Kopka, Pinkus, Dolin & Eads is a regional law firm dedicated to the defense of litigated matters on behalf of corporations and insurance companies. Exceeding our clients’ expectations is at the core of the firm’s practices in bankruptcy, commercial litigation, fraud/SIU, governmental entities litigation, insurance defense, product liability, professional liability, restaurant & retail, toxic tort & environmental liability, trucking & railroad and workers’ compensation.
With seven offices throughout Illinois, Indiana and Michigan, we maintain strong local roots unique to each state, but we all share the same philosophy of delivering excellent service and superior responsiveness to our clients. The centralized structure of our multi-state partnership combines the advantages of extensive resources, expertise and technology along with our focus on providing personalized "concierge" service to each of our clients. Our philosophy is to identify what our client is expecting and then strive to exceed those expectations. Our success stems from our integrity in placing our clients’ interests above those of the law firm.
4/30/13: Here is a look at the new 2013 Indiana Worker's Compensation Legislation. click here
4/30/13: Crown Point Partner Tricia Bellich is speaking on, "Using Social Media From Your Desktop to Efficiently Investigate A Claim", at the upcoming Division of Worker's Compensation Conference June 10-11, 2013. More information to follow. Tricia also recently spoke at the IWCI NW Seminar on April 18-19 in Merrillville, Indiana, on "Claims Management Tips in 60 Minutes".
4/10/13: KPDE Connection: First Quarter 2013 Firm News click here
4/8/13: The Firm welcomes Associate Kevin M. Mulvaney to our Farmington Hills, Michigan office. To view Kevin's bio, click here.
4/5/13: Chicago Partner Joel Groenewold represented a grocery chain in a “slip and fall” incident where plaintiff alleges that she slipped on the floor of the coffee aisle. Photographs show that the coffee trail ran almost the entire length of the aisle. The plaintiff received less than one tenth of the demand and significantly less than the specials.
3/6/13: Congratulations to Chicago Partner Andy Ellbogen on a trial victory yesterday for State Farm in Illinois. The verdict was more than $70,000 less than the settlement demand and less than the medical specials.