Our deep experience and outstanding results at trial give you the confidence that you will get the best outcome possible. In fact, our track record has allowed us to dominate a major industry in Chicago while serving clients in a wide range of industries.

Bob Prendergast recently won summary judgment in a trip and fall case against a railroad client.  

Following a three-week bench trial, DMG lawyers Sean Sullivan, Kathryn Doi and Pam Nehring secured a defense judgment for client BNSF in an environmental property damage case arising from the release of up to 7,000 gallons of diesel fuel.  

​Dan Mohan represented BNSF in the first ever Federal Railroad Safety Act (FRSA) Whistle Blower case tried before a jury in Chicago, the case of Glen Armstrong v. BNSF. On September 21, 2016, the twelve-person jury in the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Illinois unanimously rendered a verdict of no liability.  

DMG's Dan Mohan secured a not-guilty jury verdict against the plaintiff's request for $2,600,000 in damages in Tenesha Martin v. Canadian Pacific Railway.  

Dan Mohan obtained summary judgment for Canadian Pacific Railway in a FELA case brought by a carman who claimed he injured his knee when he slipped on ballast while he was inspecting and repairing trains in the rail yard.