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We initially began defending injured police officers but have quickly become a highly sought after personal injury attorney in Chicago for people from all walks of life. With many impressive claims won for our clients and our ability to help you attain the highest possible verdict, this is the team you want on your side when you’ve been injured as result of someone’s negligence.
If you’re in a personal crisis, it’s important that you have an attorney you can identify with and who aggressively protects your rights. As a criminal defense attorney in Chicago who has worked in the same position as our opposing counsel, we know how to get results for our clients and have a proven track record to back it up.
At the Law Offices of Daniel Q. Herbert & Associates we aggressively defend police officers who’ve been accused of police misconduct and civil rights violations.
We have earned an outstanding reputation for the high profile work we do protecting police officers from harassment and discrimination in the workplace..
The success we’ve had in law enforcement disciplinary cases is quite well known throughout the state of Illinois and makes us the law firm police officers and other government workers throughout Chicago and it’s suburbs seek out when they’re in need.
In our disability practice we are proud to represent police officers and other government workers who’ve become disabled.
A Chicago Police Candidate was disqualified from the hiring process after the City alleged that he used narcotics and falsified his application.
The Chicago Police Department disqualified a highly qualified law enforcement officer from its hiring list concluding that he was dishonest during his application process concerning his prior drug use.
An on-duty Chicago Police Officer was captured on videotape concealing a pint of milk underneath his bullet-proof vest and exiting the store without paying for the item.
The Superintendent of CPD challenged the Human Resources Board’s decision to reinstate the candidacy of a decorated military veteran who was disqualified from the hiring process.
After being admitted to a mental facility, a police officer had his FOID card revoked by the Illinois State Police pursuant to the Illinois Firearm Owner’s Identification Act.
During a Polygraph examination, D.A. admitted to using marijuana within the past 3 years.
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