Cameron J. Tober

Cameron J. Tober is licensed to practice law in the states of Illinois and Missouri. His practice at O’Connor Law Firm, Ltd., includes a wide range of cases such as motor vehicle accidents, medical malpractice, wrongful death & survival actions, section 1983 civil rights violations, prisoners’ rights, nursing home neglect, and much more. He has successfully litigated, negotiated, and secured millions of dollars in settlements and awards on behalf of his clients. Cameron’s strong work ethic and compassionate outlook make him attentive to clients’ needs and allow him to approach each case and new challenge with precision and tirelessness. He’s admitted to practice in federal court in the Northern District of Illinois and is a member of the Illinois Trial Lawyers Association. Outside of work Cameron is a devoted Dodger baseball fan. He loves taking his dog Trooper to the park, reading about American history, and cherishes time spent with family.
Originally from St. Louis, Cameron joined O’Connor Law Firm in 2017 as a law clerk. Prior to his time with the firm, Cameron attended Purdue University and received a Bachelor of Science in Economics and a minor in Political Science. At Purdue he chaired the IFC Advisory Board where he authored campus-wide risk management policies. He went on to law school at Loyola University Chicago, where he graduated with his Juris Doctorate. While in law school, Cameron clerked for the Cook County Public Defender’s Office with an experienced attorney on the Homicide Task Force. Cameron also obtained his Rule 711 license and worked for the Loyola University Veteran’s Clinic where he was an advocate for veterans on various family law matters. He graduated with a special certification in advocacy for his focus on litigation and dispute resolution skills including advanced trial practice, mediation, and healthcare litigation.