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Armbruster, Dripps, Winterscheidt & Blotevogel, LLC is an Illinois and St. Louis Personal Injury, Railroad Accident, Maritime Injury, Workers’ Compensation, and Wrongful Death law firm representing individual plaintiffs across the United States who suffer serious injuries due to negligence or corporate misconduct
We frequently face off in court against the largest law firms, corporations, and insurance companies in the country. As attorneys with extensive experience in such cases, no suit is too big or complex for us.
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The Illinois State Bar Journal recently relied on ADWB partner Roy Dripps to provide specific legal citations to show why it is improper for defense counsel to contact an opposing party’s family members, instead of that party’s lawyer, to encourage settlement. Although others offered general opinions on the issue, Roy cited to Rule 4.2 of the ethics rules, which prohibits attorneys from directly contacting parties who have their own attorneys, and specifically its comment 4 (“A lawyer may not make a communication prohibited by this Rule through the acts of another”), to show that these attempts are prohibited. Dripps said, “Hopefully the citation puts this issue to rest and prevents improper communications with parties through their family members.”
Illinois, confidential six-figure settlement for invasion of privacy and trespassing
I.W.C.C. $50,000 for knee injury
I.W.C.C. $84,353 for repetitive hand and arm injuries
I.W.C.C. $135,921 for un-operated back injury
I.W.C.C. $142,000 for back injury
I.W.C.C. $150,000 for back and abdominal injury
I.W.C.C. $175,000 for back injury
I.W.C.C. $200,000 for hand injury
I.W.C.C. $225,000 for death of estranged spouse
I.W.C.C. $230,000 for arm injury