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A. David Kremin, JD
A. David Kremin & Associates, P.C.
221 N. LaSalle Street, Suite 1900
Chicago, IL 60601

Ph: 1-800-275-2529
Fx: 312-456-9900

 

Areas of Practice:
Auto Accidents
Medical Malpractice
Personal Injury
Product Liability
Elder Abuse
Elder Law
Wrongful Death/Accident
Graduated
Chicago-Kent College of Law, 1983
Admitted to bar: 1983
Email:   

Website: www.1800askalawyer.com  

 
Comments:
AWARDED ILLINOIS LEADING ATTORNEY
$50 MILLION RECENT AWARDS FOR HIS CLIENTS

Mr. Kremin and his cases have been nationally recognized on ABC Prime time Live, CNN, "The Montel Williams Show", Wall Street Journal as well as Common Ground and most Chicago TV & radio news and newspapers.

An attorney for 20 years, David K. Kremin has earned the respect and admiration of his clients, colleagues and medical professionals.

David K. Kremin is a member of the Chicago Bar Association Panel who is referred personal injury claims by the Chicago Bar Association.

David Kremin is known to take and win cases other attorneys have shied away from including those against municipalities and major corporations. He has been an instructor at Roosevelt University and is certified by the United States Coast Guard Auxiliary. He has served on Board of Directors including Old Town Chamber.

David Kremin has been an arbitrator for Circuit Court of Cook county Mandatory Arbitration and has been appointed Judge Advocate by BYC.


Past results are not a guarantee or promise concerning future results.

NBTA certification is not required to practice law in Illinois. The Supreme Court of Illinois does not recognize certifications of specialties in the practice of law and that the certificate, award or recognition is not a requirement to practice law in Illinois.

Illinois Rules of Professional Conduct Rule 7.4(c)(2) (1997).

 

 

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