CHICAGO, IL – Christopher T. Miller, Managing Partner of Kelley Kronenberg’s Chicago office, was included on the list of 2016 Illinois Super Lawyers, in the area of Construction Litigation: Business. Super Lawyers® is a prestigious rating service that recognizes outstanding lawyers from more than 70 practice areas who have attained peer recognition and professional achievement. From 2010 to 2012, Mr. Miller was included on Super Lawyer’s list of Illinois Rising Stars, and he has been named to the Illinois Super Lawyers list in 2014 and 2015.
The annual selections are made using a multi-phased process, which includes a statewide survey of lawyers, an independent research evaluation of candidates, and peer reviews by practice area.
Mr. Miller is an accomplished trial attorney who has handled multi-million dollar Construction and Products Liability cases. Additionally, he handles matters involving Retail, Commercial Litigation, Public Entity and Governmental Liability. His background includes significant experience defending injury claims involving traumatic brain injuries (TBI), wrongful death, burn injuries, cervical and lumbar spine injuries, and catastrophic property damages.
Mr. Miller is a published author and contributor in numerous periodicals and bar association publications, including: the Illinois Trial Lawyers Association, Chicago Bar Association’s Young Lawyers Section, Illinois Institute for Continuing Legal Education, UR Chicago, Chicago Tribune Red Eye and the Associated Press. He is also on the Board of Directors of the Hispanic American Construction Industry Association (HACIA), and a member of the Association of Subcontractors and Affiliates (ASA) and The Claims and Litigation Management Alliance (CLM).
Before beginning his legal career, Mr. Miller was the host of “Local 101,” a radio show on Q101. His on-air moniker was “Chris Payne.” He has also served as a Grammy Committee Member for the Chicago Chapter of the Recording Academy.
Mr. Miller is licensed to practice law in Illinois’ state and federal courts, as well as Indiana on a pro hac vice basis. He earned his law degree from DePaul University College of Law and his Bachelor of Arts degree from Loyola University Chicago.