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Mitchell B. Friedman

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In 1999, Attorney Mitchell B. Friedman committed his life to fighting for the rights and futures of those involved in harmful accidents. Because he is highly skilled in this specific practice area, Mr. Friedman handles a wide range of cases, including those involving workplace injuries, wrongful death claims, premises liability, construction site negligence, product liability, and automobile negligence. Over the years, he has recovered millions of dollars through settlements and verdicts, some of which have been multi-million dollar jury verdicts, on behalf of his clients.

Before joining Morici, Figlioli & Associates, Mr. Friedman worked as an extern for the Honorable Morton Denlow, Magistrate Judge in the Federal District Court for the Northern District of Illinois as well as a law clerk for the Honorable Lester D. Foreman in the Circuit Court of Cook County’s Chancery Division. Additionally, he served as a Certified Mediator for the Center for Conflict Resolution, where he was responsible for mediating disputes in the Circuit Court of Cook County.

Prior to committing his life to legal work, he attended Miami University, located in Oxford, Ohio, where he earned his Bachelor of Arts degree. After completing his undergraduate coursework, he attended ITT/Chicago-Kent College of Law, where he earned his Juris Doctorate.

Currently, Mr. Friedman holds memberships in various associations, including the American Trial Lawyers Association, the American Bar Association, the Chicago Bar Association, and the Illinois State Bar Association.

  • ITT College of Law University Chicago-Kent
  • Miami University Graduate School Oxford, OH

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