G. Grant Dixon III


Location:
LaGrange, Illinois
Phone:
708-354-9880 (Local)
888-354-9880 (Toll-Free)

Areas of Practice

  • Legal Malpractice
  • Medical Malpractice
  • Motor Vehicle Accidents -- Plaintiff
  • Personal Injury -- Plaintiff
  • Wrongful Death - Plaintiff

Litigation Percentage

  • 100% of Practice Devoted to Litigation

Bar Admissions

  • Illinois, 1991

Education

  • John Marshall Law School, Chicago, Illinois

Classes/Seminars

  • Damages in Illinois Civil Trial Practice, National Business Institute
  • Speaker, Medical Malpractice: Jury Selection, Illinois Trial Lawyers Association
  • Supreme Court Review and Preview, Dixon Law Office
  • Mastering the Trial Notebook in Illinois, Institute for Paralegal Education
  • U.S. Supreme Court: Review and Preview, Dixon Law Office
  • Speaker, How to Write a Business Plan & Arranging Office Space, John Marshal Law School
  • Meet the Small & Mid-Sized Firms: Panel & Reception
  • Judicial Clerkship Day
  • U.S. Supreme Court: Review and Preview, Dixon Law Office
  • Interviewing Techniques, John Marshall Law School
  • Speaker, Trying Your First Case: Jury Selection and Jury Instructions, Chicago Bar Association
  • Supreme Court Rule 213 and its Impact in Tort Litigation; Automobile Accident and Premises Liability Cases: Lay Opinion Testimony, Illinois State Bar Association
  • Speaker, What’s New in Tort & Trial, Civil Practice Update & Review Seminar - Toxic Torts 101, Illinois Trial Lawyers Association
  • Speaker, Issues and Techniques for the Settlement of Personal Injury Cases: Using the Internet for Injury and Settlement Information, Illinois State Bar Association
  • Speaker, Trying Your First Case, 60 Days Before Trial, Chicago Bar Association Young Lawyers Section

Past Employment Positions

  • Corboy & Demetrio, Litigator
  • Honorable Charles R. Norgle, Sr., of the United States District Court for the Northern District of Illinois, Judicial Clerk

Latest News

  • The July Effect

    July is a bad month to get sick. According to this recent Men’s Health article, that’s because in some hospitals, death rates spike in July. Patients are between 4 and 12 percent more likely to die than they are in other months, according to a review from the University ...

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  • Workers Compensation Part 13 Death and Survivors Benefits

    We wrap up our series on Workers’ Compensation with a final post on a subject that is difficult to imagine and discuss – death and survivor’s benefits. Unfortunately, employees are killed on the job or die as a result of injuries sustained at work.

    Death and Survivors’ Benefits – Burial ...

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  • Workers Compensation Part 12 Permanent Total Disability Benefits

    We continue our series on Workers’ Compensation with a discussion of Permanent Total Disability (PTD) Benefits. 

    Permanent Total Disability Benefits – PTD is either the permanent and complete loss of use of both hands, both arms, both feet, both legs, both eyes, or any two such parts, e.g., one leg ...

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  • Workers Compensation Part 11 Permanent Partial Disability Benefits

    Next up in our Workers’ Compensation Series is a look at Permanent Partial Disability (PPD) Benefits.  

    Permanent Partial Disability Benefits – PPD is a) the complete or partial loss of a part of the body; or b) the complete or partial loss of use of a part of the ...

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  • Workers Compensation Part 10 Vocational Rehab and Maintenance Benefits

    We continue our series on Workers’ Compensation – what it is, what to do if you find yourself needing to make a workers’ comp claim, and how to navigate the various stages of the process – with a discussion of vocational rehabilitation and maintenance benefits.

    Vocational Rehabilitation and Maintenance Benefits...

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  • Workers Compensation Part 9 Temporary Partial Disability Benefits

    We continue our series on Workers’ Compensation with a discussion of temporary partial disability (TPD) benefits.

    Temporary Partial Disability (TPD) Benefits – TPD is the benefit that may be received during the period in which an injured employee is still healing and is working light duty, on a part-time or ...

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  • Workers Compensation Part 8 Temporary Total Disability Benefits

    We continue our series on Workers’ Compensation with a discussion about temporary total disability (TTD) benefits.

    Temporary Total Disability (TTD) Benefits – TTD is the benefit that an injured employee receives during the period in which the employee is either: a) temporarily unable to return to any work, as indicated ...

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  • Workers Compensation Part 7 Medical Benefits

    We continue our series on Workers’ Compensation – what it is, what to do if you find yourself needing to make a workers’ comp claim, and how to navigate the various stages of the process – with a discussion on the medical benefits that are covered.

    Medical Benefits – In ...

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  • Workers Compensation Part 6 What if Employer Will Not Pay

    We continue our series on Workers’ Compensation by discussing what to do if your employer won’t pay.

    What To Do If the Employer Won’t Pay– The Commission has awarded benefits, but the employer is not paying. In this situation, it is a good idea for the employee to hire ...

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  • Workers Compensation Part 5 How Claims Are Resolved

    We continue our series on Workers’ Compensation by discussing how claims are resolved at the Illinois Workers’ Compensation Commission.

    How Are Claims Resolved– An arbitrator of the Commission will conduct a trial, relying on Illinois law, rules of evidence, precedent set by previous workers’ compensation cases, and the Rules ...

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