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Traditionally, a subpoena requires a witness to appear on a specific date, time, and place, usuallyย at a courthouse or a lawyerโ€™s office which may be inconvenient to the home or workplace of the witness. However, with most, if not all...
Civil Jury Trials have been suspended in the Cook County Law Division since COVID restrictions first were set out last March, and it appears jury trials are not resuming anytime soon. This is creating a backup of cases awaiting trial...
At the end of every year, we here at Mitchell Hoffman & Wolf often reflect on what we have learned and how we can continue to improve our practice to better serve our clients and their loved ones. During our...
As 2020 comes to an end, we at Mitchell Hoffman & Wolf have been reflecting on all that has changed so tremendously in this unusual year. We adopted new technologies and new ways of working, communicating and serving our clients....
Mitchell Hoffman & Wolf partner J. Wesley Mitchell recently obtained a settlement for a client who suffered a back injury requiring surgery.ย  Jay secured $400,000 for a client who suffered the injury when she fell due to an unsafe condition...
Social media has become such a regular part of our lives that many of us donโ€™t think twice before posting about what we ate for dinner, where we went on vacation or what we did for our daily workout. It...
If you suffer an injury while married and file a personal injury claim as a result, any settlement proceeds from that claim will be considered a marital asset. Illinois law says that each spouse is entitled to an equitable share...
Mitchell Hoffman & Wolf attorneys continue to work hard for our clients during the pandemic. This week, we secured a confidential settlement of $375,000 in a case brought against a major area hospital. ย Our client was admitted for routine cardiac...