Professionals & Businesses for Justice Annual Business Partners Program
The Professionals & Businesses for Justice business partners program was created to offer businesses the opportunity to market their services to ITLA members. Their financial contributions help us in our efforts to protect the civil justice system.
CLICK HERE for the program brochure.
ITLA thanks the following businesses for their support and encourages members to utilize the services of our “Professionals & Businesses for Justice” partners.
CLICK HERE to view our business partners by category type or scroll down to view sponsorship levels.
Legacy and Benefactors partners have a link from our website to theirs. Just click on their name below to take you directly there.
Life’s Plan Inc. Pooled Trust
Groundwork Trial Consulting
Beacon Rehab Life Care Planner/Econ/Voc
U.S. Legal Support, Inc.
Athletico Physical Therapy
ATI Physical Therapy
Kelly Ramsdale & Associates
High Impact, Inc.
Evergreen Structured Settlement
Artery Studios Inc.
Midland States Bank-Settlement Trust
ATG LegalServe, Inc.
Amicus Court Reporters, a division of Pohlman Reporting Company LLC
Alliant Mesirow Structured Settlements
Preferred Med Network
Haibeck & Associates Legal Nurse Consulting
Synergy Settlement Services
Medivest Benefit Advisors, Inc.
JJ Capital Group, Inc.
Wintrust Wealth Management
Record Reform (a MedQuest Co.)
Rubin Law, A Professional Corporation
Magna Legal Services
FindLaw, a Thomson Reuters Business
Advocacy Digital Media
Pacey & Associates, Legal Nurse Consulting
Wells Fargo Private Bank
Ametros Financial Corp.
Balasa Dinverno Foltz, LLC
Do you have businesses you regularly use? Do they provide your trial graphics, copying, process servers or photography? Then we need their help (and yours) to protect the civil justice system.
There are 2 ways ITLA members can help:
- Support the businesses that support ITLA through their PBJ membership.
- If you use a business that is not a PBJ member, call Tracey Tate, in the ITLA office immediately – 800-252-8501.
Don’t wait. Act now, and be a part of protecting the civil justice system.