Erron H. Fisher is a founding partner of the Fisher & LaMonica, P.C., firm. Years ago, Erron recognized that the practice of law was technologically behind other industries, both in business systems and trial presentation. In founding Fisher & LaMonica, P.C., one of the goals was to make the law as accessible to our clients as they would like. Client are able to follow the progress of their cases, or simply wish to be notified at important moments in the case. Law is a hybrid service and wisdom industry--at Fisher & LaMonica, P.C., we pride ourselves on offering both unparalleled service and advice.
Erron practices in many aspects of civil litigation from trucking crashes to complex, expert based medical negligence claims and finds the pursuit of justice on behalf of clients to be incredibly rewarding. Erron's background and upbringing provide a unique understanding of the intricacies that a catastrophic injury bring to a home. Erron uses his personal experience to both understand and advocate for his clients, recognizing future needs, often before the clients do themselves.
When not practicing law, Erron spends his time outdoors in nature with his family and playing with his over 300 lbs of rescue dogs, including a great dane/mastiff and a rottweiler/mastiff, and is involved in multiple local charities. Erron prides himself on being accessible and working with his clients to achieve the best possible results.
Michael “Mike” LaMonica is a founding partner of Fisher & LaMonica, P.C. He represents clients throughout the Chicagoland area in matters involving personal injury, medical malpractice, and workers’ compensation. Since forming Fisher & LaMonica, P.C. in 2011, Mike has obtained millions of dollars in settlements and judgments for his clients. Mike was selected by Illinois Super Lawyers in 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017 and 2018 as a “Rising Star,” recognizing the top 2.5% of attorneys in the state.
Clients appreciate Mike’s thorough and personal attention to their legal problems. In addition to being their zealous advocate, Mike is sympathetic to the effect an injury can have on an individual’s ability to work and to care for themselves and their family. For this reason, Mike prides himself on working efficiently to get his clients the compensation they deserve as quickly as the law allows.
Mike earned his law degree from the Chicago Kent College of Law where he also received a CALI award for excellence after earning the highest grade in his medical malpractice class. He earned his undergraduate degree from Indiana University where he graduated with honors. Mike is an active member of the Illinois Trial Lawyers Association, Illinois State Bar Association, and Chicago Bar Association. He is able to communicate with clients in Spanish and Greek.
When Mike is not working, he enjoys spending time with his wife (Emily) and toddler (Andrew). Mike is also an avid sports fan and enjoys traveling,
Michael “MJ” Glink, is a Partner at Fisher & LaMonica, P.C. He represents clients throughout Illinois and the Chicagoland area in matters involving personal injury, medical malpractice, and workers’ compensation. Since joining Fisher & LaMonica, P.C. in 2012, MJ has helped hundreds of clients obtain compensation for injuries arising out of motor vehicle accidents, slip and falls, police brutality, products liability cases, as well as other areas. MJ prides himself on his commitment to serving his clients’ needs and being available 24/7 to help them with their legal issues. MJ has always had a passion for helping people in need, and his dedication to aiding others is the driving force behind his desire to help people who are injured, obtain the compensation they deserve as soon as the law allows. MJ earned his law degree from the Chicago-Kent College of Law where he graduated cum laude and in the top 15% of his class. MJ was also a member of Chicago-Kent’s nationally-ranked trial advocacy team. He earned his undergraduate degree from the University of Wisconsin-Madison where he also graduated with honors. When MJ is not working, he enjoys spending time with his family, playing and watching sports, and listening to music.
Alexis M. Tomczewski is an Associate Attorney for Fisher & LaMonica, P.C. Since joining Fisher & LaMonica, P.C. in 2013, Alexis has been devoted to helping clients obtain compensation for injuries resulting from motor vehicle accidents, slip and falls, and medical malpractice. Alexis is known for her caring and compassionate approach to clients and cases, giving individual attention to each person seeking legal help for injuries caused by the negligence of others.
Alexis is an alumnus of the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign where she obtained a Bachelor’s degree International Studies. Alexis earned her law degree from the Chicago-Kent College of Law. She was admitted to the Illinois bar in 2015 and is a member of the Chicago Bar Association and Illinois Trial Lawyers Association. She also serves on the Board of Directors for the Filipino American Lawyers Association.
Outside the office, Alexis enjoys a variety of activities from reading to exploring Chicago with friends. A Central Illinois native, Alexis loves going back home to spend time with her family.
Patrick Sprague joined Fisher & LaMonica in 2018. Mr. Sprague focuses his efforts on personal injury and medical malpractice claims, representing only the rights of those injured by the negligent or wrongful conduct of another. Prior to joining Fisher & LaMonica, Patrick worked as a trial attorney for nearly six years at one of Chicago's largest insurance defense firms. During his time on the defense bar, Patrick gained invaluable experience and insight that he utilizes to advocate for his clients today. He brings a unique understanding of what happens with your claim on the "other" side of the table.
Patrick is highly experience in each phase of litigation, and he has tried numerous cases to verdict before juries in Cook County. Patrick takes tremendous pride in the fact that his trials have been published in the Jury Verdict Reporter every year of his career. Patrick's familiarity with the defenses and tactics used by insurance companies provide him with a strategic advantage that very few other lawyers in Chicago possess.
Patrick received his bachelor's degree at Eastern Illinois University before graduating Magna Cum Laude from Valparaiso University School of Law. In 2014, Patrick was trained at the National Institute for Trial Advocacy (NITA) in Boulder, Colorado. During that experience, Patrick sharpened his trial advocacy skills and learned from judges all over the country, including one from the 7th Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals. Patrick also holds two of the most prestigious certification in the insurance/risk management industry - Chartered Property Casualty Underwriter (CPCU) & Chartered Life Underwriter (CLU). Each one of these experiences make Patrick a well-round, experience attorney who is a vigorous advocate for his clients.
Patrick is an active member of the Illinois State Bar Association and the Chicago Bar Association, where he was previously selected to sit on the Judicial Evaluation Committee. He also volunteers at the Big Shoulders Fund, and at Maternity BVM, a low income Catholic school on Chicago's west side.
In his free time, Patrick loves spending time with his wife (Jacqueline), watching the Chicago Cubs, and playing golf.
Richard Mallen. Born in Pennsylvania, he began practicing law in 1979 after working as an electrical engineer.
A consumer rights and civil trial lawyer specializing in helping people with insurance, serious injury and death claims, Richard F. Mallen has practiced law in Illinois and other states representing men, women, children and their families in State and Federal Courts.
He has successfully handled a wide variety of cases - serious work injuries, construction accidents, vehicle crashes, dangerous machines, defective products and medical malpractice cases.
Richard F. Mallen is a 1975 engineering graduate of the University of Illinois and has been a registered professional engineer. He attended IIT/Chicago - Kent College of Law and was licensed as an attorney in 1979.
Active in many legal and civic organizations, Richard F. Mallen has been an author and speaker on injury cases, drunk driving crashes, civil litigation and legislation for bar associations, community and professional groups for more than 25 years.
He was elected chairman of the Chicago Bar Association Tort Litigation Committee and has been a member of that group for 28 years, pushing to advance the rights of those injured or killed by negligence.
Richard F. Mallen has worked with investigative reporters to right wrongs and correct injustice as seen on local and national television news. His recent cases have resulted in stories about dangerous road reflectors and helping change the Chicago Public School's policy on paddling athletes. He was honored as Citizen of the Year by the Illinois State Crime Commission for his work reforming alcohol related crash laws in Illinois and serving as the president of Mothers against Drunk Driving, Dupage County Chapter for many years.
Recognized by the Illinois Department of Labor (IDOL) for his expertise in workplace safety, Mr. Mallen was appointed an administrative law Judge to hear the IDOL's case arising out of the 22 death and injuries in the 69 W. Washington Chicago Loop high-rise fire. Under his guidance, the case was settled to all parties' satisfaction.
Richard Mallen also has an interest in teaching and mentoring law students and has taught the Litigation Lab advanced trial course to 2nd and 3rd year law students at Depaul University College of Law in Chicago.
Mallen is a member of the Illinois State Bar Association, Chicago Bar Association, American Association for Justice, Illinois Society of Professional Engineers, American Society of Safety Engineers, and American Society of Agricultural and Biological Engineers. He has been a certified scuba diver, licensed motorcycle rider and holder of an FCC advanced class radio license for more then thirty years.
Mallen has been recognized as an "Illinois Super Lawyer" by Illinois lawyers and welcomes questions from the public, media, or legal profession regarding injury or death matters.
Lee Phillip Forman provides a level of personal service that is lacking in most boutique law firms. Mr. Forman’s more than forty eight years of litigation experience ensure that each client receives the finest legal services.
Mr. Forman is an experienced mediator, having completed the Center for Conflict Resolution’s 40-hour Performance Base Mediation Skills Training and having qualified under Amended Rule 20 of the Circuit Court of Cook County as a qualified mediator. Mr. Forman has an expertise in Medical Malpractice, Personal Injury, Probate matters, Breach of Contract, Nursing Home Liability, Workers’ compensation, Bankruptcy, and General Litigation. Hourly rates will be discussed upon request.