At the Mevorah Law Offices, we are dedicated to providing quality advice, steadfast guidance, experienced advocacy, and a superior level of client service. Our attorneys have more than 150 years of combined experience.
Our attorneys represent individuals and families across Illinois in diverse casework that includes personal injury, bankruptcy, real estate, immigration law, criminal law, family law and workers compensation.
When you turn to us for legal advice and guidance, you will know immediately that we genuinely care about you and your family. We will evaluate the circumstances leading to your injuries, explain the legal remedies available and devise a strategy to meet your objectives. Working closely with you from the outset, we will answer your questions and promptly return your phone calls. We also will meet with you on a regular basis, keeping you updated on the progress of your case.
Getting Legal Help
We make it easy for you to get the best legal help available. We offer: five offices for your convenience: Bloomingdale, Lombard, Joliet, St. Charles and Schaumburg. free case evaluation; contingency fees based on a successful outcome; Saturday and evening appointments; home and hospital visits if your injuries prevent you from traveling.
For legal expertise backed by our collective experience and proven track record of successful verdicts and settlements, call our office at 630-932-9100 or contact us online. We will be glad to arrange an appointment at a time and place convenient for you.
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Bradley Giglio is an experienced trial attorney with more than ten years of trial experience. Bradley spends time with his clients, carefully understanding what they need and what they are seeking, and brings all of his experience to bear in fighting on their behalf. Bradley'Âs success speaks for itself in the many examples of how he has helped his clients obtain positive outcomes in difficult situations.
Bradley successfully tried an Order of Protection case for his client whose ex-husband was using the children as a means to harass her while avoiding prosecution by the State'Âs Attorney. After the Order of Protection was entered against the ex-husband, he appealed the case to try and get it thrown out. Bradley stood by his client and had the experience and ability to continue fighting in the Appellate Court.
Bradley defended the appeal and was successful in keeping the Order of Protection for his client. When the Order of Protection was due to expire, Bradley traveled to a separate county and once again went to a hearing for his client and obtained an extension of the Order of Protection. It was then that Bradley's goal was realized in the peace that his client gained through the Order of Protection.
Client Counseling Champion Rickert Public Service Award Altgeld Outstanding Academic Achievement Scholarship
Tracey Hower is an associate attorney with the Mevorah Law Offices who brings her extensive and seasoned business background to her Family Law practice. Having been an Operations Manager for a fortune 500 company, among others, Tracey utilizes her business acumen to handle complex family law matters including valuation and division of corporate or other business assets. Tracey has a proven track record in contested divorce, custody, visitation, child support, paternity, and post decree cases in DuPage and Kane Counties.
At the Mevorah Law Offices, Tracey is compassionate about her clients needs and advocates for her clients vigorously both in the courtroom and with opposing counsel during negotiations, never losing sight of what is important to her clients. Tracey takes the time to find out what is important to her clients, gets a perspective of the entire case, and uses her negotiation and litigation experiences to creatively and successfully advocate for her clients.
Laura Childs has practiced law for 14 years. She is our senior Workers Compensation attorney, focusing her practice on Workers Compensation claims and appeals as well as plaintiffs Personal Injury cases.
Ms. Childs aggressively negotiates with insurance companies and litigates Workers' Compensation and Personal Injury claims to help clients recover financial compensation for medical expenses, lost wages, and pain and suffering resulting from accidents. A signification portion of her practice is devoted to helping clients with work-related injuries when benefits are denied or disputes arise about the nature and extent of injuries.
Paul Henry Millewich graduated from the National Law Center at George Washington University in Washington, D.C. and received his B.S. from the U.S. Coast Guard Academy in New London, Connecticut. Paul's experience in the Coast Guard has allowed him to assist clients with complex mechanical, technical, and engineering cases involving injuries and Wrongful Death.
Paul has dedicated his practice to representing injured clients in Product Liability and Medical Malpractice cases. Paul has been a Personal Injury attorney for 33 years, and he is an experienced and skilled litigator. Every case Paul accepts is prepared for trial. He is an aggressive advocate for his clients, and if negotiations break down, he is always ready to proceed to trial.
Mr. Doerr is married and has two children and three teenage grandchildren. In his 35+ years of practice, Mr. Doerr has tried cases on matters ranging from speeding to murder. In 1972, he was selected out of 200 applicants as one of 10 participants in the St. Louis County Prosecutor's intern program. During his 31 years in Bankruptcy practice, he has seen two major revisions in bankruptcy laws, the first in 1978 and the second in 2005. Mr. Doerrâs leisure activities include cross-country skiing, sailing, and driving his classic 1973 Corvette convertible.
Matthew B. Sperry is a passionate advocate who is dedicated to protecting the rights and advancing the interests of his clients. Matthew will give you an honest evaluation of your case and identify how your case can best be fought.
Matthew has successfully defended clients who were charged with Domestic Battery, DUI, Disorderly Conduct, Possession of Drug Paraphernalia, Possession of Alcohol by a Minor, and Possession of Marijuana. Matthew has successfully had charges reduced from felonies to misdemeanors and obtained supervision sentences for clients as well.
Matthew's litigation experience spans both criminal prosecution and defense across Illinois and Florida. Matthew prosecuted cases for the Pinellas County Statess Attorneys Office, defended clients for the Pinellas County Public DefenderÂs Office, and defended clients for the Kane County Public DefenderÂs Office. While Matthew is a member of Florida Bar, at present he is not accepting cases from that jurisdiction.
For 10 years, Gregory Reeder has been a vigorous advocate for his clients and public servant throughout the State of Illinois. Greg has successfully defended clients at all stages of litigation in both criminal and civil courts with a specialty in criminal defense, civil litigation divorce and juvenile law. Greg served five years as an Assistant Public Defender in Will County at the felony, misdemeanor, and juvenile divisions.
While with the public defenderÂs office, Gregory tried several jury trials including cases ranging from Driving Under the Influence to Aggravated Criminal Sexual Assault. After leaving the Public DefenderÃÂs Office, Greg continued to serve the public at the Law Office of Gregory M. Reeder, P.C. providing his litigation experience and advocacy to cases in Will, Grundy, Cook, Du Page, Kane, Kendall, DeKalb and McLean counties.
Greg believes that its easier to feel comfortable when seeking representation if the lawyer and firm is knowledgeable but understanding enough to take the time to impart that knowledge to their clients. For Greg, each client is a person who cares enough to place their trust in his hands to be honest, diligent, and aggressive enough to handle their case. Its a task that Greg takes great pride and joy in meeting each and every day.
Gail M. Hercule is a returning associate with Steven H. Mevorah & Associates. She had been with the firm several years ago and has returned not only concentrating in Domestic Relations but also in Employment Discrimination.
Having been a registered nurse, Ms. Hercule brings an unusual sense of compassion and empathy in working with her clients. She is an avid listener and follows through on her clients needs and requests. Her clients respect and trust her and have sent her their families and friends to work on their issues. She has done several divorces for one client and other clients return to her for post-divorce issues. Her first referral after law school was the sister of one of her classmates. Ms. Hercule continues to get numerous referrals from that classmate.
Susan M. Brazas is a seasoned trial attorney who has practiced law for 22 years. She handles trials and appeals in nearly all areas of civil litigation in Illinois and Wisconsin. Susan has helped many clients achieve successful outcomes in cases of personal injury and wrongful death, family law, guardianships, adoptions, employment law, and contract disputes. Susan was part of the trial team representing six military personnel and spouses in a case involving the 1985 hijacking of TWA Flight 847, in federal district court in the District of Columbia. The award of $308 million against the Islamic Republic of Iran was the record largest per diem compensatory award for international airliner hijacking and torture to surviving victims of international terrorism.
Susan has helped injured clients to win well-deserved compensation for their injuries, by aggressively fighting their wrongdoers. Susan has helped parents win sole custody of their children after lengthy and hotly contested hearings. Susan recently helped a single father to victory in defeating the efforts of his childs mother to move the child to Kansas. Susan also helped a victim of sexual harassment fight against her former employer, who fired her after she lodged a complaint that a wealthy member of the employers board made sexual advances. Susans well-crafted and thoroughly written briefs led to success, as the Court of Appeals reversed the federal district judges decision. Justice was served when the client obtained a settlement award.
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