Mark Dym is an accomplished and dedicated attorney concentrating in workers' compensation and other claims for injured workers. With 41 years of experience in the field, he has become a trusted advocate for individuals facing workplace injuries and their related legal challenges. Mr. Dym’s passion for ensuring workers' rights are protected has driven him to establish an impressive track record of successful cases and settlements.
He also handles complex personal injury cases of all types throughout the country and has been recognized for his accomplishments by many organizations.
With a remarkable career, Mr. Dym has received numerous accolades and honors. He has been selected as an Illinois Super Lawyer®, named a Leading Lawyer by Leading Lawyers Magazine, and acknowledged as a distinguished member of the National Association of Distinguished Counsel—an elite group representing the top one percent of lawyers in the United States.
Mr. Dym's practice encompasses representing both individuals and companies in diverse legal contexts. Throughout the country, he has successfully secured millions of dollars in compensation for injured individuals and their families. His areas of focus include wrongful death claims, traumatic brain injuries, amputations, quadriplegia, paraplegia, loss of sight and hearing, severe disfigurement, and other devastating injuries.
Additionally, Mr. Dym and his capable team are handling several other high-profile cases, such as the Mercy Hospital shooting and the Estate of Daniel Prude's lawsuit against the City of Rochester and certain police officers.
Currently, Mr. Dym is leading the litigation for a Canadian family affected by the Ethiopian Airlines crash, representing them against Boeing and other parties involved. He is also an active member of the Steering Committee for cases arising from this crash, which are pending in the Northern District Court of Chicago.