Miroballi Durkin & Rudin, LLC (MDR) is dedicated to providing their clients personalized, professional service backed by decades of experience. The firm's diverse practice includes aviation law, medical negligence, construction negligence, product liability, transportation litigation, traumatic brain injury, wrongful death, and premise liability. MDR is located at 180 North LaSalle Street, Suite 3650, Chicago, IL 60601. The team of lawyers is expanded by their relationship with Coven Law Group. MDR continues to achieve successful results for their clients and remains active in the legal and charitable communities.
Joseph J. Miroballi has successfully tried to verdict cases in all areas of personal injury law over his 30-year career. His cases against medical institutions in the Chicago area have led to reform in the way medications are dispensed and administered to patients. Mr. Miroballi is a longstanding member of the Illinois Trial Lawyer Association's Medical Negligence Committee and Illinois State Bar Association (ISBA). Mr. Miroballi is a contributor to the Medical Malpractice Journal and a contributing writer to the Illinois State Bar Journal. He also is a lecturer to the ISBA, as well as the physician association and insurance companies.
Albert E. Durkin has more than 35 years of experience as a personal injury litigator. Mr. Durkin has distinguished himself in the area of complex traumatic brain injury and psychological injury resulting from trauma. Mr. Durkin serves on the Illinois State Bar Association's (ISBA) Judicial Evaluation Committee, General Assembly and is a member of the Tort Section Council. He is also a frequent speaker, and he is consistently published in legal journals including being featured in the Leading Lawyers Magazine - Consumer Edition for 2011.
Scott H. Rudin's preparatory work has led to many successful verdicts and settlements in his 20 years of practice. Mr. Rudin serves on the Chicago Bar Association's Judicial Evaluation Committee. He is also committed to children's charities and currently serves on the Board of Trustees for Keshet, the Board of Directors for the Equestrian Connection, and is the Executive Vice President for the Special Kids Network. Mr. Rudin was named the Dinner Honoree for the February 28, 2012 Keshet Dinner Banquet. In his spare time, he was one of the assistant coaches for the Deerfield Warriors travel baseball team.See Original Article from LEADING LAWYERS Magazine