Watch & Embed Our Videos!

Posted By Power Rogers & Smith, P.C. || May 11, 2016

Power Rogers & Smith’s videos are now available online at YouTube, Vimeo, and DailyMotion. Watch them, embed them, and share them to spread the news about our firm.

Meet the Firm

Our “Meet the Firm” video is a great introduction to our Chicago law practice. If you start anywhere, start here, and get to know our firm.

Unparalleled Track Record

This video dives deeper into the results we have been able to achieve for our clients – over $3 billion in verdicts and settlements total, which is $500 million more than our closest competitor. We have also been named #1 in settlements for the past six years in Chicago Lawyer magazine.

Medical Malpractice Litigation

One of our primary areas of practice is medical malpractice, where our attorneys represent injured patients against doctors, hospitals and others in the healthcare industry who may be responsible for patient harm. Attorney Joseph A. Power Jr. has never lost a medical malpractice case.

Attorney Joseph A. Power Jr.

Get to know the firm’s founding attorney, Joseph A. Power Jr.

Attorney Larry R. Rogers Sr.

Larry R. Rogers Sr. started as a law clerk at this firm. Now, he is a partner.

Attorney Todd Smith

Todd Smith initially thought he would get his MBA, but when he realized how he could use the law to really help people, he made the switch.

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