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Senior Justice Law Firm Adds Two New Attorneys; Opens Chicago Office

  • August 29, 2022


The Nursing Home Abuse Law Firm Expands its Reach Nationally with an Illinois Office and Two New Lawyers

Chicago Nursing Home Abuse Lawyers – Senior Justice Law Firm

Chicago Nursing Home Abuse Lawyers - Senior Justice Law Firm

Chicago Nursing Home Abuse Lawyers – Senior Justice Law Firm

CHICAGO, July 18, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Senior Justice Law Firm is proud to announce the addition of attorneys Ian Norris and Benjamin Carter, as well as the opening of a new Chicago office.

We are compiling the best nursing home abuse attorneys in the country with a singular focus; justice for those that are injured in long term care facilities. – Michael Brevda, Managing Partner

Ian Norris, Esq.

Nursing home abuse attorney Ian Norris has dedicated his professional career to combatting elder abuse in America’s long term care facilities. Mr. Norris has successfully recovered more than $33 million on behalf of nursing home abuse victims and their families.

Mr. Norris was plaintiff’s counsel on a number of influential nursing home cases, including a $1,000,000 jury verdict on a hip fracture case where the pre-trial offer was $0. Additionally, Mr. Norris was counsel on a landmark Pennsylvania case which is widely regarded as a “seminal decision on corporate liability for nursing homes” and has been cited in multiple venues to connect corporate liability to nursing home facility Negligence. Ian Norris was also co-counsel for the plaintiff in a Colorado nursing home malpractice case and was instrumental in litigating the case up to trial. At trial, the jury issued the largest nursing home verdict ($5.5 million) in the state of Colorado.

Attorney Ian Norris will assist the firm primarily on Philadelphia nursing home cases, but Mr. Norris also accepts cases in New Mexico, Arizona, New Jersey, Colorado, and Massachusetts.

Benjamin Carter, Esq.

Attorney Benjamin Carter has dedicated his professional career to

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