Grant A. Bosnich

Grant A. Bosnich

Practice Areas

  • 1983 Civil Rights and Police Brutality
  • Negligent Security
  • Union Work Injury
  • Products Liability
  • Car and Trucking Accidents
  • Bicycle Accidents
  • Premises Accidents (Slip and Fall)

Bar Admissions

  • State of Illinois
  • U.S. District Court, Northern, District of Illinois


  • Loyola University Chicago School of Law, top third of class - Juris Doctorate
  • Loyola University Chicago, cum laude - Bachelor of Science
  • Saint Bede Academy, Class President
Grant A. Bosnich

Grant A. Bosnich is an Associate Attorney at Taxman, Pollock, Murray & Bekkerman, LLC. Growing up in a union home, Grant developed an admiration for the working man and woman and a passion for fighting against corporations and insurance companies. He has found his niche in Plaintiff’s civil litigation.

In his third year of law school, Grant joined Taxman, Pollock, Murray & Bekkerman as a law clerk. In that role he obtained hands-on experience and training, preparing him to transition right into the associate position. Prior to joining the team here, Grant worked at two other prestigious Chicago personal injury firms. He also spent one summer writing appellate briefs for the Illinois State’s Attorney Appellate Prosecutor’s office in the Second District of Illinois.

Grant graduated in the top third of his class at Loyola University Chicago School of Law. During law school, Grant tutored Constitutional Law, served as President of the Loyola Law Democrats, worked as an Executive Editor on the Public Interest Law Reporter, and taught Civics and Law to sophomores at Al Raby High School in Garfield Park, Chicago. He also graduated cum laude from Loyola University Chicago with a Bachelor of Arts in Economics as a member of the Interdisciplinary Honors Program.

In 2022, Grant re-joined his alma mater as a part-time adjunct faculty member of the Loyola University School of Law where he co-teaches first year students.

Born and raised in DePue, IL, Grant now lives in West Town, Chicago. He is a proud alumni of Saint Bede Academy and serves as President of their Alumni Association. He also volunteers as Secretary for the Commercial Park Advisory Committee.  In his free time, he follows Illinois high school basketball, supports the Loyola University Chicago basketball teams, and enjoys going to any of Chicago’s great live music venues.


Grant’s recent verdicts and settlements include:

  • $1,500,000.00 settlement for 86 year old woman who suffered a hip fracture after slipping on ice at the foot of her apartment door (Cook County)
  • $515,000.00 settlement for Florida seniors who suffered serious injuries in vehicle rollover involving dump truck (Florida)
  • $400,000.00 settlement for computer programmer who was doored while on a bicycle downtown Chicago, resulting in a finger fracture (Cook County)
  • $300,000.00 settlement for 74 year old woman who tripped and fell at a gas station; the difference in pavement that caused her to fall was less than an inch (Cook County)
  • $250,000.00 settlement for man whose foot was run over in a cross-walk on his way to work in the Chicago loop (Cook County)
  • $180,000.00 settlement for 20 year old mechanic who, while making a u-turn, was t-boned and suffered a fracture clavicle (Will County)
  • $150,000.00 settlement for man in mid-30’s who had a history of back problems made worse by collision involving semi-truck (Lake County)
  • $140,000.00 settlement for public school teacher who battled headaches and needed glasses after being rear ended by a semi-truck (DuPage County)
  • $100,000.00 settlement for family of two whose ceiling collapsed in on them in their rented apartment (St. Clair County)
  • $100,000.00 settlement for bicyclist hit in cross walk who suffered a tibia fracture requiring surgery (Kane County)
  • $100,000.00 settlement for travel basketball player injured in rollover accident on the way home from a basketball tournament (Cook County)
  • $100,000.00 settlement for lawyer who suffered hand injury after he was hit in the cross walk during a morning run (Cook County)
  • $45,426.05 jury verdict for Logan Square photographer who injured neck in rear-end motor vehicle collision; final offer before trial was $10,000.00 (Cook County)