Schaumburg Personal Injury Attorney
Representing Accident Victims In Illinois
Since 1981, the law firm of R. Mark Maritote, P.C., has served the people of DuPage County, Cook County and the surrounding communities in Illinois. Today, the core of our practice is the same as it was then: representing injured people in personal injury cases. We are passionate about protecting injured people from insurance companies that refuse to give them fair compensation for their losses. We have recovered millions of dollars for our injured clients in the last 30-plus years.
A Focus on Personal Injury Claims Since 1981
Whether you were injured in a car accident, on dangerous property or while on the job, you can rely on the Schaumburg personal injury lawyers at R. Mark Maritote, P.C., to fight for maximum compensation on your behalf. We represent injured people from Bloomingdale, Glendale Heights, West Chicago, Elgin, Elmhurst and Arlington Heights, as well as across the state.
Experience matters when pursuing substantial verdicts and settlements in personal injury cases. Attorney Maritote and his associates have represented thousands of people injured at work or through the negligence and wrongful conduct of others. We have succeeded in cases involving exposure to toxic chemicals, car accidents, infants hurt in day care centers, children hit by cars, and bicyclists and motorcyclists injured by the carelessness of other drivers. We are ready to talk to you about your potential claim and how we can help.
There are no fees charged unless you recover money. Mark Maritote advances court costs so you are not further burdened or suffer additional hardship as you strive to recover physically and economically.
Contact a Bloomingdale Car Accident Lawyer Today
If you were injured in Cook County or elsewhere in northern Illinois, R. Mark Maritote, P.C., is here to help. For a consultation with an attorney, please call 630-352-4345 or toll free 866-402-0174. You can also contact our Bloomingdale law firm online.
Consultations are free in personal injury cases.