Just 25 miles northwest of Chicago, Arlington Heights has grown from a small farming community into a robust area of quality living. Although many of its residents work in the neighboring metropolis of Chicago, the city has its own local businesses that employ and sustain the populous as well.
Rosenfeld Lawyers is committed to the aggressive representation of people injured in Arlington Heights, Illinois. If you or a loved one was injured in an accident, we invite you to contact our office for a free review of your case with an experienced Arlington Heights accident attorney.
From Produce To Horses
Arlington Heights was founded by William Dunton in the mid 1800’s and went by the name Dunton until it was incorporated in 1887 as Arlington Heights. The population stayed at or below 2,000 until the 1920’s, staying a mostly agricultural region. In 1927, the horse track was opened and brought spectators and growth to the area. By 1930, the population had doubled, coming in at 4,997 in the census.
The original grandstand was in place until 1985, when it burned in a fire. The track was rebuilt and opened again in 1989. Arlington Park Race Track hosts a Breeder’s Cup qualifying race annually, the Arlington Million and even hosted the Breeder’s Cup in 2002. Arlington Park is the largest local employer, with 4,500 employees reported in 2010.
Standard Of Living: A Nice Place To Raise A Family
Arlington Heights is a higher end suburb, making it a desirable place to live. Although the cost of living is higher than many other cities and areas of Illinois, the cost is offset by the low crime rate and excellent schools.
- The total crime rate is 31% less than the rest of the state
- Violent crimes are 76% lower when compared to the entire state
- High school graduation rate is 93%, 11% higher than the state average
- Student ratios are 13:1, 24% lower than the state average
Most of the households that live in Arlington Heights are families with small children. The 2000 census showed that 99% of the households in Arlington Heights had children under the age of 18. It is a strong family community, making it a great place to raise children in the Chicago area.
Healthcare For The Sick And Injured
Arlington Heights has two major hospitals in the area to serve the over 30,000 families in its community.
Northwest Community Hospital
800 West Central Road
3040 West Salt Creek Lane
For information on Arlington Heights, the history, community and services, there is a website that contains a great amount of information. Their website address is at www.vah.com. They also are open 8:00 am to 5:00 pm , Monday thru Friday at:
Arlington Heights Village Hall
33 S. Arlington Heights Rd.
Arlington Heights has come a long ways from the potato and apple farmers 100 years ago. It is now a vibrant family orientated community that is a wonderful place to raise children.
Rosenfeld Injury Lawyers LLC welcomes the opportunity to represent the families of Arlington Heights that have been involved in any unfortunate accidents that have left them injured or have been victims of medical negligence. We understand that there is no such thing as a ‘convenient’ time for an incident to occur and when one does it can take a family by storm. Selecting a personal injury law firm to represent you in an accident in a significant decision that will likely have an impact on the terms of your settlement.
Our attorneys are mindful of our role in cases for our clients welcome the opportunity to discuss your situation at your home, hospital or at our office. We offer free consultations and work on a contingency fee schedule. We are available 24-hours a day, seven days a week to discuss your situation– be it an accident in Arlington Heights or elsewhere. Our offices are located in Chicago at 225 W Wacker Dr. To visit our offices from Arlington Heights, take I-90 E to I-94 E and then take Exit 51C. Turn right onto Washington Blvd, then right onto Clark Street. Take your first left onto Calhoun Pl and then another left onto to Dearborn. Our offices are on the right.
For information on cities in and around Arlington Heights, please look at the pages below:
- Buffalo Grove
- Elk Grove Village
- Des Plaines
- Hoffman Estates
- Mount Prospect
- Park Ridge
- Prospect Heights
- Rolling Meadows
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