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of Charles E. Cronauer, our mission is to help families, individuals, and business owners find positive solutions to their legal issues. While our locations include Sycamore and St Charles, our reach includes areas of St Charles, Aurora, Naperville and as far away as Chicago.

We believe that each and every person facing a legal issue deserves:

  • An accessible attorney who makes himself available to meet with clients and who responds to their questions and concerns
  • An attorney who will not "oversell" the merits of a case
  • An attorney who will take the time to help clients understand the law, the legal options available, and the chances for a successful outcome
  • An attorney who is interested in resolving client concerns efficiently and professionally

Our attorney, Charles E. Cronauer, has been practicing law this way for more than 35 years. The results of this approach can be seen in both the number of long-term client relationships we have built and maintained and in the fact that the vast majority of our business comes from these clients by way of referral.

Whether you need a personal injury attorney or an estate planning lawyer, the law office of Charles E. Cronauer looks forward to helping you.


Negligent “Flying-Body” Suit Green-lighted by Illinois Appellate Court

The Chicago Tribune is reporting here that an Illinois Appellate Court upheld a unique lawsuit by a woman that has some very tragic facts. In the suit, a man was tragically killed while running to catch what he thought was his Metra train for work. The train he was running for was actually an Amtrak Express Train that, unbeknownst to him, was not slowing down for the station. The man was hit by the train at full speed while attempting to run across the train tracks to the boarding ramp. Sadly,...

>> Click here to read more about Negligent “Flying-Body” Suit Green-lighted by Illinois Appellate Court.