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$30.2 million on a medical malpractice case for failure to deliver a baby past due date with low amniotic fluid resulting in brain damage and cerebral palsy.
$29.6 million verdict on behalf of a Chicago woman who suffered brain damage in the derailment of a Metra train.
$25.9 million verdict on behalf of a lawyer who was severely injured in a horrific taxi crash that involved a speeding cab hurling off an expressway ramp and smashed head-on into a concrete barrier.
$12.6 million verdict (co-counsel) against anesthesiologists and Rush Medical Center when anesthesiologist erred by inserting spinal needle and toxic anesthetic into patient’s spinal cord causing monoplegia and other permanent injuries.
$10.5 million settlement on medical malpractice case on behalf of a postal worker who was paralyzed due to the hospitals failure to diagnose and treat an infection.
$9.5 million verdict on behalf of the family of former Chicago Blackhawk player and coach Keith Magnuson who was killed in a Toronto, Canada car crash.
$8.5 million on medical malpractice case for mismanaged induction of labor resulting in uterine hyperstimulation resulting in brain damage and cerebral palsy.
$7.75 million on medical malpractice case for mismanaged induction of labor resulting in uterine hyperstimulation resulting in brain damage and cerebral palsy.
$7 million on medical malpractice case for a botched abdominal surgery resulting in short gut syndrome.
$6.8 million settlement on behalf of a 69-year-old pedestrian who was struck and injured by a PACE bus as she crossed a street in Oak Park, Illinois.
$6 million settlement on behalf of the family of a 23-year-old women killed when a Metra train derailed. The victim was survived by her mother and adult brother.
$5.4 million on medical malpractice case on behalf of a new born baby who suffered from brain damage from a heart attack due to failure to diagnose common heart defect.
$5 million settlement on behalf of a 44-year-old mother of two against a radiologist who failed to timely diagnose lung lesion resulting in her death.

Chicago Personal Injury & Wrongful Death Attorneys

At Tomasik Kotin Kasserman we are consumed with the privilege of representing those in genuine need of advocacy. The needs of our clients become OUR needs. We are dedicated to bringing justice to those that entrust us with the opportunity to fight for them.

The lawyers at TKK have earned a reputation as courageous advocates committed to effective action that results in justice. As personal injury advocates, we have the investigatory resources needed to support complex litigation. We will build a strong and successful case, act immediately to preserve evidence and thoroughly establish the fault of all responsible parties. In order to ensure you receive full compensation, we strive to fully appreciate, understand and establish the impact the loss has had on your life - physically, emotionally and financially.

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2015 Litigator Awards
Daniel M. Kotin Installed as President of the Chicago Bar Association

 

The law firm of Tomasik Kotin Kasserman, LLC is proud to announce that Partner Daniel M. Kotin was installed as president of the Chicago Bar Association (CBA). At the 143rd Annual Meeting of the CBA, held on June 23, 2016, the gavel was passed from outgoing President Patricia Brown Holmes to Kotin. Read More.

 

Tim Tomasik Recognized as Top Civil Justice Advocate by The Summit Council

 

Attorney Tim Tomasik, partner at Tomasik Kotin Kasserman, has been chosen as a member of The Summit Council. The Council includes today’s top civil justice attorneys committed to high levels of trial advocacy, justice for individuals and families hurt by corporations, and protection of the civil justice system. Read More.

 

“#1 Verdict in Illinois for 2015” – National Law Journal

 

The National Law Journal has recognized the verdict obtained by Tim Tomasik and Pat Giese of Tomasik Kotin Kasserman in the case of Jacobs v. Yellow Cab as the #1 verdict in Illinois for 2015 in its special issue, Big Money Wins. Tim and Pat successfully asserted a claim of apparent agency to hold Yellow Cab responsible for the actions of a driver who caused a wreck that left a passenger seriously injured and brain damaged. The result was a $26 million verdict. The trial also was a special opportunity for Tim to try another case with his mentor and friend, Bob Clifford. In the two years since its inception, TKK has obtained more than $50 million in verdicts and settlements on behalf of its clients. Read More.

 

 

Chicago Lawyers’ “Extraordinary Case” Marks Watershed Moment for College Athletes

Partner Dan Kotin Named by Crain's Chicago Business as a Rising Star

Making Soccer Safer For Our Children

Daniel Kotin installed as the 2016-17 President of the Chicago Bar Association