Christopher was admitted to practice law by the State Bar of Illinois in November 2005 and the United States District Court of the Northern District of Illinois in June 2006. Christopher was admitted to the State Bar of Texas in February 2021. During his law school career, Christopher was selected as a member of The National Order of Barristers and the Texas Aggies Bar Association. He earned his Juris Doctorate from Texas Wesleyan School of Law in Fort Worth, Texas in May of 2005. During his law school career, Christopher was selected as a member of The National Order of Barristers. He was a National Finalist and Regional Champion in the American Bar Association’s 2005 Representation in Mediation Competition and a National Finalist in the American Bar Association’s 2004-2005 Negotiation Competition.
Christopher earned his Master of Arts in the Christian Education (M.A.C.E.) from Dallas Theological Seminary in 1999 and his Bachelor of Arts Degree from Florida Bible College in 1994; and is a member of the Winnebago County Bar Association, Illinois State Bar Association and Illinois Trial Lawyers Association. He also attended Texas Wesleyan University School of Law in Fort Worth, now known as Texas A&M University School of Law.
Jason is a lifelong resident of Rockford, Illinois and a graduate of Jefferson High School. He graduated from Augustana College, Rock Island, Illinois in 1993, and then graduated from Northern Illinois University College of Law with honors, in 1996. He is licensed to practice law in the state of Illinois and in the United States District Court for the Northern District of Illinois. He is a member of both the Winnebago County and State of Illinois Bar Associations. He is a graduate of the National Institute for Trial Advocacy, a certified arbitrator and mediator for the 17th Judicial Circuit, and an appointed draft board member of the Selective Service System.
Jason concentrates his practice in the areas of worker’s compensation, personal injury, automobile accident liability, wills, probate estates, real estate transactions, and Social Security Disability.
After graduating from Auburn High School in Rockford in 1965, Gary joined the Army in April 1966 and by October 1966 was stationed in Vietnam serving as a Crew Chief on a helicopter. He served in Vietnam for over a year and after three years was honorably discharged from the Army. Upon his discharge he worked in construction and in local factories before joining the Rockford Police Department.
Gary served on the Rockford Police department for ten years and left to continue his education. He attended Thomas Cooley Law School and graduated in January 1986. He is licensed to practice law in the State of Illinois and in Federal Court. His background gives him a unique perspective in the area of criminal defense. His practice is focused in the area of personal injury, workers’ compensation, and criminal defense.
Randy received a Bachelor of Science degree with high honors from Illinois State University in 1971. He graduated second in his class from Washington University School of Law in 1974 and upon graduating was elected to the National Honor Society Order of the Coif.
Randy was admitted to practice in the State of Illinois and Federal Court system in 1974. Since Randy initiated his practice, he has specialized in the area of civil trial work and has tried hundreds of injury cases before a jury or arbitration panel. Randy has received, during the course of his litigation career, record setting and/or large verdicts in Winnebago, Ogle, Lee, Whiteside, Stephenson and other Northern Illinois and Wisconsin counties.
Randy is a member of Winnebago County Bar Association, Illinois State Bar Association, Illinois Trial Lawyers Association, and American Trial Lawyers Association. He has served on various boards and in positions of leadership for numerous local not-for-profit organizations and educational institutions.