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Glen J. Dunn & Associates Ltd. is a plaintiff’s trial law firm that serves individuals across the country for injuries arising from the use of products, medical malpractice, trucking accidents, fraud or negligence. Founded by Glen J. Dunn, Jr., Glen together with attorneys Kasey Hollinrake and Jason Serrano work tirelessly for their clients to bring closure to individuals and their families who live everyday with the painful reminder of unfortunate and often tragic events.
Glen J. Dunn, Jr. is an Illinois Trial Attorney and Counselor at Law, working and training under several of Illinois’ greatest “Superlawyers” before forming the firm. Glen has participated in and handled landmark cases during his career across the country, including Illinois, Washington D.C., Ohio, Mississippi, Indiana, Oklahoma, and Arkansas. Our firm currently represents clients all over the United States, including Wisconsin, Nevada, California, Mississippi, Kentucky, Ohio, Indiana and Illinois.
Glen spent his career as a successful defense lawyer, exclusively representing a multi-billion dollar worldwide corporation in matters across the nation. In 2004, after witnessing the incredible excess and greed of the corporate world, Glen changed direction and dedicated himself to the representation of individuals who don’t have the resources or sophistication to take on corporate titans by themselves. Our role now is to even the playing field.
At our firm, profits and the bottom line will never come before people. That is our mission and we seek to enforce it, one case at a time.
Glen and his team are humbly committed to the highest level of service to our clients. Glen accepts a limited number of cases so that he can be personally available to each and every client, anytime. Communication is the cornerstone of service, and our entire team is dedicated to this principle.
From representing foreign diplomats to produce truck drivers, our firm is currently engaged in a wide variety of matters including product liability, death and catastrophic injury, medical malpractice, fraud, insurance bad faith, Defense Base Act claims, and breach of contract.
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Current Claim Examples
Congress Landfill, Hillside, IL
Glen is collaborating with Ray Reott and the Reott Law Offices on a +$100 million lawsuit against Allied Waste (now Republic waste) for negligence associated with the operation and management of the Congress Landfill in Hillside, Illinois. Our firm represents thousands of area residents for property and injury claims related to the catastrophic failure of the Landfill’s containment systems and the uncontrolled release of gas and toxic compounds into the neighboring communities.
Burr Oak Cemetery
Glen currently represents many families for claims against the owners of Burr Oak Cemetery for the atrocities against the dead that occurred there in recent years. Glen recently fought and argued for all of the victims of the abuse at the cemetery before the bankruptcy Judge. Glen convinced the defense attorneys and the Court to commit a minimum of $50,000.00 for the construction and placement of a memorial to the victims on the cemetery grounds.
Bus Roll Over
Glen is one of the lead steering counsel in a multidistrict action for a group of plaintiffs and their families relating to a catastrophic bus roll over in Arkansas where 15 people tragically lost their lives and another 15 survived with severe injuries. The bus was a motor coach tour heading to Tunica, Mississippi for a weekend of gambling. Glen has taken Harrah’s, the largest casino operator on the planet and MCI, the world’s leader in motor coach manufacturing, to task in this action. The casinos cannot exist without the bus traffic they receive every day yet they refuse to accept responsibility for a tour they controlled. MCI, the manufacturer of the bus, continues to deny that its bus was unsafe, even though it failed to install seatbelts or any safety protection for its passengers in a roll over event. These corporations must be held responsible for their actions and Glen intends to do just that.
Update: The Mississippi Chief District Judge, in a landmark decision that created new law across the nation, sanctioned the Casinos for filing false affidavits and destroying critical evidence relating to the bus program. This sanction paved the way for many substantial settlements for the victims of this crash.
Insurance Fraud Class Action
Glen and the firm of Converse and Brown are collaborating on a class action against one of the largest insurance companies in America for their alleged scheme of delaying and denying their customers of the benefits they were entitled to under the law. The insurance company is fighting to transfer the case to a foreign court to take advantage of more favorable corporate laws, even though the company has previously admitted in other litigation that its policies were insufficient. We will stay the course and intend to hold this insurer to its obligation to the public and its customers.
Wage Class Action for Security Guards and Janitors
Glen and attorney Thomas Ryan are collaborating on a number of class actions, including two actions against one of the largest employers of security guards and janitors in the United States. The security guards were required to show up at least 15 minutes before their scheduled shifts and were often required to work through breaks and stay after their shifts for late relief. The janitors were required to be at work nearly 30 minutes before shift to ready their cleaning cart and supplies and get in position for their shift. As hourly workers, each of them were entitled to payment for every minute of work performed under Federal law, but their employer controlled when they were clocked in and out, skimming minutes off of tens of thousands of workers resulting in millions of dollars of profits to the company. Many of the workers are immigrants and minorities and are willing to do whatever it takes to keep their job, even if it means sleeping on their rights under the law. We want to change the “business as usual” policy of these corporations to ensure fair and equal treatment and pay for these workers.
Defense Base Act Claim For Civilian Contractor
A young man working as an HVAC contractor for a massive multinational corporation at Camp Diamondback in Mosul, Iraq was rocked by a nearby explosion. Within days, he was experiencing numbness, fatigue and pain. He was shipped back Stateside and was ultimately diagnosed with MS. The insurer contended that his condition was his problem and left him high and dry, without a job or medical insurance. Glen utilized his worldwide network of experts and consultants to bring the foremost authority on traumatically induced MS, from Scotland, to author a 180 page report in support of this man’s life. International workman’s compensation is a difficult area of practice, but this move resulted in a substantial settlement in this man’s favor. Glen’s family has a long line of military service and he is committed to provided whatever it takes to our servicemen and those that support them overseas.