Insurance Coverage Opinion, Analysis, & Litigation
Workers' Compensation Defense
- The John Marshall Law School, Chicago, Illinois
- Edinboro University of Pennsylvania
- U.S. Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit
- United States Supreme Court
Steven C. Wolf
Steven Wolf is based in the firm’s Chicago Office. Steven has more than 35 years of experience as a civil trial attorney. He has tried more than 55 jury trials to verdict. He has tried more than 25 cases to verdict involving damages in excess of $1 million.Steven’s practice focuses primarily on insurance defense, insurance coverage, and workers’ compensation defense. A significant part of his practice is devoted to defending cases arising out of construction activities. He has tried over 150 Worker's Compensation claims before Arbitrators at the Illinois Workers Compensation Commission. He has also tried insurance coverage cases to verdict. In addition, he has handled numerous appeals before the First, Second, Third, and Fourth Appellate Districts, as well as the Workers Compensation Division of the Appellate Court.
Steven has also been selected to act as Arbitrator in numerous uninsured and under-insured automobile cases. In addition, he has been sought out and retained by other attorneys to act as trial counsel in complex tort cases. He has presented numerous seminars to insurance companies and other clients on subjects related to Illinois tort law and the defense of Workers' Compensation claims.
Steven completed his undergraduate education at Edinboro University of Pennsylvania. His legal education was completed at The John Marshall Law School in Chicago.
Steven is licensed in all courts in the state of Illinois, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit and The United States Supreme Court.
Steven is a member of the Chicago Bar Association, Illinois State Bar Association, and the Illinois Association of Defense Trial Counsel. He previously served as the Secretary, Vice Chair, and Chair of the Tort Litigation Committee of the Chicago Bar Association.