Our unified goal is to provide the highest level of professional service to individuals and families who have been injured as consumers, patients, workers, and victims of negligence.
The Chicago Law firm of Taxman, Pollock, Murray & Bekkerman, LLC, was proudly founded by four very successful and established lawyers. That statement is not rhetoric, but a fact earned by years of diligently working in the field of personal injury law representing victims of negligence. Together we bring over decades of experience in handling medical and nursing home negligence, trucking, bicycle, and motor vehicle negligence, product liability, premises liability, explosion and workplace injury cases.
Bradley Pollock - Partner
Success in litigation is a product of unyielding advocacy, commitment, and tireless preparation, built upon the foundation of strong client relationships.
Some of our practice areas include:
Driving a motorcycle is a fun and rewarding experience. For many it is not only a passion, but a way of life.
There are over 400,000 recreational boats registered in Illinois, which is the tenth highest registration number of all 50 states. With that many boats and boaters, accidents and injuries are bound to happen.
Car accidents are the most common type of personal injury cases Taxman, Pollock, Murray & Bekkerman, LLC handles. Every driver knows that the road can be a treacherous place.
Under Illinois law, and the Illinois Animal Control Act, the people who “own” or “harbor” animals are responsible for all damages suffered by victims of any animal attack.
Have you suffered a serious injury while working on the railroad? The highly experienced FELA lawyers at the Chicago Law firm of Taxman, Pollock, Murray & Bekkerman, LLC, will fight vigorously to make sure that you obtain the compensation that you deserve.
It is well established that hundreds of thousands of people are harmed or killed by medical negligence. A recent statistic cited errors made during the care and treatment of patients by doctors, nurses, and hospitals to be the third leading cause of death.