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Brian M. Murray
- Personal Injury
- Workers’ Compensation
- Medical Malpractice
- Motor Vehicle Accidents
- Construction & Workplace Accidents
- Nursing Home Abuse Negligence
- Premises Liability
- Products Liability
- Traumatic Brain Injuries
- Civil Rights & Employment Discrimination
- Commercial Litigation
In Memoriam 1985 - 2018
Brian M. Murray was an attorney with Angelini, Ori + Abate. Brian began his legal career as an associate attorney from November 2010 until October 2015 with Sutter & Ori, LLC where he previously served as law clerk and summer associate from 2007-2010, while attending law school. Brian earned his law degree at John Marshall Law School, where he was recognized for highest achievement in a critical law course. Brian received his undergraduate degree from Illinois State University in Politics and Government. During his senior year he earned the only perfect score ever awarded in a local politics course. Additionally, while at Illinois State University he was given the opportunity to study aboard at the University of Limerick, Ireland where he studied Ireland's political and justice system. Brian was an alumnus of Notre Dame College Prep in Niles, Illinois where he was very active with the Alumni Association. He was raised on Chicago's north side and was a member of the American Bar Association, Illinois State Bar Association, Chicago Bar Association, Illinois Trial Lawyers Association and the Irish Fellowship Club of Chicago. Brian successfully resolved hundreds of cases through various means, including trial, arbitration, mediation and settlement and obtained several million dollars for his clients during his relatively short career. Brian was named multiple times throughout his career as a Rising Star by Super Lawyers magazine.
Brian's career and life was tragically cut short by illness. He fought courageously, showing his dedication to his clients and profession by zealously representing clients throughout his battle.
"Live a good life, be kind to others"