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Christopher G. Cromydas
Hurley McKenna & Mertz, P.C.




Christopher Cromydas joined Hurley McKenna & Mertz, P.C., in November of 2017. Mr. Cromydas brings his extensive experience as a Cook County prosecutor to his representation of each and every client. In his five years as a prosecutor, Mr. Cromydas fought tirelessly alongside law enforcement to advocate for the rights of crime victims and bring them a sense of justice. Mr. Cromydas also cultivated the ability to efficiently analyze, prepare, and negotiate complex issues in his criminal cases. Significantly, Mr. Cromydas brings his compelling sense of justice to the courtroom and successfully tried six jury trials and over one hundred bench trials.

Mr. Cromydas’ familiarity with the courtroom setting coupled with his passion for fighting for the rights of victims allows Mr. Cromydas to zealously and effectively represent his clients. Mr. Cromydas focuses his practice in representing individuals in the area of wrongful death and personal injury matters including medical malpractice, sexual abuse, nursing home abuse and neglect, products and premises liability, automotive and trucking negligence, and other professional malpractice. Mr. Cromydas welcomes any case and uses his competitive spirit to take on any challenge.

Mr. Cromydas grew up in the northwest suburbs of Chicago prior to attending the University of Colorado where he studied Psychology. After obtaining his undergraduate degree in 2007, Mr. Cromydas attended The John Marshall Law School. During his law school tenure, Mr. Cromydas focused his studies in litigation and trial advocacy. Mr. Cromydas’ talent and passion qualified him as one of only seven students among the hundreds of law clerks for the Cook County State’s Attorney’s Office to be accepted in the paid clerkship program. In his free time, Mr. Cromydas helps coach a Little League baseball team and is an active board member of the Dreams for Kids Foundation. Mr. Cromydas is also an active member in the Illinois Trial Lawyers Association, the Hellenic Bar Association, and the Illinois State Bar Association.

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