Rosenblum graduated from the University of Illinois in 1984 with a bachelor's
degree in Economics and Speech Communication. He went on to earn his
law degree with honors from the I.I.T.- Chicago-Kent College of Law
and was admitted to practice at the Illinois and federal court levels
in 1987. Mr. Rosenblum focuses his practice on the areas of medical
malpractice, product liability, professional negligence, wrongful death,
and catastrophic injury.
He is a member of the Illinois State Bar Association, the American Trial
Lawyers Association, and the Illinois Trial Lawyers Association, where
he serves on both the Medical Negligence and the Amicus Curiae committees.
Mr. Rosenblum was honored with the Harte Amicus Volunteer Award by the
Illinois Trial Lawyers Association in 2004, 2011 and 2012.
Mr. Rosenblum is also fluent in American Sign Language and has significant
experience handling injury matters on behalf of members of the deaf
community. In addition to representing his clients, he has been involved
in improving access to legal system through his work with the Midwest
Center for Law and the Deaf and the Chicago Hearing Society and has
been invited speaker on ethics issues in seminars sponsored by the Illinois
Trial Lawyers Association. He has also been involved with coaching soccer
for AYSO house and travel teams and holds a black belt in Tae Kwon Do.
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