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We are personal injury, medical malpractice, and nursing home negligence attorneys serving the state of Illinois. We also take cases in other select states nationwide.

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Arlington Heights, Illinois

The beautiful suburb of Chicago and village in Cook and Lake Counties is a beautiful place to live and raise a family, but also experiences its fair share of personal injury, medical malpractice, nursing home neglect, and other issues requiring legal assistance.

Aurora, Illinois

Aurora—the second most populated city in the state—is predominantly in Kane County, but also spills over into DuPage, Will, and Kendall counties.

Berwyn, Illinois

Berwyn is a suburban city in Cook County with close to 20,000 households and the highest population density of any township in Illinois.

Bloomington, Illinois

Bloomington is the county seat and a major metropolitan area, and home to Illinois State University, Mitsubishi Motors, and Illinois Wesleyan University.

Buffalo Grove, Illinois

Resting in northern Chicago, Buffalo Grove is a village in Lake and Cook counties, and sometimes famous for being home to famous author Raymond Benson (James Bond).

Champaign, Illinois

Champaign is actually its own city and county, and is home to the University of Illinois.

Chicago, Illinois

With close to three million residents, Chicago is the most populous city in the Midwest, and the third most populous city in the United States, attracting many international and domestic visitors each year.

Cicero, Illinois

Cicero is one of the oldest municipalities in the State of Illinois, and famous for being the town in which Ernest Hemingway was born.

Danville, Illinois

Danville, Illinois is known for offering “small town charm” and “big city amenities,” including the many shopping opportunities, as well as excellent parks and recreation opportunities.

Decatur, Illinois

The largest city and county seat of Macon County, Decatur is home to several agribusiness companies, as well as a manufacturing location for large trucks.

Des Plaines, Illinois

Many do not realize that the city motto for Des Plaines is “Good Move.”

Downers Grove, Illinois

Downers Grove was ranked as one of the Top 10 Livable Cities for kids by, and has been recognized as one of the county’s friendliest towns.

Elgin, Illinois

Historically, Elgin has ranked as the number one community in the Chicago metropolitan area in new home starts.

Elmhurst, Illinois

Elmhurst Illinois is famous for being the site of Elmhurst College.

Evanston, Illinois

Northwestern University is located in Evanston, and the community has also gained a reputation for putting forth efforts related to sustainability, such as a climate action plan and offshore wind farms.

Hoffman Estates, Illinois

Hoffman Estates currently serves as home to the Sears Holdings Corporation, and is also the Midwest location for AT&T and GE Capital.

Joliet, Illinois
Joliet is home to several popular golf courses, as well as other parks and recreation opportunities. The community is also famous for being connected to the movie The Blues Brothers.

Mount Prospect, Illinois

As a northwest suburb of Chicago, many flock to Mount Prospect to visit Randhurst village and Kensington Business Center.

Naperville, Illinois

In 2006, Money magazine called Naperville the third best place to live in the country.

Oak Lawn, Illinois

Oak Lawn features many cultural attractions for visitors, such as diverse museums, recreation areas, and national historic sites.

Oak Park, Illinois

Oak Park is home to the Ernest Hemingway museum, Frank Lloyd Wright Home & Studio, and Brookfield Zoo.

Orland Park, Illinois

Orland Park boasts a large Recreation and Parks Department, including over 60 parks in the village alone.

Peoria, Illinois

Peoria is famous for being the birthplace of Richard Pryor and Betty Friedan, and the location Abraham Lincoln chose to first proclaim his stance against slavery.

Quad Cities – Moline, East Moline and Rock Island, Illinois

In spite of being called “Quad Cities,” there are actually five cities that comprise this area: Davenport, Bettendorf, Iowa, Rock Island/Moline, and East Moline.

Rockford, Illinois

Rockford is referred to as “the Forest City,” and includes historically significant sites such as the Anderson Japanese Gardens and Klehm Arboretum.

Schaumburg, Illinois

Many flock to Schaumburg each year to visit LEGOLAND, Spring Valley, and Schaumburg Boomers Stadium.

Skokie, Illinois

Skokie’s main economy relies on manufacturing, retail services, and finance.

Springfield, Illinois

Springfield, the capital of Illinois, is a city rich in cultural significance and history. It became the capital of Illinois after Kaskaskia and Vandalia first held the title and due to the efforts of a group of legislators (known by Abraham Lincoln as “The Long Nine”), who fought for Springfield to be the new capital.

Tinley Park, Illinois

The Village of Tinley Park owes its name to the railroad, which played a key role in its development.

Waukegan, Illinois

Waukegan is recognized as the hometown of the famous comedian Jack Benny, and is now home to the Jack Benny Center for the Arts.

Wheaton, Illinois

Site of Wheaton College, Wheaton is the county seat of DuPage County.

$1.2 million


for a 44-year-old man who suffered serious personal injuries when a structure’s facade fell on him while he was working on the defendant’s property.

$1.1 million


against a nursing home for a 75-year-old resident who developed multiple painful and infected bedsores, or pressure ulcers, which caused her death

$1 million


against All-Faith Pavilion for the daughter of an 82-year-old Chicago man who fell and sustained a fatal brain injury while living at the nursing home.