Kenneth J. Allen

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ÁMBITOS DE EJERCICIO PROFESIONAL

Daños personales graves Homicidio culposo Casos de colisión Lesiones relacionadas con el trabajo


Educación

Licenciatura en Inglés, Valparaiso University Estudió en Cambridge (Inglaterra), donde fue miembro del Equipo de Boxeo de Cambridge University (CUABC, por sus siglas en inglés) Indiana University – Bloomington, donde fue becario Stephenson y recibió su título de abogado, cum laude (con honores).


Experiencia

Kenneth Allen es director del estudio jurídico Kenneth J. Allen Law Group, LLC. Este estudio jurídico limita su práctica a la representación de demandantes en litigios por daños personales graves y homicidio culposo, y cuenta con tres sucursales en Indiana e Illinois.

Ha sido designado como abogado de grupo en relación con:
18 de enero de 1993: colisión de trenes South Shore en Gary, Indiana 25 de junio de 1998: accidente de autobús Nurseryland en Gary, Indiana 18 de junio de 1998: colisión entre camión y tren en Portage, Indiana 4 de julio de 2009: colapso del puente Hidden Lake 2012: desastre en la Feria Estatal de Indiana (VanDam contra el Estado de Indiana)

Ha sido designado parte del Comité de Descubrimiento de los Demandantes en relación con: Accidente aéreo en Sioux City, Iowa (vuelo 232 de United Airlines). Kenneth Allen fue juez pro tempore. También es miembro desde hace 30 años del Sindicato de Carpinteros y trabajó como operario de martinete y máquinas (UBC), camionero (IBT) y obrero de ferrocarril (BMWE).


Admisiones

Allen es miembro del Cuerpo de Abogados de la Corte Suprema de los Estados Unidos, las Cortes Supremas de Indiana e Illinois y el Tribunal de Apelaciones del Séptimo Circuito.


Servicio/Actividades comunitarias/Premios

Kenneth Allen y su esposa son Leadership Donors y miembros del grupo filantrópico nacional de colaboradores de United Way conocidos como Tocqueville Society. Este es el nivel más alto de colaboración entre los Leadership Donors de la organización United Way. Kenneth Allen y su esposa también son benefactores de muchas otras organizaciones benéficas (véase la página de Giving Back). Allen recibió el Fifth Annual Child Safety Advocate Award (Quinto Premio Anual al Promotor de la Seguridad Infantil) del Automotive Safety Program (Programa de Seguridad Automovilística) de la Facultad de Medicina de Indiana University, por su dedicación extraordinaria en la promoción de la seguridad infantil. Ha sido entrevistado por la CNN, NBC, CBS, ABC, WGN, FOX, “Dateline”, “Inside Edition”, Oprah y ha sido reconocido en Who’s Who in America (Quién es quién en Estados Unidos) y Who’s Who in American Law (Quién es quién en el derecho estadounidense). Los casos de Kenneth Allen han sido enumerados en Top 100 Verdicts in 2006 (Los mejores 100 veredictos de 2006) de VerdictSearch, así como en Top 10 Verdicts in 2008 (Los 10 mejores veredictos de 2008) de Lawyer’s USA, y reconocidos en Crain’s Chicago Business, The Chicago Sun Times, Chicago Tribune, USA Today y The Wall Street Journal. Ha sido nombrado como uno de los principales abogados litigantes en los Estados Unidos, uno de los 100 mejores abogados litigantes por la American Trial Lawyer’s Association (Asociación Estadounidense de Abogados Litigantes) y ha sido nombrado miembro vitalicio del Multi-Million Dollar Advocates Forum – The Top Trial Lawyers in America. Si usted o un ser querido sufrió una lesión grave o murió debido a actos ilícitos cometidos por un tercero, tiene derecho a presentar una demanda judicial por daños y perjuicios y también a imponer justicia contra el infractor; además, puede comunicarse con los abogados especializados en daños personales del noroeste de Indiana y Chicago de Kenneth J. Allen Law Group para programar una consulta inicial gratuita.


Organizaciones

Kenneth J. Allen es miembro del Cuerpo de Abogados de la Corte Suprema de los Estados Unidos de América, las Cortes Supremas de Indiana e Illinois y el Tribunal de Apelaciones del Séptimo Circuito. Sus conferencias y publicaciones de derecho incluyen:

    • Trying Auto Injury Cases (1991)
    • Crashworthiness and Products Liability (1992)
    • Insurance Bad Faith Law (1994)
    • Tort Reform, Auto Cases and Premises Liability (1995)
    • The ‘New’ Indiana Constitution (1996)

Bad Faith Litigation In Indiana (1997)

  • Achieving Success in the Practice of Personal Injury and Wrongful Death law (1998)

Civil Discovery:

  • Arguing the Tough Issues (2000)
  • You’re On Trial! (2001)
  • Advanced Personal Injury Practice (2002)
  • Personal Injury Settlements (2002)
  • Superior Deposition Strategies (2003)
  • The (Revised) Ten Commandments of Cross Examination (2005)
  • Capítulo 7: Spoliation of Evidence (coautor), TRUCK ACCIDENT LITIGATION, segunda edición (ABA: 2006)
  • Capítulo 32: The Trial–Developing and Utilizing the Theme (coautor), TRUCK ACCIDENT LITIGATION, segunda edición (ABA: 2006)

Voir Dire:

    • A Primer (2007)
    • Five Keys to Successful Cross-Examination (2008)
    • Getting the Most Out of Your Evidence (2008)
    • Building Your Civil Trial Skills (2009)
    • Presenting Damages & Expert Testimony at Trial (2010)
    • Trial Presentation in Trucking Cases (2010)
    • How to Select the Right Jury For Your Case (2010)
    • Masters in the Courtroom (2010)

Winning Jury Verdicts (2010)

  • Trial Techniques in Trucking Cases, TRIAL JOURNAL, Vol. 13, N.o 1 (Invierno de 2011)

Trial in Action:

  • What Role Playing Can Reveal, TRIAL, Vol. 47, N.o 12 (diciembre de 2011)
  • Powerful Demonstrative Evidence (2012)
  • Spoliation of Evidence (coautor), TRUCK ACCIDENT LITIGATION, tercera edición (ABA: 2012)
  • Theories of Liability in Semi-Truck Crashes (2012)
  • Presenting Damages & Life Care Planning Experts in Construction Accident Cases (2012)
  • Big Screen Strategies, TRIAL, Vol. 49, N.o 1 (enero de 2013)
  • Trial, Damages and Obtaining the Excess Verdict (2014);
  • Thinking Outside the Toolbox: Finding Third-Party Liability in Work Accident Cases (coautor), TRIAL, Vol. 50, N.o 4 (abril de 2014).

Pertenencia a asociaciones profesionales
Entre las asociaciones profesionales a las que ha pertenecido y pertenece se encuentran las siguientes:
  • La American Association for Justice (Asociación Estadounidense de Justicia) (mecenas del Foro de Líderes), Indiana Trial Lawyers Association (Asociación de Abogados Litigantes de Indiana) (Socio sustentador), Illinois Trial Lawyers Association (Asociación de Abogados Litigantes de Illinois) (Socio sustentador), Colegios de Abogados de los estados de Indiana e Illinois, National Trial Lawyers Association (Asociación Nacional de Abogados Litigantes), Colegio de Abogados de Chicago, Colegio de Abogados del Condado de Lake (IN), National Asbestos/Mesothelioma Trial Lawyers Association (Asociación Nacional de Abogados Litigantes en Casos de Mesotelioma e Intoxicación con Amianto), National Brain Injury Trial Lawyers Association (Asociación Nacional de Abogados Litigantes en Casos de Lesión Cerebral), National Aviation Trial Lawyers Association (Asociación Nacional de Abogados Litigantes en Casos de Aviación) y Colegio de Abogados de los Estados Unidos de América.
  • Figura entre los mejores abogados de los Estados Unidos, y Law Dragon lo ha designado como uno de los principales abogados litigantes en los Estados Unidos.
  • Miembro del Litigation Counsel of America (Sociedad de Abogados Litigantes de los Estados Unidos)
  • Miembro vitalicio del Multi-Million Dollar Advocates Forum – The Top Trial Lawyers in America, nombrado en Who’s Who in American Law y en la National Advisory Board of the Association of Interstate Trucking Lawyers of America (Junta Asesora Nacional de la Asociación de Abogados de Transporte Interestatal por Camión de los Estados Unidos).
  • También fue nombrado entre los 500 principales abogados de los Estados Unidos.
  • Es miembro vitalicio, mecenas y director de Indiana Bar Foundation (Fundación de Abogados de Indiana), miembro de la UI Arbutus Society y ha sido honrado como Abogado Distinguido por su liderazgo en el derecho.

 

Contacts

info@kenallenlaw.com

AREAS OF PRACTICE

Serious Personal Injury and Wrongful Death Litigation

Semi-Truck Crashes

Worksite and Industrial Injuries

Medical Malpractice Injuries

Motor-Vehicle Collision Cases


Education

Valparaiso University with a B.A. in English

Studied at Cambridge (England) where he was a member of the Cambridge

University Boxing Team (C.U.A.B.C.)

Indiana University - Bloomington, where he was a Stephenson Fellow and received his J.D., cum laude (with honors).


Experience

Mr. Allen is a principal in the law firm of Kenneth J. Allen Law Group, LLC. The firm limits its practice to representation of plaintiffs in serious personal injury and wrongful death litigation, exclusively. Mr. Allen has appeared as counsel for the plaintiff in over 100 trials and published appellate court decisions. His cases have been listed among the country’s “Top 10 Verdicts” and recognized in such publications as USA TODAY, WALL STREET JOURNAL, VANITY FAIR, CRANE’S CHICAGO BUSINESS, CHICAGO SUN TIMES, LA TIMES, BOSTON GLOBE, CHICAGO TRIBUNE, AND THE NEW YORK TIMES.

He has been appointed Class Counsel in re:

January 18, 1993 - South Shore Train Crash at Gary, Indiana

June 25, 1998 - Nurseryland Bus Crash at Gary, Indiana

June 18, 1998 - Truck/Train Collision at Portage, Indiana

July 4, 2009 - Hidden Lake Bridge Collapse

2012 - Indiana State Fair Disaster (VanDam v. State of Indiana)

Mr. Allen was also named to Plaintiffs’ Discovery Committee in the United Airlines DC-10 airplane crash (In re: Air Crash Disaster at Sioux City, Iowa). He has also been interviewed on CNN, NBC, CBS, ABC, WGN, FOX, Dateline, Inside Edition, and on Oprah.

Mr. Allen is a former Judge, pro tempore. He also is a 30-year member of the Carpenter’s Union and worked as a Piledriver and Millright (UBC), Teamster (IBT) and RR Trackman (BMWE).


Admissions

Mr. Allen is a member of the bar of the U.S. Supreme Court, the Indiana and Illinois Supreme Courts and the Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals.


Service / Community Activities / Awards

    Mr. Allen has been a member of the Jeremiah Milbank Society, an elite group of philanthropists dedicated to supporting local Boys & Girls Clubs in America; the IU Arbutus Society, supporting the IU Foundation; the Kimberling Society supporting the Mauer School of Law; the IU Lilly Family School of Philanthropy; the IU School of Medicine: J.O. Ritchey Society. He is a lifetime member of the NAACP (Chairman’s Circle); and was named to the United Way’s Tocqueville Society, which recognizes local philanthropic leaders and volunteer champions in the United Sates and France. He was the recipient of the Fifth Annual Child Safety Advocate Award “for outstanding dedication in forwarding the issues of child safety,” awarded by the IU School of Medicine and the INDIANA SAFE KIDS COALITION. He is a proud supporter of Lambda Legal, Legal Services for the Poor, the Equal Justice Fund and Unite 2 Fight Paralysis. Honored by the Boy Scouts of America-Calumet Council for his community and legal contributions, Mr. Allen has supported that organization as well as the YMCA, the Methodist Hospital Foundation Inc., and the Provena-Saint Joseph Hospital Foundation.

    Mr. Allen has been a longtime supporter of the United Way, sponsoring the Kinderprint program, providing ID kits and safety education to thousands of schoolchildren and the Reading Buddies program, providing 4,000 first and second graders with stuffed animal “buddies” to whom they read for 15 minutes each day. Mr. Allen is also a proud supporter of the Boys & Girls Clubs sponsoring the Kids’ Stop program which provides before and after-school child care for needy families at the local Boys & Girls Club. He also sponsors the Teacher’s of Excellence program, which selects and honors area elementary and high school teachers every week in area newspapers. Working through charities, local schools and Ken4Kids.org, Mr. Allen has also provided thousands of winter coats, bicycle helmets, backpacks filled with school supplies, Thanksgiving meals and Christmas gifts to needy children and families throughout Northwest Indiana for two decades. He has also donated extensively to Catholic Charities as well as the Caring Place for Women and Children and supported the Rainbow Shelter, the Stepping Stone Shelter for Women, St. Jude House, Hilltop Neighborhood House, the Mercy Home for Boys & Girls, Sojourner Truth House, and Chicago South Side Youth.


Presentations/Publications

Mr. Allen’s lectures and legal publications include:

  • Civil Discovery: Arguing the Tough Issues (2000)
  • You’re On Trial! (2001)
  • Advanced Personal Injury Practice (2002)
  • Superior Deposition Strategies (2003)
  • The (Revised) Ten Commandments of Cross Examination (2005)
  • “Chapter 7: Spoliation of Evidence” (co-author) TRUCK ACCIDENT LITIGATION, 2nd Ed. (ABA: 2006)
  • “Chapter 32: The Trial–Developing and Utilizing the Theme” (co-author) TRUCK ACCIDENT LITIGATION, 2nd Ed. (ABA: 2006)
  • Voir Dire: A Primer (2007)
  • Five Keys to Successful Cross-Examination (2008)
  • Getting the Most Out of Your Evidence (2008)
  • Building Your Civil Trial Skills (2009)
  • Presenting Damages & Expert Testimony at Trial (2010)
  • Trial Presentation in Trucking Cases (co-author) (2010)
  • How to Select the Right Jury For Your Case (2010)
  • Masters in the Courtroom (2010)
  • Winning Jury Verdicts (2010)
  • Trial Techniques in Trucking Cases (co-author), TRIAL JOURNAL, Vol. 13, No.1 (Winter 2011)
  • Trial in Action: What Role Playing Can Reveal, TRIAL, Vol. 47, No. 12 (December 2011)
  • Powerful Demonstrative Evidence (2012)
  • “Spoliation of Evidence” (co-author) TRUCK ACCIDENT LITIGATION, 3rd Ed. (ABA: 2012)
  • Theories of Liability in Semi-Truck Crashes (2012)
  • Presenting Damages & Life Care Planning Experts in Construction Accident Cases (2012)
  • “Big Screen Strategies,” TRIAL, Vol. 49, No. 1 (January 2013)
  • Trial, Damages and Obtaining the Excess Verdict (2014);
  • “Thinking Outside the Toolbox: Finding Third-Party Liability in Work Accident Cases” (co-author), Trial, Vol. 50, No. 4 (April 2014);
  • Getting the Most Out of Expert Witnesses (2014);
  • Winning Brain Injury Cases (2014);
  • Representing Your Client in Federal Court: Testimony Tactics (2016);
  • Things You didn’t Learn in Law School (2016);
  • Creative Presentation of Evidence in Traumatic Brain Injury Cases (2017);
  • Interrogation with DDC in Semi-Truck Cases (2017).

Professional Association Memberships
Mr. Allen’s professional honors and association memberships, past and present, include:
  • The American Association for Justice (Leader’s Forum Patron).
  • The Indiana and Illinois Trial Lawyers Associations (sustaining member)
  • Indiana and Illinois State Bar Associations
  • The American Bar Association
  • The Chicago Bar Association
  • Mr. Allen is also a member of the National Asbestos/Mesothelioma Trial Lawyers Association, the National Brain Injury Trial Lawyers Association, and the National Aviation Trial Lawyers Association
  • Mr. Allen has been repeatedly listed in THE BEST LAWYERS IN AMERICA and by LAW DRAGON as one of the Leading Plaintiff’s Lawyers in America
  • Mr. Allen is a Fellow of the Litigation Counsel of America
  • Mr. Allen is a Life Member of the Multi-Million Dollar Advocates Forum-The Top Trial Lawyers in America, listed in Who’s Who in American Law and named to the National Advisory Board of the Association of Interstate Trucking Lawyers of America
  • Mr. Allen was also named among the 500 Leading Lawyers in America
  • Mr. Allen is a Life Patron Fellow and served as President of the INDIANA BAR FOUNDATION (2016-2017) and was also honored by the INDIANA LAWYER as a Distinguished Barrister “for leadership in the law”.
  • Reported Appellate Decisions
    • Laporte Cmty. Sch. Corp. v. Rosales, 963 N.E.2d 520 (2012)

    • Estate of Vandam v. Daniels, 278 F.R.D. 415 (2011)

    • A.S. v. LaPorte Reg’l Health Sys., 921 N.E.2d 853 (2010)

    • Storey v. Leonas, 904 N.E.2d 229 (2009)

    • Funston v. Sch. Town of Munster, 849 N.E.2d 595 (2006)

    • Franciose v. Jones, 910 N.E.2d 862 (2009)

    • Van Swol v. ISG Burns Harbor, LLC, 491 F. Supp. 2d 80 (2008)

    • Florio v. Tilley and Calark International, Inc., 875 N.E.2d 253 (2007)

    • Bond v. Walsh & Kelly, Inc., 869 N.E.2d 1264 (2007)

    • R & D Transp., Inc. v. A.H., 855 N.E.2d 996 (2006)

    • Recio v. GR-MHA Corp., 366 Ill. App. 3d 48

    • 851 N.E.2d 106 (2006)

    • Allstate Ins. Co. v. Fields, 842 N.E.2d 804 (2006)

    • Reliable Dev. Corp. v. Berrier, 851 N.E.2d 983 (2006)

    • Walker v. Emplrs Ins. of Wausau, 846 N.E.2d 1098 (2006)

    • Fifth Third Bank v. CSX Corp., 415 F.3d 741 ( 2005)

    • Parks v. Guidant Corp., 402 F. Supp. 2d 964 (2005)

    • Anderson v Griffin, 397 F.3d 515 (7th Cir. 2005)

    • Madden v. INDOT, 832 N.E.2d 1122 (2005)

    • In re Estate of Hammar, 832 N.E.2d 1065 (2005)

    • Mesman v. Crane Pro Services, 409 F.3D 846 (2005)

    • Monroe Guaranty Ins. Co. v. Berrier, 827 N.E.2d 158 (2005)

    • Funston v. School Town of Munster, 822 N.E.2d 985 (2004), transfer granted 831 N.E.2d 748 (2005)

    • Csicsko v. Hill, 808 N.E.2d 80 (2004)

    • Woodley v. Fields, 819 N.E.2d 123 (2004), transfer granted, 831 N.E.2d 750 (2005)

    • Messer v. Cerestar USA, Inc., 803 N.E.2d 1240 (2004)

    • Fifth Third Bank v. CSX Corp., 306 F.Supp.2d 841 (2004)

    • Strack and Van Til, Inc. v. Carter, 803 N.E.2d 666 (2004)

    • Evans v. Buffington Harbor River Boats, LLC, 799 N.E.2d 1103 (2003)

    • Wright v. American States Ins. Co., 765 N.E.2d 690 (2002)

    • Indian Trucking v. Harber, 752 N.E.2d 168 (Ind.App. 2001)

    • Kleen v. Homak Mfg. Co., Inc., 749 N.E.2d 26 (2001)

    • Schmidt v. American Trailer Court, Inc., 721 N.E.2d 1251 (1999)

    • Pluard ex rel. Pluard v. Patients Compensation Fund, 705 N.E.2d 1035 (1999)

    • Barclay v. Universal Underwriters Group, 703 N.E.2d 169 (1998)

    • Grand Trunk Western R. Co. v. Kapitan, 698 N.E.2d 363 (1998)

    • Thiele v. State Farm Mut. Auto. Ins. Co., 973 F.Supp. 1091 (1997)

    • In re Train Collision at Gary, Ind. on Jan. 18, 1993, 670 N.E.2d 902 ( 1996)

    • In re Train Collision at Gary, Ind. on Jan. 18, 1993, 654 N.E.2d 1137 (1995)

    • Osmulski v. Becze, 638 N.E.2d 828, (1994)

    • Precision Erecting, Inc. v. Wokurka, 638 N.E.2d 472 (1994)

    • Voight v. Subaru-Isuzu Automotive, Inc., 141 F.R.D. 99 (1992)

    • Allen v. Scherer, 452 N.E.2d 1031, 13 Ed. Law Rep. 128 (1983)

  • Articles / Journals / Seminars
    • Mr. Allen is a frequent speaker at Continuing Legal Education seminars attended by attorneys, judges and insurance claims professionals, and his presentations and publications include:

    • 1991 – Trying Auto Injury Cases

    • 1992 – Crashworthiness and Products Liability

    • 1994 – Insurance Bad Faith Law

    • 1995 – Tort Reform, Auto Cases and Premises Liability

    • 1996 – The ‘New’ Indiana Constitution

    • 1997 – Bad Faith Litigation In Indiana

    • 1998 – Achieving Success in the Practice of Personal Injury and Wrongful Death law

    • 2000 – Civil Discovery: Arguing the Tough Issues

    • 2001 – You’re On Trial!

    • 2002 – Advanced Personal Injury Practice

    • 2002 – Personal Injury Settlements

    • 2003 – Superior Deposition Strategies

    • 2005 – The (Revised) Ten Commandments of Cross Examination

    • “Chapter 7: Spoliation of Evidence” (co-author)

    • 2006 – “Chapter 32: The Trial–Developing and Utilizing the Theme” (co-author)Truck Accident Litigation, 2nd Ed.

    • 2007 – Voir Dire: A Primer

    • 2008 – Five Keys to Successful Cross-Examination

    • 2008 – Getting the Most Out of Your Evidence

    • 2009 – Building Your Civil Trial Skills

    • 2010 – Presenting Damages & Expert Testimony at Trial

    • 2010 – Trial Presentation in Trucking Cases

    • 2010 – How to Select the Right Jury For Your Case

    • 2010 – Masters in the Courtroom

    • 2010 – Winning Jury Verdicts

    • Winter 2011 – Trial Techniques in Trucking Cases, Trial Journal, Vol. 13, No.1

    • December 2011 – Trial in Action: What Role Playing Can Reveal, Trial, Vol. 47, No. 12 and “Spoliation of Evidence” (co-author)

    • 2012 – Truck Accident Litigation, 3rdEd. “Spoliation of Evidence” (co-author) Truck Accident Litigation, 3rd Ed.

    • 2012 – Theories of Liability in Semi-Truck Crashes (co-author)

    • 2012 – Presenting Damages & Life Care Planning Experts in Construction Accident Cases

    • January 2013 – “Big Screen Strategies,” Trial, Vol. 49, No. 1

    • 2014 – Trial, Damages and Obtaining the Excess Verdict

    • April 2014 – “Thinking Outside the Toolbox: Finding Third-Party Liability in Work Accident Cases” (co-author), Trial, Vol. 50, No. 4

    • He is a Sustaining Member of the American Association for Justice, Indiana Trial Lawyers Association and Illinois Trial Lawyers Association, and holds membership in the Indiana State Bar Association, the Illinois State Bar Association, the Chicago Bar Association

    • Lake County (Indiana) Bar Association, Porter County (Indiana) Bar Association, the American Bar Association and is a Fellow of the Indiana Bar Foundation.

    • April 2014 – “Thinking Outside the Toolbox: Finding Third-Party Liability in Work Accident Cases” (co-author), Trial, Vol. 50, No. 4

    • 2014 – Trial, Damages and Obtaining the Excess Verdict

    • January 2013 – “Big Screen Strategies,” Trial, Vol. 49, No. 1

    • 2012 – Presenting Damages & Life Care Planning Experts in Construction Accident Cases

    • 2012 – Theories of Liability in Semi-Truck Crashes (co-author)

    • 2012 – “Spoliation of Evidence” (co-author) Truck Accident Litigation, 3rd Ed.

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