With his broad base of legal experience, Mr. Harold W. Conick has engaged in the general practice of law since 1980. He has been highly successful in achieving positive resolution of hundreds of client cases through civil trials, administrative hearings, and settlements. Mr. Conick has concentrated his practice in civil law and representing claimants before the Social Security Administration, Veterans Administration, and in Federal Court.
Mr. Conick is a 1973 graduate of Loyola University of Chicago and a 1980 graduate of the Northern Illinois University College of Law. He is licensed to practice law in Illinois and is also a member of the federal trial bar and member of the DuPage County Bar Association. Mr. Conick is admitted to practice in the Northern District of Illinois Federal Court, US Court of Appeals for the 7th Circuit, US Court of Appeals for Veterans Claims, and the United States Supreme Court. Additionally, he is a member of NOSSCR (National Organization of Social Security Representatives) and NOVA (National Organization of Veterans’ Advocates).
In addition to being an experienced civil trial lawyer, Mr. Conick serves as an adjunct professor in Health Care Law at the University of St. Francis. He has served for many years as a hearing officer for the DuPage County Housing Authority and is also Past President of the Rotary Club of Wheaton.
Mr. Conick respects and empathizes with the challenges facing the disabled. Over the course of his lifetime, he has experienced and overcome his own orthopedic and arthritis-related issues. Through these experiences, Mr. Conick has developed a clear understanding of the physical and societal challenges that the disabled face every day.
Mr. Conick believes that clients are entitled to zealous and ethical representation in order to achieve the best results possible relative to the facts and law in their case.
The law offices of Harold W. Conick, & Associates, Ltd. are available to refer clients to competent personal injury and workers compensation counsel should the client require such services.
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