Chicago Attorney Richard L. Pullano Earns Lifetime Achievement Award
Chicago - March 12, 2018
Pullano Law Offices is proud to announce that America’s Top 100 Attorneys has selected founding partner Richard L. Pullano for its Lifetime Achievement award. During the last 30 years, Pullano has been involved in every type of personal injury and wrongful death case. In that time, he has obtained many record-setting verdicts and settlements and has compiled awards for his clients well in excess of $100 million.
Chicago Personal Injury Lawyers Move to New Office Location
Pullano Law Offices is excited to announce that it has moved into new office space at 1 E. Upper Wacker Drive, Suite 510, Chicago. The personal injury law firm officially opened its new office just before the new year.
The office building is located at the intersection of East Upper Wacker Drive and State Street, near the Chicago River. Chicago Transit Authority bus and train stops are within walking distance of the building.
“We encourage you to visit us in our new office,” said firm founding partner Richard L. Pullano. “We understand the impact a serious injury can have on your life and are prepared to work diligently to get you the compensation you need.”
NSBA Installs Richard L. Pullano as 50th Association President
Pullano Law Offices, a Chicago personal injury law firm, is pleased to announce that founding attorney Richard L. Pullano has been selected to serve as President of the North Suburban Bar Association for 2017-2018. Richard Pullano was installed as the association’s 50th President at the Installation Award Dinner hosted by the NSBA at North Shore Country Club in Glenview, Illinois, on September 13th.
The North Suburban Bar Association is an organization of attorneys, judges, and professionals dedicated to the personal and professional development of its members and the betterment of the legal community of Chicago and the Northern Suburbs. The NSBA provides networking opportunities, Continuing Legal Education (CLE) courses, and referral services to its members, along with community outreach programs and events.
Mr. Pullano has been active with NSBA for many years and has served in various leadership capacities within the association. He was named the NSBA treasurer in 2013 and was elected as 4th Vice President the following year. As part of his involvement with the NSBA, Mr. Pullano has led CLE seminars and co-chaired the high school mock trial events in the local community.
North Suburban Bar Association Announces 5th Annual High School Mock Trial Invitational
Chicago - January 18, 2018
The North Suburban Bar Association will hold its 5th Annual High School Mock Trial Invitational on Jan. 25 at the Skokie Courthouse. The field of teams has grown to 16 for this year’s competition.
NSBA President Richard Pullano is leading efforts to organize the event, which he believes is key in promoting the profession to the future generation of lawyers.
“One of the primary reasons it is so important that we get the best and brightest to join our profession is to help those in need.” Pullano said “Lawyers are the first responders to the vulnerable and defenseless in society. On many occasions, without a lawyer in their corner, there would be no path to justice. This tournament is a fun and educational way of exposing these young adults to the justice system in hopes they will pursue a career in the law in the future.”
Chicago personal injury attorney Richard L. Pullano wins $3 million jury verdict for a victim who sustained a mild traumatic brain injury that resulted in the development of post-concussion syndrome.
Chicago personal injury lawyer Richard L. Pullano, the founding partner of Pullano Law Offices, recently secured a $3 million verdict in a personal injury case involving post-concussion syndrome (Philip Lipari v. Schawmut Design and Construction, et. al., Cook County Law Division, No. 2014 L 002825).
According to court documents, Pullano called respected medical experts from around the country in order to successfully bring what the doctors at trial called a “hidden injury” to the forefront. One medical expert testified that people who suffer concussions and post-concussion syndrome might look normal from the outside. It took the skill of the attorneys at Pullano Law Offices to fully convey to the jury how devastating the real impact of this type of injury.