Christian J. Michalik is an associate attorney with the subrogation law firm Keis George LLP. Christian joined the Chicago, Illinois office to bolster the firm’s litigation practice. His practice concentrates on personal and commercial auto losses including property damage and injury claims, as well as property and product defect matters.
Before joining Keis George, Christian served in the McHenry County State’s Attorney’s Office as a prosecutor, gaining valuable bench and jury trial experience.
Christian’s litigation background provides a great resource for putting forward the best case including direct and cross-examination of witnesses and closing out with a compelling argument. He has quickly become an invaluable resource to his colleagues in Illinois.
Christian received his J.D. from the University of Illinois-Chicago School of Law and earned a political science degree from the University of Utah. In law school, Christian served as the lead publications editor for the Journal of Information Technology and Privacy Law. Christian is a member of the Illinois State Bar Association, the Cook County Bar Association, and the Chicago Bar Association.
Hailing from Michigan and going west for undergraduate studies in Utah, Christian found his way back to the Midwest to make Chicago home. He continues to love travel and the outdoors. From the slopes in Utah to the backcountry of Northern Michigan, Christian believes you should do what makes you happy and truly live a life worth living.