With more than 75 years of combined legal experience
Franks & Rechenberg P.C has helped ordinary people overcome extraordinary obstacles.
Welcome to Franks & Rechenberg, P.C.
If you need a McHenry County Lawyer who will fight hard to protect your legal rights, look no further. We will conduct a free review of your case and answer all of the questions you may have about how we can help obtain a good result for you. We will fight for the settlement you deserve for your personal injury or worker’s compensation claim, protect your rights if you are charged with a criminal offense or DUI or received a traffic ticket, and protect your interests in a divorce or post-decree matter.
Areas of Practice
Divorce & Family Law
Congratulations to our very own attorney, James Andrle for handling his 3000th Family Law Case! James has over 20 years experience in Divorce and Family Law. From legal separation, to paternity and child custody, James can handle any Family Law Case.
Attn: Business Owners and Friends of Business Owners
Affected by the COVID-19 shut-down?
Do you have business interruption insurance? Most businesses do. Has your claim been denied?
Businesses across the country are filing lawsuits against insurance companies for denying coverage for COVID-19-related claims. Compensation may be available in cases where the government ordered businesses to close.
We may be able to help you get the compensation you deserve from your insurance company.
Call Franks & Rechenberg, P.C. at (847) 854-7700.
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