Dexter J. Evans of Woodruff Johnson & Palermo Named Partner
Thursday, June 11, 2015
Posted by: Lauren Kolzow
Woodruff Johnson & Palermo
4234 Meridian Parkway, Ste. 134
Aurora, IL 60504
630-585-2320, fax 630-585-2327
June 9, 2015
For Immediate Release
Contact: Crystal Panttila, Media Manager
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Dexter John Evans of Woodruff Johnson & Palermo Named Partner
Woodruff Johnson & Palermo is proud to announce that Dexter John Evans has been named partner at the firm. Dexter, who devotes 100% of his time fighting on behalf of personal injury and workers’ compensation clients, joined the law firm in 2007.
The grandson of a Chicago union worker, Dexter always envisioned himself as an advocate for the injured and felt a strong urge to help those trying to protect their rights. “The greatest satisfaction in my profession is the gratitude of my clients. There is no better feeling than to get a hug from a client who is in tears because they finally received the justice they deserve.” Recently, Dexter obtained the largest reported settlement or verdict in Illinois for a fibromyalgia case occurring outside of Cook County.
Dexter is a member of the DuPage, Kane, Will and West Suburban Bar Associations as well as the Illinois Trial Lawyers Association. When Dexter is not fighting tirelessly on behalf of his clients, he enjoys basketball, golf, and spending time with his wife and three dogs.
Anyone interested in learning more about Dexter John Evans’ background and experience can find out more by visiting his attorney profile page on the Woodruff Johnson & Palermo website at http://www.woodrufflawyers.com/Attorneys/Dexter-J-Evans.shtml or by calling (866) 891-9211.
About Woodruff Johnson & Palermo: Woodruff Johnson & Palermo is an Illinois personal injury and workers’ compensation law firm with offices located in Aurora, Chicago and Champaign. The injury lawyers at Woodruff Johnson & Palermo have more than 70 years of combined experience practicing law and have recovered financial compensation for 99% of the people they represent.