Ken is a zealous advocate who will fight for his clients to ensure the best possible outcome in their case. He is a tireless worker who focuses on a client first approach. He uses his strong communication and negotiation skills to understand the core issues of a case and position his clients in the best situations possible to obtain fair and just compensation. Ken has experience handling a wide array of civil litigation matters, ranging from personal injury to workers compensation, civil rights, and veterans’ disability law.
Ken received his bachelor’s degree in philosophy, with a criminal justice minor from Temple University, and his Juris Doctorate degree from Chicago-Kent College of Law. His legal career began in the Philadelphia Office of the Attorney General, where he focused on protecting consumers from unfair business practices. During law school, Ken was certified as a mediator, and gained valuable experience in trial advocacy. He spent several years working in the fast-paced Chicago legal field, representing victims of serious injuries. Ken’s dedication to his clients is evidenced by his fighting and winning a case before the Illinois Supreme Court to protect the interests of his clients, establishing sweeping new law which positively affects thousands of injured victims across the state of Illinois.