Keenan J. Saulter
Personal Injury and Civil Rights Trial Attorney and Owner at SAULTER LAW P.C.
HONOREE FOR TORCH FOR JUSTICE/ACTIVISM
“An apology for someone’s negligence or misconduct is not justice.”
For relentless Personal Injury and Civil Rights Trial Attorney Keenan J. Saulter, justice is served when his clients are rightfully compensated and the likelihood of the wrongdoing happening to another is decreased.
At Saulter Law P.C., each case is not only an opportunity to obtain justice for clients, but is treated as an opportunity to stop cycles, open eyes, set new standards, and contribute to the greater fight against injustice running rampant in our country.
Clients get more than a competent and compassionate attorney when they hire Keenan. Clients have a tactical advocate fighting for them who is renowned for his commanding courtroom presence and ability to make the truth undeniably plain and obvious to Juries.
Keenan gets results for his clients and is aggressive when it comes to holding negligent people accountable for the injuries they cause.
Keenan has obtained more than $15 Million for his clients, and he has successfully tried several cases to verdict.
In 2018, Keenan was recognized for obtaining one of the Top 50 Jury Verdicts in the State of Illinois, and the 6th largest Civil Rights Verdict.
In 2022, Keenan (led his team at Saulter Law P.C.) to obtain one of the largest Civil Rights Settlements in the State of Illinois in the amount of $2.9 Million.
This Settlement was also featured in Chicago Lawyer Magazine’s 2022 Settlement Survey which examines the top reported settlements and verdicts.
This year’s rankings are based on 393 Illinois settlements of $500,000 or more—Saulter Law P.C.’s $2.9 Million Settlement ranked number 57 on this list, which is filled with many of Chicago’s preeminent personal injury law firms.
With more than 20 years of trial experience and consistent results, Keenan has proven to be a tireless and compassionate advocate for Justice, often continues to be a major threat to police departments, insurance companies, hospitals, and negligent corporations and individuals.
Keenan has handled cases throughout the state of Illinois and has successfully tried and resolved cases in multiple states including California, Texas, and Mississippi.
Keenan is a Member of the Trial Bar for the Federal District Court for the Northern District of Illinois and is admitted to practice before the Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals, and the Federal District Court for the Central District of Illinois.
Keenan serves as the Cook County Bar Association Civil Rights Committee Co-Chair and has previously served as a member of the Board of Directors for the Chicago Lawyers Committee for Civil Rights (prior Board Vice-Chair). Keenan also has previously served as the inaugural Board Chair for the Associate Board of the Chicago Committee—which works to Advance Minority Attorneys at large law firms.
Keenan is a proud Life Member of Iota Phi Theta Fraternity, Inc. and currently serves as a Member of the Board of Directors.