Levinson and Stefani Founding Partner Ken Levinson has been invited to speak as a guest faculty member at the Catastrophic Care Society Traumatic Brain Injury Medical/Legal Symposium, taking place May 15-17 at the Hilton Chicago. The three-day symposium welcomes the nation’s leading trial lawyers, medical experts and healthcare providers to share information regarding traumatic brain and spinal injuries, giving participating attorneys a comprehensive picture of ways to represent clients who have suffered similar injuries.
On Monday, May 16, Levinson will share his experience related to opening summations during trial. Levinson will discuss how to effectively craft a road map to influence the decision-making process of jury members. Levinson has successfully handled many cases related to brain and spinal injuries, specifically having to do with situations involving commercial vehicle and auto crashes.
Levinson has been an invited faculty member at dozens of trial lawyer associations around the country. He is a graduate of the Gerry Spence Trial Lawyers College and the author of Litigating Major Automobile Injury and Death Cases, the newest volume of the reference litigation series published by AAJ Press/Thomson Reuters. He was recently listed in the Illinois Super Lawyers Top 100 in 2016, his second appearance on the list. He is the founding partner of Levinson and Stefani, a Chicago-based law firm offering client-first legal representation. The firm focuses on truck, auto and bus-related accidents, as well as child injury cases.
The Catastrophic Care Society is committed to bringing plaintiff trial lawyers and medical personnel and providers the most up-to-date information on traumatic brain and spinal injury diagnosis, treatment, and litigation know-how. Programs include the country’s top litigators and experts in psychology, neurology, neuropsychology, radiology, neurosurgery, psychiatry and physical chemistry, all coming together to offer the most progressive information in their respective fields.