Cook, Lake & McHenry County Personal Injury & Workers’ Compensation Lawyers

Robert “Bob” Edens and his law firm fight for the rights of those injured at work or as a result of the negligence of others. All we do is personal injury and workers’ compensation for residents of Lake & McHenry County and all of Chicagoland. As a result of our legal advice and service, in the last 20 years, we have recovered MILLIONS OF DOLLARS for our clients. If you or someone you love has been injured, please seek the help of an experienced personal injury lawyer. Throughout our website, you will find a host of information on the various field of personal injury we engage in. This will include information from auto accidents and medical malpractice to workers’ compensation. If you cannot find the information you are looking for, please feel free to look under the personal injury and workers’ comp FAQ’s. After reviewing this information we think you will agree that we are the right law firm to answer your questions and provide you with your options.

As a result of Bob and his law firm’s dedication and service to his clients, he has been recognized as a TOP lawyer in Illinois. Bob and his staff know all too well that the physical, emotional, and financial cost of dealing with a serious injury due to an accident or work injury. The emotional and physical injury alone can make life unmanageable. Then there is the loss of employment and the mounting medical bills and paperwork that comes with them. To top it all off, there is the insurance adjuster arguing with you over the value of your property and injury claim. We have created a case results blog that is fully searchable. It allows you to gauge the value of your claim.

Get The Compensation You Deserve

In today’s world, it is not enough for an attorney to know how to review a medical record, file a demand or complaint, and expect to be able to maximize the money the client deserves. Today an attorney must know about a wide range of traumatic injuries. This would include details relating to causation analysis for the injury, the clinical examination for the injury, the various diagnostic test procedures used on the injury, the underlying differential diagnosis of the injury, and the prognosis for the injury. Bob and his staff have handled cases involving traumatic injuries to nearly every part of the body. The most common include severe brain injury and related head injuries, neck injuries, mid and low back injuries, shoulder injuries, knee injuries, and ankle and foot injuries. Diagnostic testing for these injuries after a clinical evaluation range from simple X-rays to CT scans, MRI’s, and more. Treatment for these injuries often starts with physical therapy and medications. If this doesn’t succeed in getting you back to work and your normal activities, you may need further medical attention including epidural injections, trigger point injections, arthroscopic surgery, open surgery, long-term pain management, and more. Bob and his staff have handled cases involving most every injury and treatment that results from car accidents and work injuries.