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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....
Weโ€™re proud to see Mitchell Hoffman & Wolf partner Ken Hoffman featured in the October 2020 issue of the American Association for Justice Trial Magazine. In response to their โ€œQuestion of the Monthโ€ asking lawyers, โ€œWhat was your most memorable...
As we all continue to socially distance to keep our friends and neighbors safe from COVID-19, the experienced personal injury attorneys at Mitchell Hoffman & Wolf remain focused on continuing to fight on behalf of our clients and their loved...
I chose to pursue a career in personal injury law because I wanted to help people who suffered serious personal injuries and families who lost loved ones due to the carelessness of others โ€” whether from a car accident, medical...
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...
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...
In order to prove a medical malpractice case under Illinois law, the injured party must prove through expert testimony that the health care provider (doctor, nurse, therapist) failed to meet the accepted standard care and that the deviation from that...
It is always a difficult decision to place a loved one into a nursing home or other skilled care facility. Here are a some helpful tips to assist in making the proper choice.   1. ย Check the quality of care...
Mitchell Hoffman andย Wolf Partner, Paul Wolf has reached a confidential settlement with the Chicago Archdiocese in a case involving the failure to properly supervise and remove Father Daniel McCormack when the Archdiocese was aware of Father McCormack’s history of abusing...