Power Rogers & Smith Tops the Chicago Lawyer Settlements Report for 8th Year in a Row

Posted By Power Rogers & Smith, L.L.P. || Oct 10, 2017

Success RecordPower Rogers & Smith thanks its clients and referring attorneys for helping them secure the top spot on the Chicago Lawyer Settlements Report for an unprecedented eighth year in a row. The firm secured 29 settlements for its clients, totaling more than $163 million over the past year, more than double the second-place firm on the list.

“I think we’re first and foremost trial lawyers, at least that’s how I view myself,” said founding partner Joseph A. Power Jr. in an interview with Chicago Lawyer. “Everyone knows we’re very happy and willing to try a case in the event they’re not willing to negotiate a reasonable sum of money.”

Read our press release to learn more about this honor. If you are looking to hire an experienced Chicago personal injury lawyer, our team here at Power Rogers & Smith is ready to provide you with the legal support you need. We have secured more than $4 billion in verdicts and settlements since we first opened our doors, and we will keep fighting for the rights of injured victims for as long as our services are needed. Call us at (312) 313-0202 to discuss your situation with one of our lawyers, or send us your information to start out with a free case evaluation today.

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