Patrick J. Condron

Patrick J. Condron

Patrick J. Condron, “Of Counsel” with Susan E. Loggans & Associates, P.C., has been an attorney with a concentration in personal injury litigation his entire legal career, which began in 1979. Patrick is a lifelong Chicagoan who grew up on the southwest side of Chicago. His father, Joseph, was first generation Irish who served in the U.S. Army with distinction in World War II and was a gracious and hard-working manager in the grocery business. Patrick comes from a family of six brothers and one sister. He and his brothers played many sports in grammar school and high school, including basketball, football, baseball, and boxing. Patrick went to Leo High School, which has a long tradition of producing lawyers and judges. Three of Patrick’s brothers are lawyers. Patrick worked his way through college and law school. Patrick graduated from Illinois State University with Honors and attended law school at DePaul University Law School in Chicago. Patrick was the first associate to practice with Susan Loggans and has been with Ms. Loggans since 1979, including being her senior associate and partner.

Mr. Condron has litigated every type of personal injury case in tort, including medical malpractice, automobile negligence, and products liability cases, including chemical warning defects, as well as cases involving defective machinery, premises liability, construction accidents, and other forms of intentional and negligent conduct resulting in serious injury or wrongful death.

Types of malpractice cases where Mr. Condron and Ms. Loggans have teamed up as Chicago medical malpractice lawyers to achieve multi-million dollar recoveries have been in cases like birth injuries to children resulting in cerebral palsy and other handicaps, various forms of cancer misdiagnosis and late diagnosis, as well as numerous other forms of medical conditions that have been ignored or mishandled by medical personnel.

Examples of the settlements that Ms. Loggans and Mr. Condron have achieved include:

  • 3.1 million dollars against multiple contractors in a Will County case for a widow whose husband fell through the roof of a business being constructed in the Southern suburbs, despite the employer being fined by OSHA;
  • Seven-figure settlement with a local hospital for medical malpractice for below the knee amputation following a gunshot wound;
  • $600,000 for a truck driver who fell from a temporary ladder at a business that denied owning the ladder;
  • Seven figure settlement for wrongful death for malpractice resulting in a stillborn baby at a local teaching hospital for failure to promptly and appropriately respond to emails;
  • Policy limit from a physician who failed to act upon a patient’s elevated cholesterol for three (3) years. The client was previously rejected by another firm who felt that no case existed.

Mr. Condron has been a keynote speaker to various legal groups including the Chicago Bar Association, Arkansas Trial Lawyers, and other groups to discuss the intricacies of personal injury litigation.  Patrick married his grammar school sweetheart, Kathleen. She also comes from a large Irish family from the southwest side of Chicago. Kathleen’s father, Henry, was a Chicago policeman whose long service are defined by the terms, “integrity” and “courage.” Patrick and Kathleen were married in 1979, the same year he was sworn into the legal practice. Kathleen is a teacher who specializes in working with deaf children with multiple learning deficits in the southwest suburbs. Patrick and Kathleen have four grown children – Katie, a schoolteacher, Anne, a web-site editor, Patrick Jr., a construction project manager and Ellen, a senior at the University of Illinois who is majoring in hospitality and culinary arts after recently completing an internship in an exclusive north side restaurant. Patrick and his family spend much of their time attending family functions or just hanging out in southwestern Michigan.

Mr. Condron has a successful select private practice in addition to his Of Counsel work with Ms. Loggans. Mr. Condron provides all forms of legal support services with Ms. Loggans to assist clients with their needs in the litigation process from start to finish.