Loyola University Chicago School of Law, J.D., 2014
University of Pittsburgh, B.A., 2011
Simply knowing the law is not enough for Jack; his strength as a litigator is in his curiosity about the underlying subject matter of a case. Jack gives himself an in-depth working knowledge of the subject matter with every case, even if that means reading medical text books or researching expert databases to give himself the edge when preparing evidence for trial. The precise pathology of a neurological injury or the physics involved in a collision allows him to better evaluate a case from a factual standpoint.
As a member of the firm’s Construction Practice Group, Jack partners with clients to resolve breach of contract issues, risk mitigation, indemnity disputes, and insurance liability matters. He focuses his practice on tort and insurance litigation, property loss and personal injury.
As a Workers’ Compensation attorney, Jack has handled several hundred cases through resolution via trial, favorable settlements, and on appeal. Jack also has experience practicing in the area of Workers Compensation subrogation, intervening in third-party litigation on behalf of the Workers’ Compensation insurers to recover payments made to the injured worker.
Jack is an aggressive litigator with a mind towards dispute resolution. If a claim has obvious merit he believes it should be resolved as quickly and as efficiently as possible, but when there are factual or legal disputes his clients appreciate his vigorous and aggressive approach to litigation.
Memberships & Involvement
- Member: Chicago Bar Association
- The CLM Magazine, May 21, 2020
Presentations & Events
- SmithAmundsen, Webcast, December 17, 2020