Adam J. Krohn is one of the founding partners of Krohn & Moss, Ltd. Consumer Law Center® He has been admitted to practice law in Illinois, Missouri and before the U.S. Court of Appeals 7th Circuit, the U.S. District Court Central District of Illinois, the U.S. District Court Northern District of Illinois, the U.S. District Court Northern District of Indiana, The Supreme Court of Illinois and the Supreme Court of Missouri.
Mr. Krohn was chosen as the guest speaker at the Chicago Bar Association's 'Consumer Rip-Offs' seminar held at the Harold Washington Library. He is also an active member of the YLS Consumer Fraud Sub-Committee and submitted a proposal to the Committee regarding the Illinois New Vehicle Buyer Protection Act that would enhance state warranty rights.
Mr. Krohn has been featured on CLTV News, Channel 5's Target 5 News Reports, the Gazette News Service, the Chicago Sun Times and was featured in The Reader's 25th Anniversary Celebration issue. He also had one of his jury verdicts reported in the Chicago Daily Law Bulletin (Bantz vs. Mercedes Benz of North America).
Mr. Krohn has tried to verdict many consumer cases in both state and federal court. In May of 1998, Mr. Krohn obtained a $78,866.25 sum for his client, Pamela Connor. A federal jury awarded her another $27,166.25 (on a $22,000 vehicle and she was able to retain ownership of the subject vehicle) and awarded her another $1700 in punitive damages. The trial judge later awarded an additional $25,000 in punitive damages against Ford Motor Company and Krohn & Moss, Ltd. Consumer Law Center® settled its attorneys' fees which Ford Motor Company was required to pay.
Mr. Krohn has also successfully briefed and argued cases before the Seventh Circuit of Illinois in matters which have had enormous impact on consumers.
Mr. Krohn is a graduate of the University of San Diego School of Law. He was an associate at Daniel Suber & Associates, and also at Friedman & Olson, Ltd. where he practiced civil litigation. Since 1995, he has devoted his professional career to fighting for the rights of consumers.
Mr. Krohn was also an Adjunct Professor of Consumer Law at Chapman University School of Law.