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Donovan S. Fechner
Donovan earned his Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Wisconsin at Milwaukee in 1990. Donovan received by his law degree with honors from Northern Illinois University in 1994 and was admitted to the Illinois State Bar in November 1994. Since 1994, he has been engaged as a litigation and trial attorney in the practice of law in Illinois, concentrating in personal injury and workers compensation law. Donovan has a wide array of experience in in all types of personal injury matters, including wrongful death accidents, automobile accidents, motorcycle accidents, truck accidents, bicycle accidents, worker’s compensation injuries, medical malpractice injuries and dog bite injuries
Donovan is part of the law firm of Marc J. Shuman & Associates, Ltd. This law practice is home to leading Illinois injury lawyers who are consulted by individuals and their families regarding the possibility of obtaining compensation for their physical and psychological suffering. Donovan and the staff at Marc J. Shuman & Associates, Ltd. work together the help alleviate the stress and uncertainty that comes from being injured.
For over a quarter century, Donovan has represented hundreds of injured persons and achieved favorable outcomes for these clients at the Illinois Workers Compensation Commission, the Illinois state courts, as well as in federal courts in Illinois resulting in verdicts and awards of millions of dollars for his clients. More importantly, however, is his attention to detail and the preparation he demonstrates in the handling of all of his cases, regardless of their case value.
Donovan lives in the southwestern suburbs of Chicago with his wife, son and dog. Whenever time allows, they all enjoy traveling, attending sporting events, or most any other outdoor activity.
Donovan S Fechner’s Legal Education:
- Northern Illinois University College of Law – J.D.- 1991 – 1994
- University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee – Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) Political Science and Government