Patrick J. Crimmins
A graduate of Northern Illinois University and The John Marshall Law School, Patrick Crimmins has been a litigator and practicing law for almost four decades.
He began his career right out of law school with the St. Charles law firm of Clancy McGuirk where he worked doing civil lawsuits, personal injuries, appeals, and the like.
In 1988, he went to work at the Kane County State’s Attorney’s Office. There he prosecuted all types of criminal charges, misdemeanors, DUI’s, and serious felony crimes. Eventually, in 1992, he became the Director of the Gang prosecution Unit where he supervised several attorneys, investigated and prosecuted some of the most heinous felonies in Kane County history. He tried numerous First Degree murder cases and sought serious penalties including the death penalty.
He was named Prosecutor of the Year in 1992.
He was awarded the Community Service Award by the Kane County Bar Association in 2017.
In 2000, he became the Executive Director of the Kane County Child Advocacy Center. He lead a team of attorneys, DCFS investigators, and valuable support staff in investigating and prosecuting crimes against children; child abuse and neglect.
In 2001, he took a job as an Associate at the Elgin-based law firm of Brady & Jensen where he worked on personal injury cases, workmen’s compensation cases, and criminal defense.
In 2008 he became an owner/partner at Brady & Jensen.
In 2017, he established his own firm in Geneva.
In 2023, he was happy to join Abear Law Offices to bring his skills as a trial lawyer to the firm. His practice consists of personal injury, workmen’s compensation, medical malpractice, general litigation, family law, and criminal defense.
- WRONGFUL DEATH
- PERSONAL INJURY
- WORKMENS COMPENSATION
- MEDICAL MALPRACTICE
- CRIMINAL DEFENSE
- FAMILY LAW