Our firm has merged with another premier law firm representing clients in catastrophic injury and death cases.
McArdle Frost is delighted to announce that the firm has joined forces with Nolan Law Group. As of January 1, 2018, Timothy I. McArdle, Michael J. Frost, Michael S. McArdle, and our entire staff have joined Nolan Law Group.
A premier law firm with offices in Chicago, Illinois, Nolan Law Group represents clients in catastrophic injury and death cases. Nolan Law Group has been in practice for more than 30 years, and delivers top quality legal presentation to clients both nationally and internationally. The firm has a reputation for excellence – and we are delighted to be a part of this team.
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$5,000,000 for failure to follow up on an abnormal pap smear. Staff failed to inform the patient of her irregular test results or investigate the health of her cervix further.
$4,800,000 on behalf of child who sustained brain damage as a result of a car accident.
$1,250,000 for a teenager who lost sight in one eye as a result of failure to properly diagnose and treat an eye injury caused by a fellow student throwing a pen during new student orientation day.
Date: March 5, 2018
McArdle Frost is delighted to announce that the firm has joined forces with Nolan Law Group. As of January 1, ... Read more about McArdle Frost Joins Nolan Law Group »
Date: October 20, 2017
Our Chicago personal injury attorneys recently secured a confidential settlement for a client who had suffered bladder cancer and additional ... Read more about FELA Diesel Exhaust Case: A Confidential Settlement with National Railroad Company »
Date: July 14, 2017
That our nation is in the grips of an opioid epidemic is beyond dispute. According to the U.S. Department of ... Read more about Opioid Epidemic: Exploring the Facts »
Date: June 29, 2017
The personal injury lawyers at McArdle Frost have secured $1.25 million in settlements for a teenage boy who suffered a blindness-causing ... Read more about McArdle Frost Wins Significant Compensation for a Young Man Blinded in One-Eye »