Quality legal services to businesses, local governments, and individuals throughout Northern Illinois.
AGHL Law, LLC (AGHL) is your trusted adviser which provides strategic guidance from an independent and unbiased perspective.
Our team of attorneys have a strong reputation for providing practical, effective, clear and efficient representation that sets us apart in both the quality of work and our ability to service and meet the needs of our clients.
Our firm’s diverse expertise in business and legal issues has proven to be of immense value to local governments who, acting on their own or in collaboration with other regional local governments seek to grow their economies.
AGHL Law’s business attorneys have decades of experience working with businesses, owners, boards, and executives.
Our firm helps people address issues affecting their personal lives. These issues range from the purchase of real estate and planning of their estates, to helping them address their personal interests in businesses, estates, and trusts.
AGHL Law Receives the Small Business of the Year Award at the Stateline Chamber of Commerce’s Awards Gala
AGHL Law, LLC received the Stateline Chamber small business of the year award last night at the Stateline Chamber of Commerce’s Awards Gala. This award recognizes a Stateline Chamber small business for a year of excellence. Growth, economic impact, and community support.
Bill Ranard and Ryan Armour of AGHL Law’s medical malpractice litigation group obtained a well-earned defense verdict for an emergency room physician
Bill Ranard and Ryan Armour of AGHL Law’s medical malpractice litigation group obtained a well-earned defense verdict for an emergency room physician on September 23, 2022, after an eight-day jury trial. The Plaintiff alleged wrongful death as a result of failing to diagnose and treat pulmonary...
Illinois Employee Sick Leave Act Amendments
The Illinois Employee Sick Leave Act, which was originally enacted in 2017, was amended in both 2021 and 2022. The 2021 amendment went into effect April 27, 2021 and requires employers to allow employees to take personal sick leave for absences due to “personal care” of a covered family member. ...