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Sandra K. Loeb



Sandra K. Loeb is a partner with Spiros Law, P.C. She has devoted twenty-two years of legal practice to representing injured persons in workers’ compensation and personal injury matters throughout Central Illinois and beyond. She has successfully tried cases before juries in Champaign, Kankakee and Vermilion Counties, and has arbitrated workers’ compensation cases all over the State of Illinois. She has also taken many court room battles through the appeals process and has found justice for her clients in the higher courts.

Sandy’s communication, writing, and research skills have helped countless clients–solidifying her reputation as one of Illinois’ premier attorneys. Humble and always willing to collaborate, Sandy enthusiastically shares her knowledge and experience with her clients and colleagues.

Sandy is a member of the Bar Associations for Champaign and Vermilion Counties, the Illinois Trial Lawyers Association, and the Illinois Bar Association. She is a past president of the East Central Illinois Women Attorneys Association and currently serves on its program committee where she helps to design and facilitate continuing legal education programs for a diverse membership. Sandy has also earned the recognition of being named a Leading Lawyer, an honor that is bestowed upon less than five percent of lawyers in a given state each year and can only be earned through the recommendations of peers in statewide surveys.

She is a double Illini, having obtained her B.A. in 1994 from the University of Illinois College of Liberal Arts and Sciences and her J.D. in 1999 from the University of Illinois College of Law. She was admitted to the Illinois State Bar in 1999.

In her spare time, Sandy enjoys cooking, cycling, and running. She is a member of the Second Wind Running Club and the Kennekuk Road Runners. She has completed seven marathons and too many half-marathons to count. Sandy resides in Champaign with her husband, Chris.