DuPage County is located west of Cook County, Illinois. According to the 2010 census, McLean County was home to 916,924 residents. Wheaton, Illinois is the county seat of DuPage County, but its most populous city is Naperville.
The DuPage County Court is located in 421 North County Farm Road in Wheaton, Illinois. The Clerk of the Circuit Court of DuPage County, Illinois is the official record keeper for all judicial matters brought into the Circuit Court of DuPage County. The DuPage County Circuit Clerk also gathers and reports statistical data to various law enforcement and state government bodies, and receives and disburses fines, fees, and costs collected as a result of court actions. The DuPage County Assessor is responsible for determining and publishing property characteristics and valuations in DuPage County.
DuPage County is home to the College of DuPage, the largest single-campus community college outside the state of California, with approximately 31,000 students attending the College of DuPage campus each year. College of DuPage prides itself on offering more than 90 certificates programs and degrees for today’s occupational and technical careers, and nine associate’s degrees in 59 occupational and 45 transfer pre-baccalaureate programs.
DuPage County is located just west of Cook County, Illinois. The most populous municipality within DuPage County is Naperville. The next largest communities are Wheaton and Downers Grove. DuPage County also has a portion of Aurora, which is within Kendall and Will counties as well.
Motor vehicle accidents, including car accidents, motorcycle accidents and truck accidents are the most common type of personal injury claim. When a person is injured in a motor vehicle accident, the negligent party may be liable for injuries or damages caused by the accident through a personal injury lawsuit. In order to assert a valid personal injury claim, however, the injured party must prove that the defendant was negligent and that the defendant’s negligence was the proximate cause of both the accident and the plaintiff’s injuries.
Because the legal and factual issues involved with auto accidents can be complex, a skilled DuPage County auto accident attorney like those at Ankin Law Offices, LLC are crucial. Our skilled DuPage County auto accident attorneys will guide you through the entire process, conduct a comprehensive factual investigation, perform a detailed legal analysis, communicate with the insurance companies involved, and vigorously advocate on your behalf in a court of law.
At Ankin Law Offices, our skilled DuPage County auto accident attorneys represent clients in auto accident cases involving distracted driving, alcohol-related accidents, hazardous road conditions, poor weather conditions, hit and run accidents, speeding, and fatal car accidents.
At Ankin Law Offices, our DuPage County personal injury lawyers focus on representing the victims of all types of personal injury accidents, including motor vehicle accidents, medical malpractice, wrongful death, premises liability, and product liability. We also help injured employees who were involved in a workplace accident with their workers’ compensation claims, and we help individuals with disabilities obtain social security disability benefits.
If you have been involved in a DuPage County auto accident, contact the experienced DuPage County auto accident attorneys at Ankin Law Offices to schedule a free consultation.