Attorney Todd Smith Receives Distinguished Award for Excellence

Posted By Power Rogers & Smith, P.C. || Oct 28, 2015

The Illinois Bar Foundation honored Todd Smith with the 2015 Distinguished Award for Excellence at its annual gala fundraiser.

Power Rogers & Smith, L.L.P. would like to congratulate Todd Smith on his recent Distinguished Award for Excellence. The Illinois Bar Foundation honored him with this award at its annual gala fundraiser that took place Friday evening, October 16.

Attorney Todd Smith is a founding partner of Power Rogers & Smith, L.L.P. and a Past President of the Illinois State Bar Association (ISBA). Smith celebrated the award with his wife, Marcia Friedl, and children, Ben Smith and Grace Smith, pictured below.

Todd Smith and Family

Todd Smith is an Illinois native who has won some of the largest jury awards and settlements in the state of Illinois representing victims of serious injury and malpractice throughout his legal career. For his exceptional service in the field of personal injury and medical malpractice law, Smith has also been the recipient of a number of other awards, including the Lifetime Achievement Award from the American Association for Justice and the Senator Paul Wellstone Award, among others.

You can learn more about Attorney Todd Smith or get in touch with him by calling Power Rogers & Smith, L.L.P. at 312-313-0202.

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