Raymond M. Rudnick
Admissions & Qualifications:
2000 U.S. District Court, Northern District of Illinois
2000 Illinois Supreme Court
2000 J.D., The John Marshall Law School
1995 B.S., Western Illinois University
General litigation; focusing primarily on personal injury (for both plaintiffs and defendants), commercial, criminal law, family law, worker’s compensation, and real estate transactions.
I have participated in numerous trials, mediations, arbitrations, pre-trial conferences, and two appellate court arguments. I have handled matters in Cook, Lake, DuPage, Kane, Will, Boone, DeKalb, Kendall, Winnebago, and McHenry Counties as well as the U.S. District Court, Northern District of Illinois.
Representative Recent Matters:
Kitchen Discounters of America, Inc. v. Hook. An arbitration hearing before the American Arbitration Association. Represented homeowners in Mechanic’s lien and breach of contact claim.
Holbrook v. Wexler. Motor vehicle accident. Successfully obtained the insurance policy limits for client.
Sabella v. Verwolf. Motor vehicle accident. Successfully obtained the insurance policy limits for client.
Herweg & Bruce v. State Farm Insurance Company. An underinsured arbitration involving injuries received in a motor vehicle accident before Alternative Dispute Resolutions. Received awards for both clients.
Vassiliades v. Mason. Represented landlords successfully at trial to evict and obtain judgment against tenant.
C&K v. Learning Enhancement Corporation. Represented client successfully at trial for breach of contract claim resulting in a judgment for all damages sought.
Nottke v Gore. Represented landlord successfully at trial to obtain judgment against former tenant.
GS Construction Enterprises, Inc. v. Murray, et al. Represented property owners in Mechanic’s lien and breach of contact claim at trial.
Universal Underwriters Insurance Company v. Judge & James, LTD., et al.,372 Ill.App.3d 372, 865 NE2d 531 (1st Dist. 2007). This case involved an attorney being accused of legal malpractice for failure to appeal void orders. We were successful in obtaining summary judgment.
Wilfong v. L.J. Dodd Construction, et al., 401 Ill.App.3d 1044, 930 NE2d 511 (2nd Dist. 2010). This case involved an iron worker injured on a job site. It was the first case in Illinois dealing with whether speaking on a cellular telephone could be covered under the Distraction Exception under the Open and Obvious Doctrine.
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