Serving all of Kane and DuPage counties, as well as parts of Kendall and DeKalb, O’Brien Law specializes in many practice areas of personal injury including, but not limited to, auto accidents and premise liability cases. We offer personalized service, knowing that each situation is unique and requires a different approach. We go beyond our client expectations, working hard to build a trusting relationship with clients and their families.
We see a good result to a case not only as closure for our clients, but also as a catalyst for safety change in our community. We strive for our community to be a safe and healthy one, with companies and citizens banded together for that common goal.
We are more than just trial lawyers who serve Kane County, DuPage County and beyond. We are active members in the Tri City community, giving back to local businesses and organizations. You can rest assured that our team is ready to focus on your needs while making an improvement to everyone around us.
If you or a family member has been injured, we are ready to serve you as begin your journey towards recovery. We would be honored to be a part of your family’s team during this difficult season, and will offer decades of experience and dedication. Imagine being able to put your legal worries aside, knowing that our team is taking care of getting you the care and results you deserve. Call us today to set up a consultation so that we can get to know you and your situation better.
Take a deep breath and let us take over the litigation of your injury claim. We are here to serve you, your family, and our community. Let’s get to work.
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