Two lawyers at the Elman Joseph Law Group, LLC, based in Chicago, have been selected by Thomson Reuters as part of the “Super Lawyers” awards.
Anthony Elman, Lead Trial Attorney of the Elman Joseph Law Group, LLC, has been designated a “Super Lawyer” by Thomson Reuters in 2016, 2017, 2018, and 2019, 2020, and now in 2021. The “Super Lawyers” designation is granted to no more than the Top 5% of attorneys. The selection process is based upon 12 indicators encompassing both professional achievement as well as peer review.
Frederick Joseph III, partner at the firm, has been named to the “Rising Stars” list. This “Rising Stars” designation is part of “Super Lawyers” and is granted to no more than the Top 2.5% of lawyers.
Over the last 25+ years, the personal injury trial lawyers at the Elman Joseph Law Group, LLC have established a reputation for their court trial performance. As seen in many cases this court trial performance has led to many clients receiving greater compensation for their accident injuries. In addition to personal injury cases, the firm also handles wrongful death cases, such as that described in the “Elman Joseph Law Group, LLC Settles Chicago Wrongful Death Lawsuit For $975,000” post.
Other notable court awards and settlements are discussed on the “Illinois Personal Injury Lawsuits Results And Litigation Capabilities” page.
Elman Joseph Law Group, LLC litigates Illinois cases involving personal injury and wrongful death. Intense focus and long-term experience allows the firm to consistently achieve winning verdicts and settlements for its clients.
Among the types of cases handled are those in which people have been injured due to negligence, i.e. through the fault of others. This includes vehicle accident injuries; premises liability (including “slip & fall” accidents); workplace accidents; nursing home neglect and abuse, and other incidents that result in injuries or death.
All of the cases handled by the Elman Joseph Law Group, LLC are handled on a “contingency” basis, meaning that clients are never charged a legal fee unless and until they get money.