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Smith LaCien Founding Partner Todd A. Smith To Be Inducted into 2022 Lawdragon Hall of Fame

On Behalf of | Mar 7, 2022 | Firm News

CHICAGO, March 7, 2022 – Chicago trial lawyer Todd A. Smith, a founding partner with Brian LaCien of Smith LaCien LLP – Trial Lawyers, has been named by Lawdragon Press to the 2022 class of the Lawdragon Hall of Fame. He will be featured in an upcoming publication along with the nation’s greatest corporate litigators, plaintiff powerhouses and innovators who established new areas of the law.

Lawdragon Press is a legal media company that provides the public with free online news, editorial features and several respected guides to the nation’s leading lawyers.

Smith has practiced law for more than 30 years and was a founding partner of Power, Rogers & Smith before starting Smith LaCien LLP in 2020. Smith LaCien concentrates in catastrophic personal injury, medical malpractice, wrongful death, trucking litigation, birth injuries, and mass torts, and has a track record of achieving exceptional results for clients, with more than $2 billion in verdicts and settlements, and over 100 cases with results of at least $1 million.

A past president of the American Association for Justice (AAJ), Smith currently serves as chair of the AAJ’s Endowment Fund and is a board member of the organization’s Center for Constitutional Litigation. He is also a past president of the Illinois Trial Lawyers Association and the Illinois State Bar Association. He has served in a leadership capacity at numerous other national, regional and local lawyer organizations.

Smith LaCien LLP is located at 70 W. Madison, Suite 2250, Chicago, IL 60602. For more information, visit their website at www.smithlacien.com, phone (312) 509-8900, or email: [email protected]. Media contact is Chris Ruys at [email protected], 312-337-7746 (office), or 312-259-3495 (mobile).

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