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Andrew S. Kryder, Esq., Founder

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Andrew Kryder is the founding member of The Kryder Law Group LLC. With over 20 years of litigation experience, Andy has focused his practice on personal injury matters. Through the years Andy has compiled an impressive record of Verdicts and Settlements, some of which have been profiled in national and local verdict reporters.

In many instances, Andy meets his clients under very difficult circumstances. The aftermath of an injury can take a physical, emotional and economic toll on the individual and their family. Andy recognizes that each client has unique goals and expectations. That’s why every case starts with a conversation. Listening and developing a strategy is what sets Andy apart from many other attorneys.

With over two decades of experience, Andy has distinguished himself as a litigator at the Circuit Court level and Appellate Court level. Andy has taken numerous cases to verdict, handled hundreds of arbitrations, appeared in court thousands of times and argued multiple cases in front of the Illinois Appellate Court. In addition, Andy is admitted to practice before the United States Supreme Court.

The Kryder Law Group has compiled a record of results that few other firms can match. Collectively the firm has represented thousands of clients and recovered over $100 million dollars in compensation.


The Ohio State University, BA 1995
DePaul Law School, JD 1998

Bar Admissions

Northern District of Illinois
Northern District of Indiana
U.S. Supreme Court

Past and Current Affiliations Include:

Chicago Bar Association
Chicago Bar Association Judicial Evaluation Committee
Illinois State Bar Association
Lake County Bar Association

Should you have any legal questions or would like to set up a free legal consultation, please feel free to contact Andrew at (312) 223-1700 or at akryder@kryderlaw.com.

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