Christina Phillips, Esq.


For more than 17 years, Christina Phillips has dedicated her practice to representing plaintiffs in insurance recovery and related litigation. Christina has represented policyholders in insurance disputes involving coverage matters, property, business income, lost rents, and bad faith disputes throughout the country. Her practice has included representing a wide range of insureds from single family homeowners, to condominiums, as well as corporate entities in claims involving hail, wind, hurricanes, fire, flood and collapse, among others. Christina has also successfully represented clients in broker negligence actions.

She prides herself on being involved in all aspects of litigation from inception through trial and/or alternative dispute resolution.  She has successfully arbitrated dozens of first party claims on behalf of insureds.  Christina is very active with the American Bar Association and served as the Chair of the TIPS Property Insurance Law Committee for the 2016–2017 term. She will continue her involvement with the American Bar Association through the Property Insurance Law Committee as well as her appointment as a Member of the Women Trial Lawyers Task Force in 2017–2018. Previously, Christina served as a Vice Chair for the Property Insurance Law Committee from 2011–2016 and has also been named as a Rising Star by Illinois Super Lawyers from 2012 through 2020; and named as one of the Top Women Attorneys in Illinois in October 2013.

Christina is licensed in Illinois, Minnesota, Wisconsin, Colorado and Washington, D.C., as well as a number of Federal Bars throughout the country.


  • 2022-2023, Illinois Super Lawyers
  • 2012–2020, Illinois Super Lawyers Rising Star
  • 2013, Top Women Attorneys in Illinois
  • 2011, Monique Raynaud-Contamine Prize


  • American Bar Association TIPS Property Insurance Law General Committee


University of Illinois Chicago School of Law
Chicago, Illinois
Juris Doctor

Saint Mary’s College
Notre Dame, Indiana
Bachelor of Arts, Political Science and Psychology