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.

Brian S. Kron

Brian is an attorney at law in Illinois, a member of the Illinois Bar Association. Brian began his academic career in the middle of the Pacific at the University of Hawaii at Manoa, where he earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science and in American History, in 2011. After completing his undergraduate degree he moved back to Illinois, missing the seasonal changes and climate. He then attended law School at the Southern Illinois University School of Law where he graduated with a Juris Doctor, in 2015. He also graduated with a certificate in International and Comparative Law. Focusing upon diverse fields of law relating to International Law. He has studied law on three continents briefly in, Europe, Africa, and predominantly the U.S.

While in Law School Brian clerked with the DuPage County State’s Attorney office two consecutive summers, drafting, memos, an appellate brief, and utilizing a temporary license to practice in Juvenile delinquency cases and Juvenile adjudication matters of abuse and neglect.

Since then he has handled a range of criminal matters and family law cases ranging from divorce to custody and allocation of parenting time. Brian’s handled pro Bono cases on his own and through the Chicago Volunteer legal services, where he was introduced to Civil litigation.

Attorney Kron can be reached at
(844) 4-VLG-LAW.