Founding Partner Joe Power Featured in Lawdragon

Posted By Power Rogers & Smith, L.L.P. || Oct 17, 2017

Power Rogers & Smith founding partner Joe Power has had numerous experiences throughout his career as one of the premier trial attorneys in the nation. Recently, he sat down with Lawdragon to share some of those stories, including his start in the legal world while attending Loyola University Chicago School of Law.

Attorney Joseph Power

Attorney Joe Power

Lawdragon: With so many trials under your belt, do you still get nervous?

Joseph Power: It is not so much being nervous as tense. Typically, I first experience tension right before I learn who the judge is assigned to the case; second, when I view the entire venire; and third, between the point when the buzzer rings that the jury has a verdict, and the announcement of the verdict. Awaiting the jury’s verdict is always tense because of my deep concern for my client’s welfare. My concern for my client is what drives me through the trial.

Lawdragon has featured Joe in the past, most recently when he was named a ‘Legend’ by the organization. In addition to recognizing the top legal minds in the United States, Lawdragon provides online news, editorial features, and other branding services for attorneys and law firms.

We encourage you to read the full profile here, and, if you were seriously injured through someone’s negligent or wrongful actions, we encourage you to reach out to our Chicago personal injury attorneys at Power Rogers & Smith, L.L.P. With decades of experience and more than $4 billion recovered in verdicts and settlements for our clients, you can rest easier knowing that your case is in dedicated and knowledgeable hands. Call us at (312) 313-0202 to discuss your situation with one of our attorneys over the phone, or request a free case evaluation today by filling out our online form.

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