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RONALD W. COBB, JR.

OF COUNSEL

Ron was admitted to the Illinois Bar in 1983. Since that time he has practiced Workers Compensation, Social Security Disability and Personal Injury Law. He has successfully represented thousands of working people. Hundreds of millions of dollars have been recovered helping to support working families.

Ron has served as technical adviser to the Speaker of the Illinois House of Representatives on Workers Compensation legislation. He has served on the Board of the Illinois Trial Lawyers and spoken at their seminars. Ron was elected to a Fellowship in the National College of Workers Compensation Lawyers. This College is an honor for those lawyers who have demonstrated a lifetime commitment to teaching and developing the law of Workers Compensation.

SERVICES


Worker's Compensation Personal Injury Social Security Disability




BAR ADMISSIONS


Illinois Bar | 1983 U.S. District Court, Northern Illinois | 1983 U.S. Tax Court | 1986




EDUCATION


DePaul University
J.D. | 1983
Illinois Wesleyan University
B.A. | 1980




PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATIONS AND MEMBERSHIPS


American Bar Association | Member College of Workers Compensation Lawyers | 2015-Present | Fellow Illinois Workers Compensation Lawyers Association | 1983-Present | Member




AWARDS


Distinguished Fellow of the CWCL Peer Recognition - Excellence in Teaching Leading Illinois Attorney | 1997-Present





CONTACT RONALD W. COBB

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OFFICE

Headquarters

102 S. Wynstone Park Drive

North Barrington, IL 60010

Additional locations in Hinsdale and Waukegan

CONTACT

847-382-9195

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