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            61-year-old ironworker injured back and shoulder lifting; no surgery; after trial commission awarded permanent total disability to receive workers compensation benefits for the rest of his life. 49-year-old hospital aid injured shoulder carrying surgical equipment; surgery denied by employer; after trial commission ordered respondent to authorize and pay for necessary surgery for the shoulder and pay all workers compensation benefits while petitioner off work. 50-year-old police officer injured knee tripping over parking lot abutment; employer denied claim refused to pay for surgery or workers comp benefits; after trial commission ordered employer to pay for necessary surgery and pay all workers compensation benefits. If you or a loved one have been injured through the negligence of another, call Vrdolyak Law Group, LLC. today to get the money and results you deserve. Call (773) 731-3313.

            Pat Crowley





            Attorney Patrick Crowley began practicing law after receiving his Juris Doctorate from The John Marshall Law School in 2015. He handles personal injury cases that deal with automobile accidents and premise liability actions. Crowley is also published in the Illinois Jury Verdict Reporter and Legal Reporter Verdict Search.

            While earning his Juris Doctorate, Crowley clerked for the Felony Division of the Cook County State’s Attorney’s Office for two years. He received his undergraduate degree from Elmhurt College where he graduated in 2011.

            Since being admitted to the Illinois Bar, Crowley has taken over a dozen personal injury cases to trial in multiple counties and suburban districts in Cook County. In his first six months of practice he recorded over a half dozen favorable jury verdicts. Majority of these favorable verdicts recorded by Crowley have forced insurance companies to pay over four times the final offer of settlement, prior to trial.