Joliet Personal Injury Lawyers Open New Office

September 17, 2019 - /PressAdvantage/ - Law Offices of Parente & Norem, P. C. - Joliet, a personal injury law firm based out of Joliet, Illinois, is pleased to announce that they are opening a new office in Joliet. The law firm, whose main office is situated in Chicago (along with a satellite location in Will County), is proud to serve clients in Joliet as well as the surrounding neighborhoods and counties, with the opening of their brand new location.

Christopher Norem, one of the name partners of the Law Offices of Parente & Norem, P. C. - Joliet and a representative for the firm, says, “Our law firm takes pride in our litigation and trial experience. We work under a simple philosophy: If the offer is not fair to our client, we try the case. This means that if we can’t get a fair settlement offer, we are not afraid to take the case to trial to ensure our clients get what they deserve and nothing less. Our experience includes a vast number of cases covering a broad variety of personal injury-related claims. All of this experience, accumulated over the past 20+ years, has given our attorneys the ability to understand our clients’ needs and utilize every resource we have on hand to try and maximize the recovery amount on the claim.”

The company is a civil litigation and trial firm that specializes in personal injury, construction site injuries, medical malpractice, and work-related occurrences. Since their establishment back in 1996, the firm has secured over $325 million dollars for their clients and their families. Norem says, “With the opening of our new location, we are looking forward to helping out more of the good people of Joliet and the surrounding areas.” More information about their new location can be found at the following link: Joliet personal injury attorneys.

Unlike many of their competitors, the company says that their attorneys believe in personalized attention to their clients’ needs. To that end, they make every effort possible to communicate on a regular basis with all of their clients regarding their cases so that the clients can be kept up-to-date. The firm ensures that their partners’ caseloads are kept to a reasonable baseline to ensure that personal attention can be given to every case. The firm proclaims that it is not a “referral house,” and that if a client’s file is accepted, they will be the personal injury lawyers handling the case completely through to its resolution, including trial and appeal if necessary.

The law firm’s dedication to serving their clients is reflected in the positive reviews they have received from their clients. In her five-star review, Patricia Jones says, “This law firm has been the best! My lawyer, Izabela, was the best! I was out of work for almost two years and Izabela ensured that I received my earnings. There were times that I couldn’t hear her voice but email became our best friend. I received a response within 24 hours or less. She was my personal pitbull, fighting on my behalf to ensure my financial needs were met, as well as my health concerns and my overall mental health concerns. I would not have remained sane without her.”

Another five-star Google review by Butch Lefebvre reads, “During my workman’s comp case I contacted Matt Coleman. He ensured me everything will be okay. During the process, he was always available and always took the time to explain what was going on to me. Without his help, I wouldn’t have gotten the settlement I did. Even as of today, Matt still calls to check up on me. I would highly recommend him and his firm.”

Those who are interested in visiting the Law Offices of Parente & Norem, P. C. - Joliet may use the following link to find directions to their Joliet office. Interested parties may find additional information about the firm as well as the services they provide on their website. In addition to their website, the law office also maintains a page on Facebook where they post frequent updates, provide general legal advice, and interact with their community.

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For more information about Law Offices of Parente & Norem, P. C. - Joliet, contact the company here:

Law Offices of Parente & Norem, P. C. - Joliet
Christopher Norem
815-768-2417
parentenoremseo@gmail.com
Law Offices of Parente & Norem, P.C. - Joliet 81 N. Ottawa Street, Joliet, IL 60432 815-768-2417

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