Robert S. Kosin (1934-2016)

Robert S. Kosin is the founder of Kosin Law Office, Ltd.  Robert was admitted to practice law in 1956 and soon after began his life’s pursuit of representing injured people both in negligence claims and before the Illinois Workers’ Compensation Commission (formerly Illinois Industrial Commission).

In 1980 Robert set out on his own to establish Robert S. Kosin, Ltd. litigating hundreds of cases before the Illinois Workers’ Compensation Commission, the Illinois Appellate Court and the Illinois Supreme Court.  Many of those cases have set landmark precedent in Illinois law.

The firm name was changed to Kosin Law Office, Ltd. in 1987 when his son, David X. Kosin, began practicing with his father.  1993 saw the addition of Robert’s daughter-in-law, Marilyn I. Kosin, to the firm.

Robert S. Kosin grew up in the Town of Cicero in a working-class family. Early in his career he committed himself to representing injured workers in Chicago and the surrounding western suburbs.  In his career, Robert represented thousands of injured people from Chicago and nearly every surrounding suburb in Cook County.

Though Robert S. Kosin passed in 2016, David X. Kosin and Marilyn I. Kosin have continued his legacy of providing the very best representation to the seriously injured throughout Chicago and the western suburbs.  That is why Kosin Law Office, Ltd. has continuously maintained an office in Chicago’s western suburbs with the sole purpose of providing the most qualified and knowledgeable representation to the seriously injured in the communities where we live.

Kosin Law Office, Ltd. continues to grow and now has represented numerous injured individuals throughout Northern Illinois, including Cook County, DuPage County, Lake County, Kendall County, McHenry County, DeKalb County, Kane County, Will County, Kankakee County, Grundy County and LaSalle County.

We look forward to honoring Robert’s legacy and welcome the opportunity to discuss your injury claim, in person, so that you know your rights under the law.