Nemeroff Law Offices is proud to serve the residents of Glencoe. Glencoe is an affluent village in Cook County. The total population was over 8,000. Located on suburban Chicago's North Shore makes Glencoe a desirable suburb to raise a family. Students attend the prestigious New Trier High School District.
Glencoe borders Lake Michigan on the west side. Its magnificent bluffs overlook the lake and ravines. It is separated from adjoining suburbs by over 1,000 acres of the Cook County Forest Preserve. It is home to three beautiful golf clubs. The private Lake Shore Country Club, the public Glencoe Golf Club, and the private Skokie Country Club.
The village is surrounded on by upper-income communities, Highland Park, Northbrook, and Winnetka. The Skokie Lagoons are located in the forest preserve. The forest preserve has a bicycle trail. Glencoe has gone through some revitalization in the last 20 years. Small quaint historical homes are rapidly being replaced by large new construction homes. Controversy continues around this issue on historic preservation. Glencoe has been the setting for many major motion pictures. Some of the movies are Risky Business, Ferris Bueller's Day Off, and Sixteen Candles.
Places of interest to visit in Glencoe:
- Chicago Botanic Garden
- Cook County Forest Preserves
- Frank Lloyd Wright-designed Sylvan Road Bridge
- Frank Lloyd Wright-designed Ravine Bluffs Subdivision entry
- North Shore Congregation Israel Synagogue
- Glencoe Train Station
- Friends Park
- Glencoe Golf Club
- Glencoe Park District
- Glencoe Public Library
- Glencoe Sailing Beach
- Phil Thomas Park
- Kalk Park
- Men's Library Club
- Skokie Lagoons
The Glencoe Police Department is the police agency that investigates Glencoe car accidents, motorcycle accidents, and truck accident. The Glencoe Police Department is located at 325 Hazel Ave, Glencoe, IL 60022. The Glencoe Police Department is the police agency that investigates Glencoe car accidents, motorcycle accidents, and truck accident. If you are involved in an accident in Glencoe involving personal injury, call 911. To order an Illinois Traffic Crash Report, send a letter along with a $5 fee to the records division, Glencoe Police Department, 325 Hazel Ave, Glencoe, IL 60022. Make sure to include a self-addressed stamped envelope so the report will be mailed back to you. For non-emergency information call (847)835-4112.
The Illinois Traffic Crash Report is an important document when pursuing a personal injury case. It contains the name of the people involved in the accident, their addresses and the names and addresses of witnesses to the accident. It documents whether or not a ticket was issued by the Glencoe Police to any of the drivers involved in the car accident. Finally, it contains the name and policy number for all of the people involved in a Glencoe personal injury accident.
GLENCOE BICYCLE AND GLENCOE PEDESTRIAN ACCIDENTS:
On March 15, 2016, a 71 yr. old woman was struck by a car while riding her bicycle. The woman suffered life-threatening injuries and was taken via ambulance to Evanston Hospital. The accident occurred near the 200 block of Scott Avenue in Glencoe. No additional information was released at this time.
The Glencoe car accident attorneys at Nemeroff Law Offices represents clients in all types of Glencoe personal injury cases including motor vehicle accidents, train accidents, premises liability, nursing home abuse and neglect, and medical malpractice matters. Our attorneys have served Illinois clients and the loved ones of those who have been wrongfully killed due to negligence.
If you or someone you know believes to have a Glencoe injury claim, contact us to speak with you to discuss your potential case with one of our experienced Chicago personal injury and Chicago medical malpractice attorneys. Call Nemeroff Law Offices at 312-629-8800 or complete our contact us form on line. The consultation is free, no cost or obligation to you at all.