Illinois Lawyers Handling a Variety of Legal Matters
Our Chicago-area law firm handles a wide range of legal areas, particularly for existing clients who find themselves in need of legal advice and counsel after an accident, an arrest for drunk driving or a traffic violation. Our attorneys are highly knowledgeable about a variety of legal areas and provide clients with representation designed to resolve their matters efficiently and effectively.
Personal Injury, DUI and More
The Illinois lawyers at Kelleher & Buckley, LLC, advocate for clients in matters involving:
- Personal injury: We undertake personal injury and wrongful death claims related to premises liability, medical malpractice, construction negligence, workers’ compensation, product liability and automobile accidents. Our attorneys can advise you about your options and whether you may be entitled to compensation for your injury.
- DUI: Being charged with driving under the influence (DUI) can mean the loss of your license, an increase in your insurance rates, fines and even jail time. Our lawyers will defend you against the DUI charge and seek to recover your license whenever possible.
- Traffic violations: Speeding tickets and other traffic matters can lead to points on your license, increased insurance costs and even the loss of your license. Our attorneys can help protect your driving record and your ability to operate a vehicle. This is particularly important to individuals who hold commercial driver’s licenses; a traffic violation could interfere with a person’s ability to earn a living.
We understand the importance of matters such as these to our clients and seek the best outcome possible for their circumstances.
In addition to practicing in these areas of the law, we teach and write about the law as well. Kelleher & Buckley attorneys conduct seminars, teach at local colleges and publish articles on various topics involving many different legal areas. These activities serve to keep us at the cutting edge of developments that can benefit our clients.