Anthony Elman, the Lead Trial Attorney of the Elman Joseph Law Group, LLC, has been named by Thomson Reuters as a “Super Lawyer.” This designation – which is based upon 12 indicators of performance and peer review – is granted to no more than 5% of attorneys. He has been named a “Super Lawyer” in each of the years 2016-2021.
The Chicago car accident lawyers at the Elman Joseph Law Group, LLC have established a reputation for their court trial performance. This court trial performance has led to many of our clients receiving greater compensation for their accident injuries. Various notable settlements and court trial awards are discussed on the “Illinois Personal Injury Case Results And Litigation Capabilities” page.
Elman Joseph Law Group, LLC concentrates in Personal Injury and Wrongful Death cases involving car accidents as well as accidents involving other types of vehicles (bike, bus, motorcycle, pedestrian, truck, etc.). This intense focus allows us to consistently achieve winning verdicts and settlements for our clients over the last 25+ years.
This depth of experience in the area gives us a long-term perspective and allows us a solid reference as to how much your case may be worth, and what avenues to use to pursue the highest settlement for your case.
We will aggressively fight for your case, and in doing so will make sure you are comfortable and kept up-to-date throughout the entire process. At Elman Joseph Law Group, you will always be dealing with a partner during the case, as opposed to being assigned to other personnel such as a paralegal or assistant. All of our cases are handled by our firm, and are not transferred to other law firms.
We are very interested in providing you a free consultation to hear of your situation and advise you as to how we may be of assistance. Please feel free to call or write us at any time. Tony Elman, Lead Trial Attorney at the Elman Joseph Law Group, can be contacted at:
Phone: Cell phone immediate contact: (773) 392-8182
(Elman Joseph Law Group’s main website is found at ElmanLaw.com)