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Bolen Robinson & Ellis, LLP

Welcome to the Bloomington-Normal office of Bolen Robinson & Ellis, LLP. We are a team of trial lawyers who focus on plaintiffs’ personal injury, complex civil litigation, and appeals. We represent injured clients and their families throughout the State of Illinois, and look forward to hearing how we can help you.

Bolen Robinson & Ellis, LLP


308 East Washington
Suite B

Bloomington IL 61701

Jon D. Robinson

Partner

Jon Robinson is a founding partner of Bolen Robinson & Ellis, LLP. He has a reputation for taking on the toughest fights and winning.

Education:
University of Illinois, B.A.
University of Tennessee, J.D. (1971)
Admitted To Practice Law:
Illinois
Central District of Illinois
Southern District of Illinois
Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals
United States Supreme Court

Background & Expertise

Jon is the force behind the success of BRE Law and is a model of integrity, passion, and excellence. For more than 45 years, he has taken on the cases rejected by the big firms and fought for the underdog.

Jon has received record-setting results when going up against some of the nation’s largest corporations. He has traveled the country to represent individuals injured by defective shotguns. He also served as lead counsel to fight for the rights of retirees in a complicated case involving ERISA violations that was appealed to the Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals.

Jon continues to litigate complex cases in State and Federal Courts throughout the United States. He also is active in the community and has supported the United Way, Boys Club, and YMCA. He also has served on the board of directors for Mutual Home & Savings Bank and St. Mary’s Hospital in Decatur.

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The Good Fight

Over his career, Jon has received nationwide recognition for his work on major tort and class action lawsuits, including defective product cases. This included serving as co-lead counsel in a product defect case on behalf of approximately 5 million individuals who owned defective Remington 12-gauge shotguns. The case settled in 2018 after 18 years of hard-fought litigation.

Bolen Robinson & Ellis, LLP