About Kane County, Illinois

Kane County, Illinois has a population of over 515,000 people and, as seen in the map below, is located in the northern part of Illinois:

Counties near Kane County include McHenry County (to the north), Kendall County (to the south), Cook County (to the east), DuPage County (to the east), and DeKalb County (to the south).

Kane County contains a variety of cities and towns, including (in full or in part) Algonquin, Aurora, Batavia, Burlington, Carpentersville, Elgin, Geneva, Hampshire, Kaneville, North Aurora, South Elgin, Sugar Grove, and West Dundee.

Kane County has substantial traffic because of a variety of major roadways.  Some of these major roadways include:

  • Interstate 88 (I-88)
  • Interstate 90 (I-90)
  • U.S. Highway 20
  • U.S. Highway 30
  • Illinois Route 31
  • Illinois Route 47
  • Illinois Route 64

Other major roads in Kane County include Randall Road, Keslinger Road, Burr Road, Meredith Road, and McDonald Road.

This Kane County Personal Injury Lawyer site discusses a variety of issues regarding Kane County car accidents and other vehicle accidents that occur in Kane County.  As well, it discusses legal issues, including lawsuits, that one may pursue if one is injured in a Kane County car accident.

The site also highlights the Elman Joseph Law Group, an Illinois personal injury law firm that handles Kane County personal injury cases.  Elman Joseph Law Group concentrates in personal Injury and wrongful death cases that involving automobile accidents.  As well, other types of vehicular accidents (bike, bus, motorcycle, pedestrian, truck, etc.) are also a focus.