Andrew P. Domin is a bilingual partner of the firm. Mr. Domin has conducted trials on behalf of injured workers throughout the state of Illinois including DuPage, Will and LaSalle counties, and has obtained numerous record settlements before the Illinois Workers’ Compensation Commission.
Prior to establishing his current firm, Mr. Domin represented workers’ compensation clients for more than 25 years. Prior thereto he was a shareholder of Krol, Bongiorno, Given, Domin and Gilhooley Ltd. He also worked as a defense attorney representing the interests of R.R. Donnelly and McDonald’s Corporation.
Mr. Domin began his legal career as an intern for the Chicago Mayor’s Office and Training. Thereafter, he was selected by the governor’s office as an assistant to the Department of Professional Regulation, where he helped to prosecute doctors accused of gross negligence and official misconduct.
Mr. Domin received his juris doctorate from Loyola University School of Law in 1991. He received a Bachelor of Arts from Loyola University and graduated with distinction. He is a graduate of Quigley South high school, formally located in the city’s south side. Mr. Domin was born to immigrant Polish parents and speaks fluent Polish. His father worked as a meat packer.
Mr. Domin was a member of the Board of Directors of the Illinois Workers’ Compensation Lawyers Association and of the Trial Lawyers of America. His prior and current clients include members of the Local 597, Operating Engineers Local 150, and employees of the CTA and the City of Chicago. He has conducted numerous lectures for Polish immigrants at the request of the Polish American Association addressing the issues of workplace injuries and workers’ rights.