Chris Mose is a savvy litigator and negotiator who concentrates in workers’ compensation law. He represents many clients who work in the automotive industry, and he has numerous cases involving injury due to repetitive motion. A dedicated champion of worker’s rights, Chris takes pride in delivering favorable results for his clients.
Prior to joining Katz Friedman in 2002, he worked for a law firm representing Teamster locals and unions in the building trades. He has frequently argued before the Illinois Appellate Court, most notably in the case Ware v. Industrial Commission which allowed workers’ compensation coverage for truck drivers who are owner-operators. Chris periodically gives speeches on workers’ compensation issues to unions and other clients, and has also lectured on advanced workers’ compensation issues for the National Business Institute.
He attended law school at the University of Illinois, and received his Juris Doctor with honors in 1992. He received his bachelor’s degree from the same institution in 1989. He is an active member of the Illinois Workers’ Compensation Lawyers Association and the Illinois State Bar Association.