Krzak Rundio Law Group Featured in Jury Verdict Reporter’s 2022 Settlements Report
Jury Verdict Reporter has been trusted for over 60 years as a leading source of information about notable verdicts and settlements in the state of Illinois. The annual Settlements Report provides judges and litigators with essential industry knowledge and highlights case settlements of $500,000 or more.
A summary of this year’s Settlements Report was published in the October/November 2022 edition of Chicago Lawyer. In only its fourth year of being in business, Krzak Rundio Law Group was ranked number 14 of all of the firms in Illinois.
The attorneys of our law firm, Michael S. Krzak, Matthew M. Rundio, Terrence P. Naughton, and Thomas G. Gorman, won a total amount of $21,575,000 for our clients in the settlement of 10 cases. The single highest-achieving case won by Krzak Rundio Law Group reached a settlement of $9,200,000.
Our firm has extensive experience in the legal practice areas of auto collisions, plane crashes, and trucking cases among other personal injury practice areas. One of the cases included in the Chicago Lawyer magazine article was a case Krzak Rundio Law Group handled this year involving a client injured in a multi-vehicle collision. This collision rendered our client an incomplete quadriplegic, causing him to suffer tremendous economic and non-economic damages. The settlement award we obtained on his behalf was not only one of the largest settlements in the state but of life-changing benefit to our client’s future.
The results achieved by the attorneys of Krzak Rundio Law Group were made possible only by the hard work, dedication, and uncompromising commitment to excellence embraced by every member of our team. We are proud of the results we have obtained on behalf of clients, especially during a year when many U.S. courts were just starting to come back into session after COVID-19. Most importantly, we know that these settlements and verdicts have the power to transform our clients’ lives after tragedies that never should have occurred.