At Schwartz Injury Law, we have an experienced team dedicated to representing victims of nursing home abuse and neglect.
Our attorneys have in-depth knowledge of this area of the law, and we have the skills, dedication, and resources to prevail against even the most well-funded adversaries. Aging demographics, inadequate staffing, and a trend toward industry consolidation have created a culture of substandard care in Illinois nursing facilities.
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Chicago IL 60601
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Caitlin K. Finnegan joined Kralovec, Jambois & Schwartz in November 2013 shortly after being admitted to the Illinois Bar.
Caitlin concentrates her practice in the areas of medical malpractice, wrongful death, nursing home negligence, and personal injury. As an attorney with Kralovec, Jambois & Schwartz, Caitlin has obtained numerous settlements on behalf of her clients, including, $775,000 for the family of a woman whose surgical site became infected due to improper wound care at the nursing home; $690,000 for the family of an 85-year old who fell in a nursing home and suffered a traumatic brain injury; and $550,000 for the family of a woman who was improperly administered insulin and became unresponsive. In her time at Kralovec, Jambois & Schwartz, Caitlin has obtained over $25,000,000 in settlements for her clients. As a result of Caitlin's success, she has been named an Emerging Lawyer by the Law Bulletin's Leading Lawyer's Division, a distinction earned by fewer than 2% of all lawyers licensed to practice law in Illinois.
Chicago-Kent College of Law
Eva E. Golabek joined Kralovec Jambois & Schwartz as an associate in 2011 to handle matters involving medical and nursing home negligence and personal injury across the state of Illinois. She has dedicated her practice to serving those who have suffered significant injuries and the families who have lost a loved one, due to negligent care and treatment by medical providers. Her commitments to her clients, diligence and drive have led to notable results on their behalf.
The John Marshall Law School, Chicago, IL
Jacqueline Brody Kanter joined Kralovec, Jambois & Schwartz in 2010. She concentrates her practice in the areas of nursing home negligence, wrongful death, medical malpractice, and personal injury.
Jacqueline graduated with her Juris Doctorate from Chicago-Kent College of Law. During law school, Jacqueline law clerked at another private firm, where she worked on nursing home negligence, wrongful death, medical malpractice, and personal injury cases. After obtaining her 7-11 license, Jacqueline interned at the Lake County State's Attorney's Office.
Chicago-Kent College of Law
Paul D. Richter is an experienced trial attorney who has spent over 20 years in the practice of personal injury and wrongful death litigation. His career has been dedicated to representing individuals who have suffered serious, life-altering personal injuries caused by the negligence of others, and seeking justice for the families of those victims who have lost their lives due to negligence. Paul has successfully resolved multiple personal injury and wrongful death lawsuits in a host of complex cases, including cases of nursing home abuse and neglect; medical malpractice; commercial and private aviation crashes; accidents involving semi tractor-trailer trucks, watercraft, and other motor vehicles; construction accidents, and negligently manufactured and/or designed products. Throughout his career, Paul's commitment to fighting for and protecting the rights of his clients has resulted in numerous multi-million dollar results.
DePaul University School of Law
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