Neal Gainsberg is a great attorney. He helped me with a money dispute with a former friend and obtained a judgment for me. Neal listened and paid attention to any question I had, answered my calls right away, and was there for me at every point during the case. He knew exactly what to do in court. If you are looking to get compensation, I highly recommend that you hire Neal.
Staver & Gainsberg, P.C.,
Owner & Manager for 13 years
Member, Law Review, Chicago Kent College of Law, 1995-1996
Order of Coif, 1996
Speaker on Bankruptcy Issues, National Law Day, North Suburban Bar Association, 2003
2014 Certificate of Appreciation, Veterans of Foreign Wars of the United States
Spoliation of Evidence in Illinois: The Law After Boyd v. Traveler’s Insurance Co.,
Loyola University Chicago Law Journal,
Vol. 28, No. 4 Summer 1997 The article discusses the doctrine of spoliation of evidence or what happens when evidence is destroyed and the remedies for such destruction.
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