Ochs & Klein Attorneys, P.C. congratulates one of our own, Attorney
Richard D. Klein, for his recent accomplishment in becoming a member of
the Million Dollar Advocates Forum and the Multi-Million Dollar Advocates
Forum. Attorney Klein has more than 20 years of experience as a trial
lawyer, and he continues to work tirelessly to ensure the voices of his
injured clients are heard. The Million Dollar Advocates Forum is one of
the most prestigious groups of trial lawyers in the United States, and
we are extremely proud of Attorney Klein for his success.
Attorneys welcomed into the Million Dollar Advocates Forum must meet a
set criteria in order to become members. Only attorneys who have won million
or multi-million dollar verdicts, awards, and settlements may be eligible
to become members. The attorneys selected as Million Dollar Advocates
must have acted as principal counsel in at least one of the cases in which
their client was awarded a million dollars or more. In addition, all members
are recognized for their experience and excellence in advocacy.
The Million Dollar Advocates include roughly 5,000 members across the United
States, making up less than 1% of all lawyers in the nation. The organization
was founded in 1993, and proudly supports all members as they network
and share legal experience and provide professional referrals.
Richard D. Klein began his career as a lawyer in 1995 and has since tried
over 125 bench and jury trials. He focuses his practice on personal injury
and wrongful death cases in order to help individuals and families in
need. Attorney Klein has been recognized for his skills as a lawyer in
many other aspects throughout his career. He has been included in the
MATA Hall of Fame, is a member of the Illinois Trial Lawyers Association,
and was selected for the Top 100 National Trial Lawyers.
To learn more about Attorney Klein and this accomplishment, or to speak
to our firm about a personal injury matter, call us at (800) 491-1486. Contact Ochs & Klein Attorneys, P.C.
today to get started with a free case evaluation.