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Our comprehensive personal injury practice covers nearly every type of accident, injury and negligence, including:
Meet Our Attorneys
Jeffrey D. Frederick
Location: Urbana, Illinois
JEFFREY D. FREDERICK, Esq. is a partner of Frederick & Hagle. Mr. Frederick graduated with high honors from Chicago Kent College of Law in 1982, where he consistently achieved academic excellence and was in the top 10% percent of his class.
JAMES J. HAGLE is one of the partners of the law firm. Mr. Hagle graduated Summa Cum Laude from the University of Illinois, College of Law in 1980, where he achieved awards for academic excellence, including Order of the Coif and the Rickert Award for Excellence in Academic Achievement.
Patrick J. Hanlon was admitted to the bar in the State of Illinois in 1994 and the bar in the State of Missouri in 1995. He received his law degree from Washington University School of Law in St. Louis, Missouri in 1994. He earned a bachelor's degree in political science from Quincy University in Quincy, Illinois.
Aaron D. Lauter was admitted to the Illinois bar in 2011. He graduated with honors from Illinois State University with bachelors in political science and philosophy. In 2011, he received his law degree from the University of Illinois College of Law where he graduated with high honors.
Philp has been helping the injured and disabled for over seven years. Over the course of his career, Philp has successfully recovered over $10 million in judgments, settlements, and awards for his clients. Phil has tried many workers' compensation cases, including those for individuals who are permanently and totally disabled.