Chad Finley is an attorney who focuses on representing clients who have been wronged by the tortious acts of others, including pharmaceutical and medical device cases, products liability, mass torts, catastrophic personal injury, wrongful death, and whistleblower actions.
Chad represents clients in a variety of complex cases.
Chad has litigated Actos, Pradaxa, Incretin Mimetics, Coldwater Creek (Radiation Exposure), and numerous personal injury cases and insurance disputes.
He was selected by Judge Rosenstengel, Southern District of Illinois, to serve on the Paraquat Plaintiffs’ Executive Committee in MDL 3004.
He is also actively litigating Juul addiction and pulmonary injury claims.
He specializes in complex discovery, issues surrounding e-discovery, gathering corporate and expert testimony, and scientific litigation.
Chad began working as an attorney at TorHoerman Law in 2012 after an externship at the Office of the General Counsel, Health and Human Services, Center for Medicare and Medicaid Division (CMS) in Washington D.C.
Chad previously clerked for TorHoerman Law prior to externing for CMS.
While at CMS, Chad assisted the Office of the General Counsel with issues relating to their position on False Claims Act cases.
When people, or their family members, are injured Chad takes pride in being their voice in depositions and the courtroom and holding those responsible accountable for their actions and decisions.
Chad attended and played football at Wabash College, which is the rival school of Tor’s alma mater DePauw University.
Chad is originally from a small town in east central Illinois and later attended St. Louis University School of Law and decided to make the St. Louis area home.
He dislikes beaches, sleep, and boredom and enjoys spending time with family, traveling, skiing, hiking, kayaking, card games, being right, finding random activities, sports, coffee and working all hours of the day and night reading documents, researching, and understanding the science/facts in lawsuits.
Chad is extremely passionate about the work that he does and is involved in community service in St. Louis (even though he is an avid Chicago sports fan).