Christopher J. Warmbold (Associate)
Mr. Warmbold concentrates his practice in personal injury, worker’s compensation and general civil litigation. He is a skilled and dedicated lawyer whose significant experience in the courtroom sets him apart from his peers, and equips him to level the playing field against the high-priced lawyers insurance companies and corporations hire. Chris previously worked for the Kendall County Public Defender’s Office where he successfully represented indigent men and women against the power and influence of the State’s Attorney’s Office.
He was admitted to practice law in Illinois in 2013.
He graduated Cum Laude from Northern Illinois University receiving his bachelor’s degree in economics. He received his law degree from Northern Illinois University College of Law in 2013.
Mr. Warmbold was recognized by Northern Illinois University College of Law for having completed 60 hours of pro-bono work on behalf of indigent clients during his last year of law school. He was elected vice-president of the Kendall County Bar Association in 2016 and later served as President of the Bar Association in 2017. He currently serves on the Board of Directors. In 2021 Christopher was selected as a Rising Star by Super Lawyers.
- $7.7 Million verdict for the family of a 40 year old woman who died from a thiamine deficiency following gastric bypass surgery.
- In a highly contested liability case, Paul Krentz and Christopher Warmbold asked a Kane County jury to award $928,000.00 to their client, a 63 year old driver, accused of running a red light, who was seriously injured in a car crash at the intersection of Route 47 and Plank Road. After a couple hours of deliberation, the jury returned a $903,000.00 verdict in their client’s favor.
He is an active member of the Illinois State Bar Association, Kane County Bar Association, and Kendall County Bar Association where he currently serves on the Board of Directors.
He is also a member of the Kendall County Juvenile Justice Council and currently serves on the finance committee.
Mr. Warmbold was born in Chicago, Illinois. He is a lifelong resident of northern Illinois and was raised in McHenry County. He and his wife, Dana, reside in suburban Cook County and have one child, John Patrick. In his free time, he enjoys running marathons with his father, fishing, gardening and cheering for the Chicago Bears.
He is a volunteer for the Northern Illinois University College of Law mentor-mentee program where he assists his mentees with career advice and gaining practical experience before entering the legal profession.
“My career has been dedicated to fighting for those who are marginalized, over-looked and in need of help. Coming from a family of blue-collar workers taught me the importance of hard work, integrity, and standing up for your neighbor. Those values embody who I am personally, and they are what drive me as a lawyer.”
- Chris Warmbold