Matthew Rundio To Speak at Illinois Trial Lawyers Association Seminar
Matthew Rundio, partner with the North Central Illinois firm of Schweickert Ganassin Krzak Rundio, LLP, will be presenting on adjudicating liens at an upcoming Illinois Trial Lawyers Association (ITLA) Update & Review Seminar. This professional workshop will take place at the Westin Chicago River North on Oct. 10, 2022.
ITLA is a professional organization that brings together attorneys from across our law firm’s service areas of Peru, Ottawa, Morris, Chicago and elsewhere throughout Illinois who have committed their legal careers to representing residents of our state that have been hurt in a personal injury incident, whether they were injured at work, home, or while out and about anywhere else in our great state.
Liens often play a big role in larger personal injury cases involving catastrophic injuries. Attorneys must have the necessary knowledge to address these financial obligations on a client’s behalf.
Mr. Rundio’s presentation is one of several that will occur during the upcoming seminar, which runs from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. Other topics scheduled for discussion that day include:
- Audit trails and discovery matters
- Sex abuse litigation
- Medical malpractice causation
- Proximate cause
- Bad faith insurance sanctioning
- Amicus and pre-judgment interest
Illinois attorneys must regularly complete Minimum Continuing Legal Education (MCLE)-approved coursework to remain in good standing with the Supreme Court of Illinois. Attorneys who attend this workshop will receive four general hour credits for doing so.
Mr. Rundio’s long-standing practice of Illinois personal injury law makes him the ideal candidate to speak at this ITLA conference which has 2,000 plus members. During his tenure with Schweickert Ganassin Krzak Rundio, LLP, he’s had the pleasure of representing countless North Central Illinois residents who’ve suffered catastrophic injuries or suffered a wrongful death because of someone else’s negligence.
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