has been helping people win personal injury settlements for more than 30 years.
He graduated in the top 10% of his class at DePaul University School of Law and passed the Illinois Bar Exam in 1974.
Roger then served Cook County as a public defender before taking a position as a defense attorney in the insurance industry.
That experience defending insurance companies against civil litigation has been crucial to his
successrepresenting injured parties.
sees an issue from all sides.
Having spent time on both sides of the table, Roger is able to conduct effective pretrial negotiations and outflank opposing counsel in the courtroom.
This unique combination of skills has led him to a long and distinguished career.
has been admitted to practice in the United States Supreme Court
, the Court of State of Illinois, US District Court for the Northern District of Illinois, US district Court of Central District of Illinois, US Court of Appeals
for the 7th Circuit and US Tax Court.
isn't working in the courtroom, he's
busy in and around Chicago.
Roger is active in the community, serving on the Board of Directors for Temple Shalom of Chicago, Civil War Round Table of Chicago, and the Chicago Photography Center.
was recently honored by the Illinois Institute of Continuing Legal Education
firm's participation in various education programs.
If I've learned anything over the past 38 years practicing law it's that clients want to be treated as individuals and have their fears and concerns addressed in timely and respectful way.
Of course they want their case to be taken care of as quickly as possible and they deserve a lawyer who will do that and be available to meet with them, answer their questions and explain their options all the way through. - Roger D. Rudich