Krol, Bongiorno & Given, Ltd

Illinois Law Firm

Chicago, IL Workers& Compensation Lawyers

Since 1962, the law firm of Krol, Bongiorno & Given, Ltd. has been a leader in the field of workers’ compensation law, protecting the rights of tens of thousands of workers injured on the job. KBG provides our clients with a team of attorneys that are aggressive, experienced, client-focused and trial ready. We have handled well over 30,000 claims for injured workers throughout the state of Illinois and have consistently generated some of the largest settlements and awards at the Illinois Workers’ Compensation Commission (“IWCC”).

KBG handles claims for both union and non-union injured workers. All claims are handled on a contingency basis, meaning there are $0 in up-front costs to our clients. We do not get paid until your claim is favorably resolved.

Office Location
20 S. Clark Street
Suite 1820
Chicago, Illinois 60603

Phone : 312-726-5567
Fax : 312-726-1586

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