Pintas & Mullins Law Firm

Pintas & Mullins Law Firm

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Firm Overview

Backed by the necessary experience and compassionate counsel to represent injury victims, the Chicago-based personal injury firm of Pintas & Mullins Law Firm is dedicated to helping all clients reach the outcomes they desire. We make it a point to put our clients' goals at the top of our priority lists. Whether you have been harmed by medical malpractice, an auto collision, or any other form of negligence, you deserve to have strong representation on your side.
We bring a team approach to our client's cases, working together so you have the resources you need at all times. You deserve the highest quality counsel and this is exactly what you can expect when you hire our firm to represent you. Call us today to schedule your free consultation. We can meet you in your home or hospital and provide the information you need. We work on contingency fees so you only pay when we are successful.
Main Office
Main Office
368 W. Huron Street
Suite 100
Chicago  IL  60654
  • (800) 297-4555
  • (800) 311-2333


Free Initial Consultation?
Services Offered For Fixed Fees?
Contingency-fee basis only. We never charge unless we are successful.
Hourly Rates

Office Information

Office Hours
8 AM - 7 PM
Emergency After Hours
Languages Spoken
English, Spanish, Polish, Mongolian
Nursing Home
Nursing Home Injuries
As a larger percentage of our population grows older each year, we increasingly depend on elder care. Unfortunately each year, there are over one million reports of elder abuse in nursing homes. According to numerous studies, the most common types of elder abuse fall under the following categories:

-Neglect: occurs when a caregiver is negligent or indifferent to the well-being of the elderly person under their care. If a nursing home does not provide the necessary level of care required for the well-being of their resident, they may be negligent. Often, the neglect is not intentional, but rather a result of under-staffing problems at the nursing home.

-Abuse: of nursing home residents by a staff member or other residents includes physical, mental, and even sexual abuse.
-Physical Abuse includes everything from physical evidence
of assault, such as bruises and broken bones, to
untreated infections and bedsores.

-Mental Abuse may be more difficult to detect by the loved
ones of a resident, but it can be just as damaging as
physical abuse. This type of abuse includes isolation,
threats, or intentional negligence.

-Sexual Abuse at nursing homes involves sexual harassment
or sexual conduct that is forced on a resident without
consent, and can also cause severe physical and emotional

Common Warning Signs of Nursing Home Abuse or Neglect:

Some common warning signs of abuse or neglect in nursing homes include but are not limited to the following:

-Sudden and severe weight loss, or other signs of malnourishment
-Bedsores: Bedsores are ulcers, caused by pressure placed on parts of the body. They can be caused by a number of factors, including an immobile resident not being turned appropriately. Bed sores vary in severity, and often initially appear as persistent red areas on the skin. If left untreated, these sores can become so deep that they reach the muscle, bone or tendon. The elderly have a higher risk of developing bed sores due to thin skin, malnutrition, and poor circulation. This type of neglect is preventable, but healing becomes more difficult if the sores are left untreated.
-Frequent bruising, cuts or open wounds
-Unexplained fractures or broken bones
-Over-medication, which is characterized by symptoms of lethargy, permanent involuntary muscle movements, seizures, and even sudden death.

Contact Our Experienced Attorneys:

When nursing home abuse is suspected, residents and family members often feel angry and frustrated over the violation of trust by a facility that was supposed to care properly for a loved one. With over four decades of experience, the personal injury attorneys at the Pintas & Mullins Law Firm are extremely knowledgeable about all types of nursing home abuse and neglect. If you suspect a loved one has been neglected or abused in a nursing home, contact our office immediately. We will provide you with a free no-obligation consultation and explain your legal rights.
Product Liability
Defective Products & Medical Devices
There are numerous types of medical devices, many of which people depend on to survive. Improper manufacturing can cause device failures resulting in catastrophic injuries to the people who depend on them for their survival and safety. Manufacturers of medical devices are responsible for faulty manufacturing of medical devices and any injuries that result from the defect.

Our aggressive team of attorneys has recovered millions of dollars on behalf of victims injured by defective medical devices. The Pintas & Mullins Law Firm has helped victims receive compensation from manufacturers, hospitals and doctors. We will fight for your rights and ensure maximum compensation for your injury or loss. Contact us today for a free no-obligation consultation. We are currently reviewing cases for the following medical devices. Please visit the link for each medical device to learn more.

Crib Recall
DePuy Orthopaedics ASR Hip Replacement Systems
Metal-on-Metal Hip Devices
SUV Rollovers
Toyota Recall
Transvaginal Mesh
Zimmer Durom Cup Hip Replacement

What distinguishes your law firm from others?

First, we focus on close communication and finding creative solutions to all our clients' needs. we counsel our clients through one of the most difficult times of their lives, and we know that every accident, and every family, is unique. Our highest reward is when our clients breathe a sigh of relief knowing we will secure the best possible outcome for their case.

Second, our firm collaborates with the nation's top trial attorneys so that we can best serve our clients. By working as a team, our clients receive the best-skilled attorney for their case, along with the assurance that all of their questions and concerns are answered.

Laura Mullins

Fighting for the rights of the injured has been a passion of Laura's since she started law school in 1992.

Her approach to personal injury cases is simple: she listens to clients' concerns to understand their unique circumstances, and then meticulously fights on their behalf. Laura takes great pride in being there for clients throughout the complicated and lengthy process of treating their injury, healing from their losses, and securing a recovery. "There is simply no greater reward than knowing a recovery will change a client's life for the better," she says.
  • Syracuse University
    Bachelor's Degree , 1992
  • John Marshall Law School
    Juris Doctorate , 1995

William Pintas

William G. Pintas founded the firm, then as William G. Pintas & Associates, in 1985 to uphold the laws protecting injured victims. His focuses include nursing home, medical malpractice, lung cancer and mesothelioma, and other forms of serious injury. His work has generated impressive results for his clients nationwide.
  • University of Miami
    Bachelor's Degree
  • Thomas M. Cooley Law School
    Juris Doctorate , 1984