Patrick Crowley was born and raised in Berwyn, Illinois where he attended Morton West High School. He then went on to attend Elmhurst College, where he graduated in 2011. He began Law School at The John Marshall Law School in late 2012. During Law School Patrick clerked for the Felony Division of the Cook County State’s Attorney’s Office, from 2013-2015. He obtained his law license and was admitted to the Illinois Bar in late 2015, at 26 years of age.
Since being admitted to the Illinois Bar, Patrick has taken to trial over a dozen personal injury cases in multiple different counties and suburban districts in Cook County. In his first six months of practice he has recorded over a half dozen favorable jury verdicts. Over two thirds of these favorable verdicts recorded by Patrick have forced insurance companies to pay over four times the final offer of settlement prior to trial. He is published in the Illinois Jury Verdict Reporter as well as Legal Reporter Verdict Search. Patrick handles predominantly personal injury cases dealing with automobile accidents and premise liability actions.
Patrick resides in Chicago’s western suburbs with his soon to be wife Lauren. They are both active members in their community, who regularly participate in charitable events through Lauren’s employer, Habitat for Humanity. Patrick is located out of the firm’s south side office at 9618 S. Commercial Avenue, and can be reached there for appointments or consultations.
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