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Attorney Ervin Nevitt

Attorney Ervin Nevitt

Attorney Ervin Nevitt - Committed to Helping Clients Get the Results They Need

Ervin Nevitt started at Coplan & Crane, Ltd., in 2012 as a paralegal and became an associate after graduating from Chicago-Kent College of Law in 2014. Ervin has been involved with a variety of personal injury cases, including mass tort litigation, product liability litigation, motor vehicle accidents, wrongful death claims, medical malpractice, trucking accidents, and Federal Employers Liability Act ("FELA") cases.

Ervin is currently working on multiple mass-tort cases against the manufacturers of faulty medical devices. These cases involve thousands of plaintiffs in multiple district courts throughout the country. His organization, communication, and commitment help secure just compensation for the injuries our clients have suffered.

Ervin graduated from Chicago-Kent College of Law in May of 2014. While a law student, he worked as a paralegal for a personal injury and criminal defense firm prior to joining Coplan & Crane, Ltd.

Ervin lives in the Wicker Park neighborhood of Chicago. When he is not working, Ervin enjoys playing golf and traveling.



Juris Doctor, Chicago-Kent College of Law, 2014

Bachelor of Science, Law Enforcement and Justice Administration, Western Illinois University, 2008

Bachelor of Science, Sociology, Western Illinois University, 2008


Jurisdictions admitted to Practice 



Professional and Bar Association Memberships

American Association for Justice

  • Minority Caucus Executive Committee
  • Board of Governors Representative
  • Diversity Committee

Illinois Trial Lawyers Association

Cook County Bar Association


Practice Areas

Mass-Tort Litigation

Auto Accidents

Bad Faith and Insurance Law

Birth Injuries

Brain, Spinal Cord and Back Injuries

Bus Accidents

Dangerous Products

Federal Employers Liability Act (FELA)

Medical Malpractice

Motorcycle Accidents

Personal Injury

Railroad Accidents

Truck Accidents

Workplace Injuries

Wrongful Death