“Success in the legal profession requires vision and foresight. You have to anticipate what the other party is going to do, and prepare for it clearly. It pays to be attentive to detail at every stage of the process. The evidence, the settlement agreement, the presentations for trial – these details can have dramatic effects on case results. We prepare thoroughly for settlement and trial to achieve the best possible results for our clients.”
David J. Brassfield is one of Northern Illinois’ preeminent trial attorneys concentrating his law practice in matters of civil litigation. He has been an advocate in hundreds of trials and hearings. He has presided over arbitration hearings in association with the Winnebago County court annexed arbitration system and has received a wide majority of favorable results for his clients during the 20 years of his practice of law.
Mr. Brassfield received his Bachelor of Science degree in 1984 from Valparaiso University in Valparaiso, Indiana. He attended the University of South Dakota School of Law from 1984-1987. In law school, he participated in both trial advocacy and moot court competitions. Upon graduation, Mr. Brassfield practiced as a criminal prosecutor in both Rockford, Illinois and Fort Myers, Florida. In 1989, he joined the trial law firm of Brassfield, Krueger & Ramlow, Ltd., in Rockford, Illinois. Due to his legal ability he was made a partner of the law firm in 1991 and has concentrated his practice in trial work since that time. He became the firm’s managing partner in 1998. He has received a legal ability rating of “high to very high” by the Martindale Hubble attorney’s rating system. He is a member of the Winnebago County Bar, Florida State Bar, Illinois State Bar, Federal Court-Northern District, Illinois, Federal District Court – Seminole, Florida, and Delta Theta Phi law fraternity.
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