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Chicago Personal Injury & Wrongful Death Attorneys

At Tomasik Kotin Kasserman we are consumed with the privilege of representing those in genuine need of advocacy. The needs of our clients become OUR needs. We are dedicated to bringing justice to those that entrust us with the opportunity to fight for them.

The lawyers at TKK have earned a reputation as courageous advocates committed to effective action that results in justice. As personal injury advocates, we have the investigatory resources needed to support complex litigation. We will build a strong and successful case, act immediately to preserve evidence and thoroughly establish the fault of all responsible parties. In order to ensure you receive full compensation, we strive to fully appreciate, understand and establish the impact the loss has had on your life - physically, emotionally and financially.

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Passionate Advocates for Victims' Rights, Tomasik Kotin Kasserman

 

The attorneys at TKK have been featured in the Forbes Magazine "Leaders in Law" section for our passion of representing clients who have been wronged in plaintiff personal injury cases. Read More.

 

Shuttle Bus Accident at O’Hare Airport Brings Attention to Passenger Safety, Shares Concerned Chicago Injury Attorneys

 

A shuttle bus carrying passengers from Economy Lot “E” to the departure terminals crashed into a concrete barrier on the main entrance roadway into O’Hare airport on Friday, August 29th. According to news reports, a number of passengers were seriously injured. “These cases can be very complex, and early investigation by attorneys who are experienced is critical,” according to Attorney Dan Kotin. Read More.

 

TKK Congratulates Tim Tomasik on his Induction into the American Board of Trial Advocates

American Board of Trial Advocates


Partner Dan Kotin Named by Crain's Chicago Business as a Rising Star

Partner Dan Kotin Discusses the Zimmerman Verdict on ABC 7 Chicago

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