About Compton Law Group - Chicago IL Law Firm

One thing to consider when choosing a trial lawyer is whether or not that lawyer will actually take your case before a judge or a jury. Insurance companies and corporate defendants know which attorneys are unafraid to take your case to trial. This can make a substantial difference in the value of your claim.

Daniel Compton has tried jury cases lasting as long as six weeks, and has been practicing before jurors in Illinois since 1986. Mr. Compton has presented cases involving construction accidents, product liability, auto accidents, farming accidents and medical negligence to juries at both the federal and state levels in Illinois and Wisconsin. His broad range of experience prior to becoming an attorney (from painter to union steel worker) helps him to identify with jurors and obtain the maximum result for his clients.

Pat Flanagan, retired lieutenant colonel in the U.S. Army, has concentrated his practice in trial work since 1999. Whether presenting his case to a judge or a jury, Mr. Flanagan can draw upon his extensive experience as a soldier, a professor of constitutional law at Governors State University and a litigator in the representation of his clients.

Karl Bayer has chosen well over 100 juries in his career. Mr. Bayer is an expert at weeding out those potential jurors who will not identify with his client or his arguments. He has successfully tried cases ranging from auto accidents to product liability to construction litigation.

Make sure that you choose an attorney with extensive trial experience. All told, the attorneys at Compton Law Group have completed to verdict hundreds of jury trials.

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