Loevy & Loevy has won more multi-million dollar verdicts than perhaps any other law firm in the country over the past decade. Our willingness to take hard cases to trial, and win them, has yielded a nationally recognized reputation for success in the courtroom. Our victories over the past ten years alone include:

 

June 2018 Jury finds Chicago cops framed man for 1988 murder, awards him more than $17 million.

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January 2018 Chicago pays $9.3 million to James Kluppelberg, man wrongfully convicted of setting '84 fire that killed six.

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December 2017 City approves $31 million settlement to Englewood 4, one of the largest settlements in Chicago history.

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December 2017 Jury awards former Heritage nurse $5.2 million in lawsuit after she was fired for reporting abuse.

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December 2017 City proposes $31 million settlement to the Englewood 4. Teens spent 15 years in prison before release.

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November 2017 Federal jury awards $15 million to a wrongfully convicted man who spent over 20 years in prison.

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October 2017 Six-figure settlement for young man wrongly accused of Pennsylvania arson.

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October 2017 Colorado State University agrees to settle the freedom of speech lawsuit bought on behalf of professor.

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June 2017 Loevy attorneys win $6.7 million for woman repeatedly raped in prison and shackled during labor.

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December 2016 Jury awards $22 million in damages to former death row inmate framed for an infamous '84 double murder.

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March 2015 Juan Rivera's $20 million settlement after DNA exoneration is the largest of its kind in Illinois.

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March 2015 City of Milwaukee pays $6.5 million to Chaunte Ott, who spent 13 years in prison before DNA exoneration.

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January 2013 Chicago agrees to a $10.25 million settlement with Alton Logan, a Burge victim who spent 26 years in prison.

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October 2006 Chicago approves a $2 million settlement to Eric Kittler, was wrongfully convicted at 15 years old.

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May 2014 Construction firm McHugh agrees to pay $12 million to settle lawsuit brought on behalf of whistleblower.

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August 2015 Billy Julian receives $3 million in one of the largest wrongful conviction settlements ever in Indiana.

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June 2009 $21 million, the largest wrongful conviction verdict in Chicago, awarded to man after 11 years in prison.

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January 2012 Thaddeus Jimenez awarded $25 million in damages, one of the largest verdicts of its kind in Chicago.

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December 2007 Four torture victims of former CPD Cmdr. Jon Burge will divide nearly $20 million in city settlements.

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January 2009 Former Death Row inmate and Burge victim will move to collect an additional $6.5 million legal settlement.

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October 2011 City will spend $1.25 million to compensate Harold Hill, who spent 12 years in prison.

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June 2009 Jury awards $450,000 in damages to Ryan Hallett, who was assaulted by off-duty police officers.

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January 2012 Chicago City Council recommends $525,000 settlement for lawsuit filed on behalf of Oscar Guzman.

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March 2006 Chicago settles case for $260,000 after man was beaten so badly by CPD that he suffered a ruptured spleen.

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February 2016 City of Aurora pays $2.65 million to Jonathan Grayson, who was wrongfully imprisoned for 10 years.

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January 2014 Chicago man who spent 25 years behind bars for a rape he did not commit collects a $6.3 million settlement.

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May 2003 Jury delivered a $1 million verdict for George Garcia, who was assaulted by an off-duty police officer.

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December 2008 Ford Heights Four settle for $4 million for wrongful convictions in '78 double-murder case.

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October 2007 Jury awards Timothy Finwall $2 million for wrongful arrest by Chicago Police.

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October 2006 Un jurado determina compensar a Alejandro Domníguez con $9 millones por una condena errónea.

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November 2010 Cook County approves $55.3 million settlement to compensate for unconstitutional strip-searches.

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October 2007 Chicago Police Department pays $4 million to man assaulted by police with a screwdriver.

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May 2010 $16.5 million settlement proposed for a class-action accusing Chicago police of mistreating suspects.

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July 2013 Chicago Burge victim reaches a proposed $10 million settlement after 25 years in prison.

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December 2007 Four men tortured into confessions to get share of up to $19.8 million.

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November 2009 Jury awards man $11 million in suit against former New York Stock Exchange President.

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December 2008 Jury awards $720,000 in damages to man who was shot twice by Chicago police.

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March 2005 County pays $1.35 million to family of woman who died in custody after suffering internal bleeding.

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