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Mitchell Hoffman & Wolf partners J. Wesley Mitchell and Kenneth Hoffman recently secured a $1 million settlement for the victim of a vicious dog attack in DuPage County. In October 2017, a woman suffered severe injuries, including nerve and tendon...
Congratulations to our partner J. Wesley Mitchell on the publication of Proving Fault in Auto Accident Cases. This new book, from the Illinois Institute for Continuing Legal Education, provides comprehensive practice guidance to Illinois attorneys handling collision injury cases. With...
Mitchell, Hoffman & Wolf is proud to announce a $300,000 settlement on behalf of an 85-year-old man who suffered a broken leg when he was dropped by nursing staff while being transferred from a wheelchair to his bed.  It is...
A question we commonly receive here at Mitchell, Hoffman & Wolf, from friends, is: “I was a witness to a car accident, and I received a subpoena in the mail. I have to give a deposition, what I am supposed...
People often ask me what I enjoy about the work I do as personal injury attorneys. As early as our first meeting, it is wonderful to see the relief on a client’s face when they realize they have the support...
At Mitchell Hoffman & Wolf, Your Recovery is Always Our Focus. In order to provide our clients with the best possible representation, we keep a close eye on developments in the areas of, automobile and trucking safety, worksite safety, medical...
MHW is pleased to announce on behalf of our client, the successful resolution of a case stemming from a motor vehicle accident which occurred last summer on Waukegan Road in Lake Forest, Illinois. The defendant driver lost control of his...
Recently, I was honored to help teach three Civics classes at a local high school in a discussion of Supreme Court cases addressing how the 4th Amendment of the US Constitution, which guards against unreasonable search and seizures, applies in...
Criminal cases are brought by the government prosecutor against an individual or corporation for violating the law. The punishment in those cases is generally jail time or a monetary fine. Civil cases are generally brought between two individuals or businesses...
A question we are commonly asked here at Mitchell Hoffman & Wolf by our clients is, “Why do cases take so long?”. And the answer is simply that all cases, whether they are personal injury cases, a breach of contract...