Share on Facebook
Share on Twitter

By Berwyn Development Corp

The practice is owned and operated by Andrew Barone, who brings clients 17 years of experience in Social Security Disability law. Past clients include children, adults, veterans and railroad workers. A graduate of Morton West High School in Berwyn and University of Illinois at Chicago, Andrew worked his way through college as a carpenter. "During my time as a carpenter, I realized how quickly health and good fortune could be lost when one suffers a work-ending injury or illness," said Andrew. He graduated from law school at Touro College in 2000 and began practicing disability law. In 2017, he started The Law Office of Andrew A. Barone in North Riverside.

"We came back to this community because we care about it and have roots in it. This practice is something that we're passionate about. We're here to help the area however we can, whenever we can," said Andrew Barone.                                                                                     

"We're happy that you chose to come back to the community where you grew up. The Berwyn Development Corporation is here to help you with anything you need!" said BDC Board President Richard "Jousef" Mondragon.

Connect with The Law Office of Andrew Barone online at, via email at or via phone at (708) 888-4357. For more information on the ribbon cutting, contact the BDC at (708) 788-8100.

Love the Journal?

Become our partner in independent community journalism

Thanks for turning to Wednesday Journal and We love our thousands of digital-only readers. Now though we're asking you to partner up in paying for our reporters and photographers who report this news. It had to happen, right?

On the plus side, we're giving you a simple way, and a better reason, to join in. We're now a non-profit -- Growing Community Media -- so your donation is tax deductible. And signing up for a monthly donation, or making a one-time donation, is fast and easy.

No threats from us. The news will be here. No paywalls or article countdowns. We're counting on an exquisite mix of civic enlightenment and mild shaming. Sort of like public radio.

Claim your bragging rights. Become a digital member.

Donate Now

Reader Comments

No Comments - Add Your Comment

Note: This page requires you to login with Facebook to comment.

Comment Policy

Facebook Connect

Answer Book 2019

To view the full print edition of the Wednesday Journal 2019 Answer Book, please click here.

Quick Links

Sign-up to get the latest news updates for Oak Park and River Forest.

MultimediaContact us
Submit Letter To The Editor
Place a Classified Ad