David A. Axelrod

Meet Founder and Senior Partner, David A. Axelrod. Mr. Axelrod is one of Chicago’s foremost trial attorneys. He has extensive trial experience and is known for his comprehensive and meticulous preparation.

Stacey L. Leinheiser

Meet Managing Partner, Stacey Leinheiser. She is a DePaul University College of Law graduate and Chicagoland native. Ms. Leinheiser has worked on some of the firm’s largest cases. Ms. Leinheiser is skilled at litigating cases through trial as well as facilitating favorable settlements.

Jason M. Kleinman

Meet Jason M. Kleinman, a partner and Chicago-Kent College of Law alum. His focus is on Medical Malpractice and Catastrophic Injury. Mr. Kleinman has achieved much success in obtaining verdicts and settlements over $32 million for injured clients and their families.

Matthew R. Axelrod

Meet Matthew R. Axelrod, an associate and Chicago-Kent College of Law alum. His focus is on Medical Malpractice and Catastrophic Injuries, Professional Negligence, Commercial Litigation, and Fraud.

Mav D. Marion

Meet Associate Mav D. Marion. Mav is a University of Michigan College of Law graduate. Ms. Marion's focus areas include Medical Malpractice and Catastrophic Injury.

Richard R. Perlman

Meet Richard R. Perlman, Of Counsel. Mr. Perlman is a graduate of Harvard Law School with more than 35 years of experience in corporate and transactional law.

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David A. Axelrod & Associates is a Chicago-based firm of trial lawyers that represents individuals and businesses
in cases involving medical malpractice, catastrophic injuries, professional negligence, fraud, and commercial litigation.

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