Prominent Joliet injury lawyer Laird M. Ozmon was chosen by his peers to be among the top five percent of all lawyers in Illinois, according to Leading Lawyers Network (Division of the daily legal publication known as The Law Bulletin). Laird Ozmon has concentrated his practice in the areas, of personal injury and professional malpractice. He has been a good friend of labor and has represented the citizens of the collar counties for nearly 24 years.
Since graduating from Loyola Law School in 1979, Attorney Ozmon has amassed an impressive list of professional achievements. He was selected as the President of the Illinois Trial Lawyers Association in 1998, selected as a Leading American Attorney in 1999, nominated as a committee chair of the American Trial Lawyers Association, selected as an assemblyman of the Illinois State Bar Association as well as being invited to be a member of The Society of Trial Lawyers and the American Board of Trial Advocates.
His law firm, Laird M. Ozmon, Ltd., has successfully recovered numerous multi-million dollar verdicts and settlements for his clients, many of which have been members of labor. “The fact that my colleagues would choose me to be a member of this select group of attorneys is quite an honor. I’ve always been committed to obtaining full and fair compensation for my clients and apparently my peers agree. I’m very grateful,” Ozmon said.
Leading Lawyers Network
The Leading Lawyers Network is the result of thousands of contacts with Illinois lawyers asking them which of their peers they believe comprise the top lawyers. Only those lawyers who are most often recommended qualify as Leading Lawyers.
Laird M. Ozmon was recommended as a Leading Lawyer in a statewide survey of more than 50,000 lawyers. Fewer than 5% of the lawyers in any state receive the distinction of being a Leading Lawyer.