Attorney Alexis Pool began at Roberts Bartolic LLP as a law clerk in December 2014. As a clerk, Alexis worked on numerous disability benefit claims. During law school, Alexis also interned for the Honorable Judge David B. Atkins of the Circuit Court of Cook County, Chancery Division, and served as a Coles Fellow at the Illinois Human Rights Commission. Alexis took leadership roles in law school on both the John Marshall Law Review Editorial Board and the Trial Advocacy & Dispute Resolution Honors Board. Additionally, Alexis competed in Moot Court, negotiation, mediation, arbitration, and client counseling. She continues her involvement in the John Marshall Law School Trial Advocacy & Dispute Resolution Honors Council as a coach of competition teams. Alexis joined Roberts Bartolic LLP, as an associate attorney in August 2015. She is enthusiastic about taking a client-centered approach to ERISA matters and is dedicated to advancing the interests of employees and beneficiaries to ensure their rights are protected..
Michael Bartolic: ERISA Litigation Attorney Michael Bartolic represents executives, managers and other professionals in all aspects of ERISA § 502(a) litigation over a denials of claims for benefits and breaches of fiduciary duty. He handles claims for long-term disability insurance, long-term care insurance, life and accidental death insurance, severance benefits, and retirement plan benefits. Disability cases he handled have altered the way administrators review claims for other […]
Michelle Roberts: ERISA Litigation Attorney For over a decade, Michelle Roberts has been a successful advocate for disabled individuals and employees. Ms. Roberts specializes in claims for benefits under the Employee Retirement Income Security Act (ERISA), specifically claims for disability benefits. Michelle has obtained short and long-term disability benefits from insurance companies that had wrongfully denied her clients’ claims. Michelle has represented over one hundred individuals at […]
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