Cameron J. Tober, originally from St. Louis, Missouri, joined O’Connor Law Firm in 2017 as a law clerk. Prior to his time with the firm, Cameron attended Purdue University where he received a Bachelor of Science in Economics and a minor in Political Science. He was very involved on campus and chaired the Interfraternity Council Advisory Board where he authored campus-wide risk management policies. After graduating from Purdue, 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, and assisted a skilled criminal defense attorney on the Homicide Task Force in the defense of those accused of murder. 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 the development of litigation and dispute resolution skills including advanced trial practice, mediation, and healthcare litigation. Following his graduation, Cameron joined O’Connor Law Firm, Ltd., as an attorney where his passion for helping injured victims carries through into his work.
Cameron has worked on a wide range of cases at O’Connor Law Firm, Ltd., including medical malpractice, wrongful death, motor vehicle accidents, slip and falls, nursing home malpractice, section 1983 civil rights violations, carbon monoxide poisoning and much more. He has spent countless hours preparing for trials and depositions, as well as writing discovery motions, briefs, settlement demands, discovery responses, and developing case strategy. 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. Cameron is licensed to practice law in the State of Illinois and is a member of the Illinois Trial Lawyers Association. Outside of work, Cameron is a devoted Dodgers fan, enjoys playing chess and the guitar, and loves reading about American history. He volunteers on the Collegiate Chapter Advisory Board for his fraternity, Delta Sigma Phi, and always cherishes time spent with family.