CHICAGO — Five partners at Cavanagh Law Group have been named 2021 Illinois Leading Lawyers.
Fewer than five percent of attorneys across the state are honored on the annual list, published by Law Bulletin Media. Lawyers are chosen by their peers and cannot nominate themselves or anyone at their own firm.
This marks the 19th consecutive year Cavanagh Law Group founding partner Tim Cavanagh has been named to the list. He was once again recognized in three categories: professional malpractice, transportation (including FELA and maritime) and general personal injury. Cavanagh also serves on the Leading Lawyers Advisory Board.
Partners Stacey Feeley Cavanagh, Mike Sorich and Jason Kroot were recognized in the category of general personal injury. It’s Stacey Feeley Cavanagh’s sixth consecutive year on the list, Sorich’s fourth and Kroot’s third.
Making his debut this year was partner Marc McCallister, who was recognized in two categories: professional malpractice and general personal injury.
The Leading Lawyers designations are the latest in a series of national and statewide recognition for Cavanagh Law Group attorneys.
- In May, Tim Cavanagh and Stacey Feeley Cavanagh were among just 500 attorneys nationwide to be included in the 2021 Lawdragon 500 Leading Plaintiff Consumer Lawyers guide, which recognizes lawyers who are top in their field. This is Tim Cavanagh’s fourth year on the exclusive list and Stacey Feeley Cavanagh’s third.
- In January, Tim Cavanagh, Stacey Feeley Cavanagh and McCallister were named Illinois Super Lawyers. Attorneys cannot nominate themselves and are evaluated by their peers. It’s Tim Cavanagh’s 17th consecutive year on the list, McCallister’s sixth and Stacey Feeley Cavanagh’s first.
This spring, Cavanagh Law Group celebrated its 24th anniversary. For more than two decades, CLG attorneys have represented clients across the U.S. with passion and purpose. The firm has obtained more than $500 million in verdicts and settlements for clients, including more than 60 verdicts and settlements in excess of $1 million.