Paul P. Wolf


Mr. Wolf focuses his practice on catastrophic injury and wrongful death cases, including automobile and trucking collisions, pedestrian accidents, excessive force by law enforcement, construction negligence, premises liability, and medical malpractice. He has secured multi-million-dollar settlements on behalf of numerous clients, including:

  • $7.85 million in the case of a death of a pedestrian hit by a school bus
  • $5.25 million in the case of a van rollover that killed a mother of two
  • $5 million in the case of a death of a construction worker at a job site
  • $2 million in the case of a wrongful death of a mother who was hit by a CTA bus at a crosswalk under repair
  • $1.9 million in the case of a sexual assault by Archdiocese of Chicago Priest Daniel McCormack

Mr. Wolf has argued before the Appellate Court & Supreme Court of Illinois on behalf of his clients and is a fierce advocate for several communities in need. He works with the Department of Children and Family Services to provide wards of the state with legal representation, has been on the regional board of the Anti-Defamation League, is a member of the Civil Rights Committee, and has been recognized for his work fighting anti-semitism, racism, and other forms of bigotry. He is also involved in the Mentorship program at The John Marshall Law School.

When not fighting for his clients, Paul enjoys weightlifting, boxing, and spending time with his family and children, who love playing basketball and football.


  • Indiana University Bloomington – B.S
  • John Marshall Law School – J.D

Professional Membership

  • Illinois Bar Association
  • Illinois Trial Lawyers Association
  • Anti-Defamation League
  • Civil Rights Committee


  • Listed by Chicago Magazine as a “Super Lawyer” in the area of personal injury litigation every year since 2007
  • Acknowledged as Illinois Leading Lawyer

Email: PWolf@MHW.law

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