Throw Back Thursday! Who is this Former Ironworker?

Horwitz Horwitz and Associates attorney, Jay Luchsinger, is a third-generation journeyman structural ironworker and a 35-year member of Ironworkers Local #1 in Chicago. For 15 years Jay worked as an ironworker helping build mines, mills, factories, bridges, schools and high-rises in Chicago, Wisconsin, Minnesota and Colorado. While in law school in the 1980s, Jay spent his days “walking the iron” on steel beams many stories above the Chicago streets erecting skyscrapers, and his nights attending classes at John Marshall Law School.

A United States Army veteran, Jay also used his GI Bill benefits to earn a master’s degree in American History from the University of Wisconsin. Jay brings his extensive knowledge, experience, work ethic and passion to every case he works on. As a result Jay Luchsinger, like the other lawyers at our firm, continues to help deliver full civil justice to the injured working men and women that the Horwitz firm is so privileged to represent.
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