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Looking for an experienced Trial Lawyer to handle your personal injury case? You've come to the right place! I have Millions in verdicts, thousands of satisfied clients and hundreds of very unhappy insurance companies!
While I offer reduced fees for Veterans and their immediate families, I am not just about Veterans! It is my experience in the courtroom that allows me to maximize your recovery in any personal injury case or worker's compensation claim. Those who are injured need to know they have an attorney who does not just settle cases - that they have someone who will go the distance for them and present their claim to a jury in the most effective and convincing way possible.
Robert J. Dargis has been an attorney for over 35 years, earning his law degree from Loyola University of Chicago in 1982. Having received a gunshot wound while stationed on the DMZ in Korea, and after suffering a broken neck in a motorcycle accident, he has a unique perspective and understanding when it comes time to present a client's injuries to a jury. Jurors don't just hear about those injuries - they feel them.
His legal experience includes cases in Chicago Area Courts involving Automobile and Motorcycle accidents, Product Liability, Medical Malpractice, Construction Negligence, Premises Liability, Workman’s Compensation, Wrongful Death and Survival Actions, Nursing Home Negligence, Municipal Liability, and Claims involving Insurance “Bad Faith” refusal to settle.
A true Veteran of the courtroom, he has over 60 trials, the vast majority of which were injury cases tried before a jury. He has also successfully brought or defended appeals in more than 30 cases, including cases before the Illinois Supreme Court and the Federal 7th Circuit Court of Appeals.
Being a Vietnam era veteran, Mr. Dargis understands what it means to serve your country and what many veterans have been through. He therefore offers a reduced fee for members on active duty, veterans, and members of their immediate family.
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