Attorney William Gros is the junior lawyer in the firm. He is as eager to burn the candle at both ends for the sake of injured victims. Bill handles a wide variety of injury cases and has quickly become a fierce and effective advocate without losing touch with his kind empathetic personality.
William (Bill) Gros has been with McNabola Law Group since 2013. In his time with the firm, Bill has specialized in all areas of personal injury law. He has acquired extensive experience in both trial preparation and courtroom motion practice. Prior to joining McNabola Law Group, Bill served as a Judicial Extern for the Honorable Judge Charles P. Kocoras of the United States District Court for the Northern District of Illinois. While at The John Marshall Law School, Bill served as an Articles Editor on The Review of Intellectual Property Law.
- Illinois, 2013
- United States Patent and Trademark Office October 2015
The John Marshall Law School, Chicago, Illinois
J.D. - 2013
Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology, Terre Haute, Indiana
B.S. Chemical Engineering - 2010
Professional Associations & Memberships
- Member, The Review of Intellectual Property, 2012-2013
- Articles Editor/Board Member, The Review of Intellectual Property, 2012-2013
- Illinois State Bar Association
- Chicago Bar Association
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Product Liability - Family man paralyzed in a boating injury when he fell from the upper deck of a yacht. The offer by the insurance company for the defendant was only $3 million before trial and $25 million after three weeks of jury trial, offered after closing arguments.
Lead Trial Attorney Mark McNabola and Ruth Degnan
Construction Site Negligence - A man was demonstrating construction equipment known as a “man lift," and was elevated in the air. The lift collapsed, and the plaintiff suffered permanent injuries to his ankle and lower back. McNabola represented one of two seriously injured plaintiffs. Prior to trial, the offer was only $3 million.
Lead Trial Attorney Mark McNabola