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Joshua Sorkin is a Senior Case Manager, Personal Injury Division at ADR Systems of America, LLC. Prior to joining ADR Systems, Joshua specialized in building client relationships with realtors and builders.

Josh began his career in client relations when he co-founded First Capital Funding Corp. where he exceeded annual sales goals and developed new leasing programs on the basis of his ability to listen to client’s needs and provide effective solutions. As a Sales Manager with H&R Block Mortgage Corp., he personally closed over $25 Million in loans a year. His sales team exceeded $150 Million a year and he was awarded the “Circle of Excellence” designation.

Josh provides case consultation, multi-case coordination, education and marketing support services to numerous law firms and companies.

Client Relationship Experience and Qualifications

  • Case Manager, ADR Systems of America, LLC, 2009 – present
  • Outside Sales, Mtg Loan Officer, Bank of America, 2007 – 2009
  • Sales Manager, H&R Block Mortgage Corp., 2002 – 2007
  • Co-Founder/Owner, First Capital Funding Corp., 1996 – 2001

Areas of Expertise 

  • ADR Consulting
  • Marketing Consulting
  • Personal Injury
  • Complex Multi-Party Construction
  • Medical & Legal Malpractice
  • Mass Torts

Professional Activities

  • Community volunteer:
    • Cabrini Green Youth Tutoring Program
    • Paulina House
    • Christopher House

Education 

  • DePaul University: Liberal Arts, Psychology and Business, Chicago, IL

For more information about ADR Systems, read Our Story.

Judge McNamara was instrumental in settling a very difficult and contentious case. Although I disagreed with certain (not all) of Judge McNamara’s legal positions, she expressed her opinions in a way that got my clients to focus on other things besides their dissatisfaction. There was nothing but bad blood between the parties, and Judge McNamara appealed to the better nature of both sides to resolve their differences. These intangibles, plus her experience, social skills, and ability to translate the process to the parties in an understandable way from a judge’s perspective, were all instrumental in settling the case.

John P. Quall, Esq.Law Office of John P. Quall