About Attorney Sean P. Murray
A founding partner of the firm, Sean P. Murray is a dedicated trial attorney who has obtained numerous multi-million-dollar jury verdicts and settlements for his clients.
Throughout his career, Sean has been committed to delivering outstanding results for his clients. He has successfully handled a wide range of personal injury cases, including construction injuries, explosions, trucking and motor vehicle accidents, medical malpractice, product liability, civil rights, premises liability, and workplace injuries including the representation of union workers. Sean is a tenacious lawyer who dedicates himself to being a winning advocate for his clients.
Sean has personally obtained many record jury verdicts and settlements on behalf of his clients, including the highest settlement for any of the 21 wrongful death victims of the E2 nightclub tragedy, the highest construction negligence jury verdict in LaSalle County, the highest injury jury verdict in Kankakee County, the highest settlement in Illinois for a decedent over 90 years old, and the highest jury verdict for a finger related injury to a minor in Illinois. He is known for taking on difficult cases and aggressively pursuing every angle in order to achieve the best possible results for his clients.
Over the years Sean has consistently been named an Illinois Super Lawyer, a distinction given to only 5% of attorneys in Illinois. He has also been selected by fellow trial attorneys as an Illinois Leading Lawyer and is the 2012 recipient of the Chicago Daily Law Bulletin’s Trial Lawyer Excellence Award for winning a $67 million dollar verdict including punitive damages on behalf of his client.
Sean has developed an impressive record as a trial attorney in the courtroom fighting on behalf of his clients. Sean has obtained many notable jury verdicts and settlements. His recent verdicts and settlements include:
Areas Of Practice
Loyola University Chicago School of Law, Chicago, Illinois
J.D. – 2001
Western Illinois University
B.A. (Cum Laude) – 1998