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Yes I think you should speak to the attorney with all the experience, it will be up to him and the firm if he takes contingency fee cases. He should advise you at the end of your consultation. I did alot of volunteer work for legal aid here where I am located.
If he is unable to help you let me see if I can find the legal groups around Chicago that offer assistance. You never know you might get a new attorney that wants the experience to take the case on just to learn.
Look at this link http://www.illinoislegalaid.org/index.cfm?fuseaction=home.helpfulorgsall&zipcode=61764&criteria=legal
don't go to the thing listed last as that is just a self help place probably mostly for divorces, etc.
I think you could call the law firm listed at the top if the man with 57 yrs can't help you and they could either help you or point you towards someone?
So you know they generally won't advertise that they take contingency fee cases, except for the personal injury car wreck attorneys. I have no way to search for that. If you want to find out the most about your rights don't mention contingency until the end of the consultation when you meet with the older attorney. If you mention that when you call they may just say we don't do that and not set an appointment. It might help just to hear what he says for 30 minutes even if at the end he says he does not do contingency fee cases.
If he does not call the number at the top of the page that I sent you.
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