Elizabeth Neidig concentrates her practice in the defense of hospitals, doctors, nurses, nursing homes and other health care providers against medical negligence claims. She has broad experience involving a wide variety of medical claims.
Over the course of her career, Elizabeth has developed a reputation as a conscientious and thorough defense litigator who utilizes all forms of discovery to prove her client’s case. Through the efficient use of written discovery, early motion practice, consulting with experts, witness preparation and the taking of depositions, she has developed a keen ability to utilize the pre-trial process to advance her client’s cases and narrow issues before the Court. Rather than pushing through discovery as a means to an end, Elizabeth ensures that each step along the discovery process highlights the strengths of her client’s position and is performed to assist in the efficient resolution of the case. Elizabeth’s effective use of the discovery process to advance her client’s cases frequently leads to favorable settlements for her clients. She has also proven to be an effective trial advocate as well.
In addition to her health care work, Elizabeth also has experience in the defense of transportation-based personal injury litigation, professional negligence claims and employment actions.
During law school, Elizabeth was a student clinician with the Business Law Center Clinic, a founding member of the Business Law Society and worked with the Career Services Office.
Since joining the bar, Elizabeth has volunteered as a brief judge for moot court competitions in the Chicagoland area, and has served as a panel speaker for the Chicago Area Law School Consortium regarding insurance defense practice.
Loyola University Chicago School of Law, J.D., Dean's List (2005)
University of Colorado, B.A., 2002
U.S. District Court, Northern District of Illinois, 2005