Serving the Community of Berwyn, IL
The suburban township of Berwyn, Illinois, like its neighbor city of Cicero, attracts titans of industry and artistic types alike. Notably quirky local landmarks include the biggest laundromat in the world (over 13,500 square feet in area) and a sculpture called the Spindle, which was sadly demolished in 2008 to make room for a Walgreen’s drug store. Berwyn boasts a professional theater group, a 15-acre urban park, many recreational facilities, and an array of financial institutions. Berwyn’s eclectic charms notwithstanding, however, serious accidents can and do happen here. Whether you hurt yourself playing baseball at Janura Park, slipped and fell while browsing the flower beds at Proksa Park, or got into a car accident on Roosevelt Road, you may need an adept and creative attorney to help you extract compensation for your injuries and other costs.