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.
The Daley Mohan Groble trial team of Ray Groble and Matt Hammer prevailed after a two-week long jury trial before Judge Ronald Bartkowicz.
Ray Groble and the DMG team recently secured a summary judgment for a railroad client in a federal racial discrimination case.
DMG attorneys Raymond H. Groble III and Laura Platt recently obtained a summary judgment in a racial discrimination case against a railroad client.
Bob Prendergast recently won summary judgment in a trip and fall case against a railroad client.
Bob Prendergast, Kathryn Doi, and Tyler Roland recently secured a voluntary dismissal with prejudice in an FELA action against their 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.
Seventh Circuit Says the Employer’s Motive Matters
Sean Sullivan and Bob Prendergast won summary judgments in high exposure case saving client over 10 Million Dollars.
Kevin Baldwin won summary judgment for a railroad construction client in the Southern District of Texas.
Bob Prendergast obtained a summary judgment victory on liability for indemnity against a railroad client’s contractor.
DMG attorneys Sean Sullivan and Kathryn Doi secured a Summary Judgment win for a rail client.
Dan Mohan and Matt Hammer obtained a 1.23 Million Dollar Verdict in a product liability suit.
DMG’s Dan Mohan and Sean Gingrich successfully defended a long-standing railroad client in a FELA Trial.
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.
Bob Prendergast obtained a summary judgment victory on a renewed motion for liability for indemnity against a railroad client’s contractor.
DMG’s Dan Mohan and Sean Gingrich won a cumulative trauma jury trial for a long-standing railroad client.
Raymond Groble won a Summary Judgment in the U.S. District Court on March 30, 2015 for a rail client.
Dan Mohan and Jeff Scolaro successfully defended a long-standing rail client in a FELA trial.
On January 23, 2015, Sean Sullivan won an appeal to the Illinois Supreme Court, who reversed the Appellate Court's prior dismissal.
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 successfully defended BNSF Railway Company in Brock Horn v BNSF Railway Company.
Ray Groble and Sean Sullivan Win Summary Judgments in Federal Court on behalf of a long-standing railroad client.
DMG’s Jeff Scolaro won a cumulative trauma jury trial for a long-standing railroad client.
DMG’s Ray Groble successfully defended a long-standing railroad client in a FELA trial.
Ray Groble and Kevin Baldwin prevail on Summary Judgment Decision.
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.
Bob Prendergast successfully defended a rail client in a FELA case.
Sean Sullivan secured a Summary Judgment for Energy client.
DMG obtained a defense verdict for CSX in a case brought by a contractor employee.
Sean Sullivan's Summary Judgment Win was upheld in the Seventh Circuit.
Sean Sullivan and Kevin Baldwin defended Targa Resources in a catastrophic burn case arising out of an over-filled propane cylinder.
Sean Sullivan obtained a defense judgment for Dynegy Inc. in an adversary proceeding tried to the bankruptcy court.
Sean Sullivan wins motion to transfer.