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Martin J. Healy Jr.

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Martin Healy, Jr. always pushes the limits for fair recovery for clients.  During calendar year 2009, he had three multi-million dollar jury verdicts.  Each was a record verdict, and resulted in a total of over $50 million.

Martin Healy, Jr. is an experienced and dedicated advocate for injured clients in a career that has included obtaining numerous multi-million dollar jury verdicts and settlements, some in the tens of millions of dollars.

As lead counsel, he has obtained 14 multi-million dollar jury verdicts that range from $3 million to $25 million and total over $150 million.  They involve a number of very different areas including products liability, interstate trucking, construction, medical malpractice, transportation and police procedure cases.

School Degree Major Graduation
Loyola University School of Law J.D. Law School xxxx
University of Notre Dame B.A. N/A n/a
State / Court Date
Illinois 1968
  • American Association for Justice
    Illinois Trial Lawyers Association
    Illinois State Bar Association
    Chicago Bar Association
  • He is the immediate past Chair, Illinois Supreme Court Rules Committee appointed by the Supreme Court for a three year term.  He is a past member of the Supreme Court Committee on Pattern Jury Instructions and a former Commissioner of the Supreme Court Committee on Character and Fitness. He has finished his term as President of the Board of Governors, Loyola University School of Law.
  • DUFFY v. TOGHER
    Incomplete Quadraplegic
    Swimming Pool Accident
    $8,100,000

    CHRACA v. MILES
    Paraplegia
    Intersection Collision
    $25,093,335

    SPERL, TALUC & SANDERS v. C.H. ROBINSON WORLDWIDE
    Two Deaths, One Serious Injury
    Interstate Trucking Accident
    $23,700,000

    GODINEZ v. TOWN OF CICERO
    Wrongful Death
    $7,500.000.00

    KAKIDAS MCDONALD & CHAKONAS v. DEAN FOODS
    Death of Three Teens
    Intersection Collision
    $20,200,000

  • Intersectional Collisions Chapter Proving Fault in Auto Cases, Illinois Institute for Continuing Legal Education, 2004 and six previous Editions
    Sunshine in Litigation Legislation:  Boon or Bane?  Illinois Bar Journal – Vol. 92, March 2004
    A Trial Lawyer’s Introduction to SUV Rollover Claims  Illinois Bar Journal, Vol. 89, December 2001
    Silent Killer on the Highway Trial ATLA, (Truck Underride) August, 2000
    The Scope of Discovery is Significantly Enlarged,  55 Illinois Bar Journal 530
    A Voyage of Discovery Trial Journal, ITLA, Spring, 1999
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