Getting hurt either at work or through third-party negligence can be a traumatic experience.
This event can result in medical bills, pain and suffering, and/or possible loss of income. During this time, you don’t deserve to be lost in the shuffle of a big firm. You need personalized legal advice you can trust.
Every area of law is different. Different law practices demand tailored understanding of the legal intricacies in order to succeed. Instead of working in many areas, we consciously avoid overloading by focusing on two concentrations.
Each of our attorneys has over 15 years experience.
At Rubens, Kress, & Mulholland, we can help you learn your rights to achieving the settlement you deserve.
Utilize our resources to feel empowered during your case.
Did you know in Illinois, you are often entitled to collect money for your permanent injuries that occurred within the course of your employment?
If you have suffered a personal injury due to the negligence of a third party, you should contact a personal injury attorney as soon as possible.
Mr. Rubens received his license to practice law in the state of Illinois and the 7th Circuit Federal Court in 1995. He has tried numerous workers’ compensation cases (including appeals), personal injury cases before juries, and he has participated in many arbitrations and mediations.
Frank D. Kress joined the firm in August of 2005. Mr. Kress handles workers’ compensation cases. Prior to joining the firm, Mr. Kress gained experience in transactional law and was a member of a litigation team representing the interests of area hospitals in Charlottesville, Virginia.
Toby P. Mulholland joined the firm in June of 2004. Mr. Mulholland handles personal injury cases in the areas of motor vehicle accidents, premises liability, wrongful death, construction accidents and other serious personal injury actions.
Matthew recently joined the firm after spending the last 10 years running his own personal injury firm concentrating in both plaintiff’s personal injury and workers’ compensation law.