This year has been particularly exciting for both our clients and our law firm. In our two trials this year, we won verdicts for our clients in the amounts of $5.835 million and $1.778 million. We have also settled several cases bringing significant compensation to our clients for their injuries. We are thankful that we could help so many obtain the justice that they deserve.

On a personal note, I am thankful for my wife, Sharon, and our children, Janine and Matt. Sharon has been my partner and support for over 30 years. And, we are so proud of Janine who is in her last year of medical school and Matt, who is in his final year of law school and will soon be a part of our law firm.

Happy Thanksgiving!
David A. Axelrod

Here’s some of what the team is thankful for…


“I am thankful for the ability to know that we rise after we fall; we all make mistakes, but we live, learn, and grow.” – Jason


“I am thankful for the support and teamwork I experience in all aspects of my life.” – Stacey


“I am grateful for my family and my health.” – Yassmeen


“I am thankful for sunny days, cool evenings and time spent with friends and family.” – Cecile


“I am thankful for Goose Island Bourbon County Stout and the post-turkey nap.” – Julie


“I am grateful for all of the delicious desserts I get to eat at Thanksgiving.” – Lauren


“I am thankful for my family, mashed potatoes and gravy, and the Packers. Go Pack Go!!” – Jamie


“I am thankful for being able to spend Thanksgiving in the warm weather of Florida with my family and friends.” – Amelia





Awards & Memberships

Leading Lawyer Network
Multi-Million Dollar Advocates Forum
Esteemed Lawyers of America
The National Trial Lawyers
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