert v. Great Dane Ltd. Partnership, 543 F.3d 914 (7th Cir. 2008)
  • Mikolajczyk v. Ford Motor Company, 231 Ill.2d 516 (2008)
  • Mikolajczyk v. Ford Motor Company, 374 Ill.App.3d 646 (1st Dist. 2007)

Other Outstanding Achievements:

  • Husband, father, grandfather, golfer

Educational Background:

  • Dartmouth College, A.B. degree, History major, 1976

Industry Groups

  • Fellow
  • International Academy Of Trial Lawyers; Fellow
  • International Society Of Barristers; American Board Of Trial Advocates; Illinois State Bar Associati
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One East Wacker Drive
Suite 3310
Chicago, IL 60601

Phone: 312-828-9666

 

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