45 min

Defending Victims of Police Violence During a Pandemic: Action Injury Law Group's Andrew M. Stroth Restarting America

    • Entrepreneurship

In this episode of Restarting America, Jeremy Greenberg from 97 Switch interviews Andrew M. Stroth, the Managing Director of Action Injury Law Group. Throughout the interview, they discuss the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic on business and society. Stroth shares how the current health pandemic has affected Action Injury Law Group and how he is adapting to new circumstances.

After spending 20 years as a sports and entertainment agent, Stroth launched a social justice law firm to represent victims of unjustified police shootings, excessive force, and police misconduct. Action Injury Law Group has a team that investigates shootings and excessive force cases, traveling to the scene to preserve evidence and obtain video and eyewitness statements. The firm also handles personal injury and malpractice cases.

In 2016, Stroth created the Truth, Hope & Justice Initiative to share stories of families affected by police violence. He has taught as an adjunct professor in the negotiations program at Northwestern University‘s Pritzker School of Law and serves on the Northwestern Law Board. As a sports agent, he represented professional athletes including Dwyane Wade, Donovan McNabb, and Michael Vick.

In this episode of Restarting America, Jeremy Greenberg from 97 Switch interviews Andrew M. Stroth, the Managing Director of Action Injury Law Group. Throughout the interview, they discuss the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic on business and society. Stroth shares how the current health pandemic has affected Action Injury Law Group and how he is adapting to new circumstances.

After spending 20 years as a sports and entertainment agent, Stroth launched a social justice law firm to represent victims of unjustified police shootings, excessive force, and police misconduct. Action Injury Law Group has a team that investigates shootings and excessive force cases, traveling to the scene to preserve evidence and obtain video and eyewitness statements. The firm also handles personal injury and malpractice cases.

In 2016, Stroth created the Truth, Hope & Justice Initiative to share stories of families affected by police violence. He has taught as an adjunct professor in the negotiations program at Northwestern University‘s Pritzker School of Law and serves on the Northwestern Law Board. As a sports agent, he represented professional athletes including Dwyane Wade, Donovan McNabb, and Michael Vick.

45 min