Beth E. Young

312-425-3131

10 South LaSalle Street, Suite 900, Chicago, IL 60603

211 Landmark Drive, Suite C2, Normal, IL 61761

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Beth E. Young

Beth E. Young

Associate

Direct Phone:312-334-9506

Ms. Young defends employers, insurers and third-party administrators in a variety of legal matters stemming from workers’ compensation claims in Illinois. She began practicing workers’ compensation defense in 2007. She has experience before the Illinois Workers’ Compensation Commission and has worked many cases from inception through trial and thereafter through the appellate process. She has appeared at every workers’ compensation venue within the State of Illinois and is familiar with each venue’s unique procedure.

While in law school, she had an internship at the Illinois State Treasurer’s office, a clerkship for an administrative law judge at the Illinois Commerce Commission and clerked at a commercial litigation law firm. Upon graduation, Beth spent a year and a half as a clerk for a judge in Law Division at the Circuit Court of Cook County and assisted teaching an Illinois Civil Procedure class at Chicago-Kent College of Law.

She is committed to finding new and creative ways to provide an excellent defense to all BCM clients.

When she is away from her desk, she loves spending time with her husband and her two amazing daughters.

Bar Admissions

  • Illinois, 2005

Education

  • John Marshall Law School
  • University of Illinois
  • Chicago Bar Association
  • Workers' Compensation Lawyers Association
  • IRTB
  • DRI - The Voice of the Defense Bar
  • The Illinois Association of Defense Trial Counsel
  • Illinois Self-Insurers' Association
  • Chicago Bar Association
  • Workers' Compensation Lawyers Association
  • IRTB
  • DRI - The Voice of the Defense Bar
  • The Illinois Association of Defense Trial Counsel
  • Illinois Self-Insurers' Association
10 South LaSalle Street, Suite 900
Chicago, IL 60603
Phone: 312-425-3131
211 Landmark Drive, Suite C2
Normal, IL 61761
Phone: 309-862-4914
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