Chris O'Shea joined the Lowe Law Group as an associate attorney in 2021. Chris devotes his entire practice at the Lowe Law Group to fighting for clients who have sustained personal injuries, including cases involving automobile and truck collisions, uninsured and underinsured arbitration claims, pedestrian cases, and slip and fall accidents. Chris takes extreme pride in his ability to dig deeper for clients to help them receive the compensation and justice that they deserve. and fighting for each of his clients to obtain maximum value from insurance companies. Since becoming licensed in 2018, Chris has worked tirelessly to provide the representation for his clients by planning a long-term trial strategy with each case, so if that case does not settle, a foundation will already be in place that will ultimately put each client's case in the best possible position to succeed at trial. Chris believes that if you prepare a case for trial from inception, there will be an even better chance at resolution to help clients be put in the best possible position to be made whole with a favorable settlement or verdict.
Chris graduated from the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign in 2015 with a degree in political science and communication. He enrolled at DePaul University College of Law in Chicago that fall. While in law school, he served as the Executive Editor for Depaul's Journal of Sports Law, and was published within that Journal. While in law school, Chris worked at a commercial litigation creditor rights firm, as well as at a prominent personal injury firm as both a law clerk, and later as an attorney. Chris obtained a Juris Doctor from DePaul University in May of 2018, and was admitted to the Illinois State Bar in November of 2018. He is also licensed to practice in the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Illinois.
- $588,922.00 verdict for a pedestrian who was partially run over in a parking lot in an automobile accident;
- $155,000 settlement for two women who were rear-ended at a high speed;
- $150,000 settlement for a woman who slipped and fell down a flight of defective stairs at her physician's office;
- $110,000 verdict for a woman who tripped and fell on a defective exterior sidewalk within her condominium assocation's property;
- $105,000 verdict for a City of Chicago Streets and Sanitation employee who was struck by a co-worker's vehicle while walking through a parking lot