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Natalie Diblich

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Natalie Diblich concentrates her practice in retail and gen­eral negligence, with focuses on premise liability, pharmaceutical negligence, and common carrier negligence.  She regularly defends clients in cases resulting from intentional torts, fall-downs, mis-filled prescriptions, motor vehicle collisions, and wrongful death. Her secondary focus is municipality and governmental tort liability.

Natalie is admitted to practice law in Illinois and Federal courts in Illinois and Indiana. Prior to joining the firm Natalie represented injured parties in their suits for personal injury. Her practice specialized in defending against insurance companies and providing strong evidence of injuries through medical records and doctor’s testimony. Natalie also had the opportunity to represent individual Defendants in personal injury, sexual harassment, retaliation, and EEOC charges. It was during this time that she developed a strong interest in defending against personal injury lawsuits on behalf of companies and insurers.  Natalie’s experience of defending personal injury cases gives her a unique set of skills and provides an advantage of having litigated on both sides of a personal injury suit.

Natalie received her J.D. from U.I.C Law School, where she was a member of the Trial Advocacy and Dispute Resolution Honor’s Counsel. Natalie was also a student and volunteer in the John Marshall Veteran’s Legal Clinic where she provided free legal assistance to veterans that had been improperly denied benefits or were in need of a military discharge upgrade. She drafted briefs appealing those denials.

Natalie received her bachelor’s degree from Roosevelt University, Chicago, where she studied Psychology and Criminology and graduated with Honors.  She was a member of an elite research group who conducted studies on cross race identification, eye-witness testimony, and juror perception of witness/victim credibility. Natalie was also a student volunteer and researcher working with the Bluhm Legal Clinic at Northwestern Pritzker School of Law.

Prior to completing her education Natalie was employed by the Franklin Park Police Department where she was a dispatcher and 911 operator. Natalie was promoted to supervisor after receiving a commendation award for her handling of an in-progress home invasion call that resulted in a fatality. Natalie’s ability to keep the homeowner on the line was able to capture testimony and evidence which aided in a not-guilty verdict at trial for the homeowner.

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Illinois Supreme Court, 2017
Northern District of Illinois, 2022
Northern District of Indiana, 2022


University of Illinois Chicago Law School, J.D.
Roosevelt University


Roosevelt University, Franklin Honor’s Society
Alpha Sigma Lambda
Dean's list
University of Illinois Chicago Law School, Trail Advocacy and Dispute Resolution Honor’s Counsel
Cali Academic Achievement Award in Lawyering Skills, Legal Writing and Research
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