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Cook County, Illinois Personal Injury Attorneys
Cook County is located in Illinois and has its county seat in Chicago. Cook County is the second most populous county in the United States behind only Los Angeles County. The county was formed in 1831 out of Putnam County and was named after Daniel Cook, a former Illinois U.S. Representative and Attorney General.
Cook County has a total area of 1,635 square miles, 946 miles of land and 689 miles of water. And the County borders several counties including: Lake County, Will County, DuPage County, Kane County, and McHenry County.
Cook County claims a population of 5,194,675 and prides itself on its diverse racial makeup including Black Americans, Latin Americans, Native Americans, Asian Americans, and an ethnically diverse European population including: German, Irish, Polish, Italian, English, Swedish, Russian, French, Greek, Czechs, Dutch, Lithuanian, Norwegian, and Scottish.
Cook County can be broken into its thirty townships, not including the City of Chicago. Furthermore, Cook County is home to dozens of municipalities and cities including: Oak Lawn, Arlington Heights, Mount Prospect, Cicero, Oak Park, Hoffman Estates, Maywood, Olympia Fields, Schaumburg, Westchester, and Wilmette.
Cook County's climate has four distinct seasons, with average temperatures ranging from 18 Degrees to 84 Degrees and an average precipitation range from 1.77 inches in February to 4.30 inches in June.
Cook County is a thriving and bustling county and is home to the Circuit Court of Cook County, the Cook County Department of Corrections, the John H. Stroger, Jr. Hospital of Cook County, the Cook County Highway Department, and the Cook County Forest Preserve District.
The Chicago and Cook County personal injury attorneys at Law Offices of Adam J. Zayed, P.C. provide the highest level of legal representation to people who have been injured because of negligence. Our offices are located in the heart of Chicago's loop and we can be reached at 312.726.1616.