Erron H. Fisher


Since entering practice in 2005, Mr. Fisher has focused his career solely on the representation of persons injured by the negligent or wrongful conduct of another. Mr. Fisher is a tireless advocate for his clients and has achieved numerous awards and settlements of a million dollars or greater, including working on trial teams for results well into seven figures and gross awards in excess of $22,000,000.00.

Mr. Fisher dedicates his practice to all areas of complex tort litigation, including medical malpractice, trucking/commercial carrier litigation, automobile collisions, premises liability, firearms negligence, product liability, Federal Tort Claims Act (FTCA), fire and industrial litigation. Mr. Fisher is experienced representing individuals and families of those suffering catastrophic injuries such as traumatic brain injuries, spinal injuries, burn injuries, amputations and families who have suffered the untimely loss of a loved one. Raised in a family with a severely disabled sibling from birth helps provide the professional and personal background for understanding and representing clients that have suffered immense tragedy and the financial and social difficulties related to life changing injuries and illness.

He has been selected by Illinois Super Lawyers as a “Rising Star,” in 2014, 2015, 2016 and 2017 recognizing the top 2.5% of attorneys in the state and is a member of the Illinois Trial Lawyers Association, American Bar Association, Chicago Bar Association and multiple other professional associations. He is licensed to practice in the State of Illinois and before the United States District Court, Northern District of Illinois.

Outside of the office, Erron enjoys spending time time with his family and rescue dogs. Mr. Fisher often donates his time, attention and legal skills to local animal rescues, notable causes and community activities. Erron frequents Chicago jazz and blues clubs and has a background not only as a music lover but also a classical and jazz trained musician (trumpet, piano, and guitar), winning numerous live performance awards. He was one of the youngest people in Illinois to train as an Emergency Medical Technician (EMT-B), obtaining state approval before age 18.

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