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As of counsel to Fieger Law, Ryan Timoney advocates on behalf of victims suffering from brain injuries and other catastrophic injuries. Ryan devotes his practice to complex medical malpractice litigation with a particular focus on children who have suffered birth injuries. Ryan has fought to hold hospitals, doctors, and nurses accountable for their mistakes, successfully recovering millions of dollars for victims across the United States.
Ryan graduated with honors from The John Marshall Law School. During law school, Ryan was elected Managing Editor of the John Marshall Review of Intellectual Property Law, overseeing every aspect of publication. Before law school, Ryan attended Bradley University, where he majored in Mechanical Engineering.
Ryan’s technical background has been key to his success, helping him to understand the science behind his cases and giving him a unique perspective on the law. As both a litigator and independent consultant for other attorneys, Ryan has developed a particular expertise uncovering “lost” or altered electronic medical records.
Ryan’s interest in the law stems from his father, Tim, a well-respected criminal defense attorney in Springfield, Illinois. With a desire to litigate from a young age, Ryan is passionate about his work and is dedicated to being the voice for young children who have been harmed.
Ryan currently lives in the suburbs of Chicago with his wife and best friend, Laura, who is a Registered Nurse, and their son, Lachlan. While not practicing law, Ryan enjoys spending time with family and friends, as well as playing golf, water skiing, and cheering on the local Chicago sports teams.
Ryan is licensed to practice law in Illinois, the Northern District of Illinois, and Michigan. He has been named Top 40 Under 40 Civil Plaintiff Trial Lawyers in Illinois by The National Trial Lawyers. He is an active member of the Illinois Trial Lawyers Association, the American Association for Justice, and the Birth Trauma Litigation Group.