J. Andrew Brabender is the founder of Brabender Law LLC. He focuses his practice on tenants' rights, litigation and personal injury.
Illinois Institute of Technology
J.D. | Law
Honors: Order of the Coif,
University of Wisconsin - Eau Claire
B.S. | Criminal Justice
Honors: Summa Cum Laude,
Top 1% of class
Brabender & Chiang
Andrew founded Brabender and Chiang to assist businesses and individuals with tenants' rights, personal injury, and litigation matters.
Chicago-Kent College of Law, Illinois Institute of Technology
Andrew taught second-year law students transactional legal writing skills.
The Cochran Firm
For over 5 years Andrew assisted clients of the Cochran firm with their personal injury and wrongful death matters. His clients recovered millions of dollars for their injuries or the loss of their loved ones.
Chicago Bar Association
Illinois State Bar Association
Asian American Bar Association
Associate Board of the Legal Aid Society - Metropolitan Family Services
A: Under the Animal Control Act dog owners are almost always legally responsible for dog bites so long as the dog was not provoked and the victim had a legal right to be where the incident occurred. Renters' and homeowners' insurance usually covers dog bites (though breed restrictions do exist). If you have insurance, report it to your carrier. If you do not have insurance and the victim has threatened to sue, contact an attorney.