Charles L. Cannon, Attorney
Charles L. Cannon is an attorney at Mahoney, Crowe, & Goldrick, P.C. concentrating in medical malpractice, products liability, automobile accidents, trucking accidents and other personal injury cases.
In 1994, Mr. Cannon graduated from Illinois Wesleyan University with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Spanish. While in college he studied at the Universidad Autonoma de Yucatan, in Merida, Mexico and is fluent in Spanish. In 1999, he received his Juris Doctorate from De Paul University College of Law.
Mr. Cannon has been a plaintiff's attorney since 1999. He has handled cases involving medical malpractice, products liability, toxic torts, commercial trucking negligence, insurance coverage litigation, automobile accidents, premises liability, medical device defects and construction negligence. Mr. Cannon has litigated cases in trial courts across the State of Illinois and in other states throughout the U.S. He also has argued in the Illinois Appellate Court. He has achieved multiple seven-figure verdicts and settlements.
Mr. Cannon believes that the American Court System gives everyone the right to seek justice when he, she or their loved ones are harmed. Mr. Cannon has dedicated his career to making sure that every client he represents will have access to the full benefit of the law, to obtain maximum compensation for their injuries.
Mr. Cannon is a member of the Illinois Trial Lawyers Association, the American Association for Justice, the Illinois State Bar Association, and the American Inns of Court. He also is a member of the Nursing Homes Litigation Group of the American Association for Justice.
Mr. Cannon lives in Elmhurst with his wife and two children.
|Education:||Illinois Wesleyan University B.A., Spanish|
U.S. District Court Northern District of Illinois 2001
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