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  • 17 years in business
  • 5 hires on Thumbtack
Park O.
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Jason is an excellent attorney and will always get you the best possible outcome. He can be used for criminal defense, corporate and business administration and any other legal counsel. I highly recommend Jason as he has served me well through a variety of things in the past 5 years always delivering best possible outcomes.

Attorney Robert Flessas
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  • 28 years in business
Cindi M.
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I hired Robert to represent me in a chapter 7. He is the greatest Attorney I have ever worked with. He makes his clients feel at ease. My friend used him and she was so impressed she gave me his name.

  • 31 years in business

I have 25 years of experience in several counties. I am a caring attorney. Many times, representation can be started with a phone interview and a small retainer. A free office appointment and installment payments are available.


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  • 20 years in business

I have walked in my client's shoes and can relate.


I am a general practice professional attorney serving Lake, McHenry and Northern Cook counties. I have reasonable rates, and offer free consultations. I am a former marine and former law enforcement officer. My approach to every case is to investigate your issue from a legal and business point of view. I also hold a master's degree in political science. I have a formal office in Waukegan, complete with a conference room, but nobody travels to Waukegan unless they have court. Like the doctors of old, I make house calls. If you have an issue, let's talk. I do not chase ambulances, and I do not charge outrageous fees. If you have a case, perhaps I can help. I also refer clients, when necessary, to attorneys who might be experts in a particular field. I primarily practice criminal, business, collections, family, employment, SSI SSDI, wills and probate, and general contract law, but can advise and assist in many other arenas. I am licensed to practice law in Illinois, the federal Northern District of Illinois, and the United States Court of Appeals for Veteran Claims. I look forward to working with you to resolve your issue!


Attorney Gruhn is the founding and sole partner of the firm established in January 2007 and has been serving as of counsel to Knuteson, Powers, and Quinn SC since December 2008. Prior to starting his own practice, he worked for Corneille Law Group LLC in Madison, Wisconsin, as an associate litigation attorney. There, his practice focused on defending insurance companies and their insureds, against civil lawsuits brought upon them alleging personal injuries sustained as a result of negligence and/or liability. Such cases stemmed from injuries and damages sustained in car accidents, slips and falls, construction mishaps, from doctor or hospital malpractice, and in contract disputes. Prior to working with Corneille, Attorney Gruhn interned with the Honorable David T. Prosser of the Wisconsin Supreme Court and served as a law clerk with the personal injury firm Pitman, Kyle & Sicula, S.C. in Watertown, Wisconsin. Since he opened his own practice, Attorney Gruhn remains dedicated to providing his clients with unparalleled personal attention and aggressive representation in personal injury and other litigated matters. In addition, he is experienced in the areas of Criminal Defense, Divorce and Family Law and Wills, Trusts and Estate Planning. Attorney Gruhn received his juris doctor from the University of Wisconsin Law School and his bachelor of science in economics from the University of Wisconsin – Madison. He's a State Bar of Wisconsin and the Racine County Bar Association member. He's licensed to practice in all Wisconsin state courts, the United States District Court for the Western District of Wisconsin and the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Wisconsin. Attorney Gruhn was born and raised in Racine County, Wisconsin. He is the president of the board of directors of Racine Instinctive Bowmen and is coach of the Union Grove High School Mock Trial team.


We are a full-service law firm with attorneys specializing in business law, healthcare law and personal injury. The focus is on our clients by listening, understanding, and making sense of their issues. We have over 25 years of success in Wisconsin courts. No one ever hopes to need a lawyer, but we all know it happens. When it does, you want the best attorney on your side. Whether your needs fall under healthcare law, business law or personal injury, the highly experienced and trustworthy attorneys at Gutglass, Erickson, Bonville & Larson S.C. have the knowledge and professionalism to serve you. With more than 25 years of experience in the Milwaukee area, we've earned our clients' trust by practicing law with the highest standards of ethics, combined with skill, experience, hard work, integrity and compassion. When you hire an attorney at Gutglass, Erickson, Bonville & Larson S.C., you're getting a team you can trust. Our attorneys at Gutglass, Erickson, Bonville & Larson S.C. have successfully handled literally thousands of cases since they first started the firm back in the 1980s. When you hire an attorney from Gutglass, Erickson, Bonville & Larson S.C., your team will be led by a senior partner who's deeply versed in the type of law under which your case falls. All of our senior partners have extensive trial experience, which has honed our firm's handling of complex legal matters over a broad spectrum of issues with efficiency, economy and success. When it comes to an attorney, trust is of the utmost importance, and at Gutglass, Erickson, Bonville & Larson S.C., we believe in earning the trust of not only our clients but of our community, too. Our firm is dedicated to supporting local organizations, and over the years, we've given our time and money to a variety of local organizations, including the Boys & Girls Club of Greater Milwaukee and the Susan G. Komen Foundation.


I provide personal service to each of my clients. My hours are flexible, and I meet clients in their homes, in hospitals, or nursing homes.


I combine 15 years as a healthcare worker with over 10 years of legal experience. I give each client my fullest attention and believe in working together as a team to accomplish the client's goals. Toward this end, I work to ensure prompt and reliable communication between a client and myself.


Bandle & Zaeske is a Southeast Wisconsin law firm that has over 40 combined years of family legal experience. They treat clients with compassion, integrity, and trust when they need it most. Bandle & Zaeske also specializes in divorce, child support, child custody, alimony, property division, contempt of court, restraining orders, paternity testing, and more.


I am a criminal lawyer in Elkhorn, WI who have been providing criminal law for over 3 years. I am a criminal defense lawyer, misdemeanor lawyer and DUI lawyer. I handle traffic tickets and drug possession.


I help clients facing the ambiguous decisions of divorce face those decisions with confidence. We work together to ensure their financial future is secured and their rights as a parent are protected. I am more than an attorney for hire, rather a friend with knowledge of the legal world who will fight for you.


Top Notch Education and Experience. I have never allowed challenges stand in the way of me getting to where I want to go. In 1997, I graduated magna cum laude from UCLA with a degree in Philosophy. During my time at UCLA I was married, had a baby, and commuted two and a half hours per day to attend school. I then decided to attend the University of Michigan Law School. I believe I was the only person in my class who had a child; and for a large portion of my first year I attended school while single parenting my son while my husband was still in Los Angeles. I do not shy away from hard work. In 2000, I earned my juris doctorate from the University of Michigan Law School with the Book Award for the highest exam grade in employment relations. I chose Milwaukee as my home and the place where I wanted to raise my son and Michael, Best and Friedrich, LLP as the firm where I learned how to practice law. I have never regretted that decision. I am still great friends with many of my mentors from my time at Michael Best, even when we are facing each other on opposing sides in the courtroom. I believe that attorneys should be able to go toe-to-toe in the courtroom to represent their clients well while also going to have a beer afterwards. My philosophy is clients are human beings, not legal matters. While my style in the courtroom is very much the large firm style. Be thoroughly prepared and professional at all times while still being aggressive when my client needs that. I have developed into a practitioner that views my clients holistically as persons, not just a "legal matter." I take the time to talk to potential clients over the phone, free of charge, to find out the nature of the legal issue. I do this to determine, before you spend any money, whether I believe I can help you. From that initial telephone call on, I listen to what you have to say in order to determine the best strategy that meets your goals. If I do believe that I can assist you in achieving your goal, I schedule an office consult that lasts longer than a normal initial consult. I need to know all of the facts thoroughly in order to properly advise you with regard to strategy. As a result, there is generally a charge for this initial meeting. I believe we need to come up with an informed game-plan before you can make any decision with regard to moving forward with a matter and paying an initial retainer. Straight-Shooter. I believe in being candid at all times with my clients. It is important to me that my clients and I are a good fit and are on the same page with regard to the representation. I'm not interested in telling you what you want to hear to get a retainer and to only then tell you the "truth" about your matter. If I do not believe it is worth it to you to spend money on a matter, I will tell you that outright. A large portion of my clients come to me after an unpleasant experience elsewhere. After I have taken the time to get to know you, your legal matter, and what you are seeking, I work with you to develop a strategy that makes the most sense for you and your situation. It is from there that I build my services around meeting your goals. I don't jump when opposing counsel says to "jump". I don't push papers around to rack up a client's bill. Opposing counsel may not like that, but you are my client, not the other attorney. When I do billable work, it is because I'm moving my client's case forward in the direction that he or she wants. A Maverick Personality that is Pragmatic. Very little intimidates me. I naturally gravitate to the "David" side of the "David and Goliath" battle. I'm comfortable going against large corporations with teams of attorneys, the Government, and people that believe they are more important than the rest of us, and I know from experience how to handle those types of cases. Outside the Box Fee Structures. I work with my clients with regard to attorney's fees and costs, but I'm a pragmatist, not a push over or unwise business person. I do not provide free legal services. I'm not a non-profit organization, nor am I a volunteer. Rarely will it make business sense for me to take a case entirely on a contingency basis. If you are not willing to put your own finances at risk for you legal matter, then I don't believe you should expect someone else to do so. However, I am at times willing to share that risk with my clients with strong cases where there is a fee-shifting provision under the law. Again, I listen to you, and try to find a solution that makes sense for both of us. I pride myself on attempting to deliver exception services at a cost that is less than what it would cost you for the same type of service across town. I encourage open communication between me and my clients. I do not want you to feel like I'm hitting that timer every time you call me. I do not want a situation where a client is avoiding telling me something or seeking my advice regarding an evolving matter because of fees. As a result, I exercise flexibility in my billing practices to bill for communications in a way that makes sense to both me and you while encouraging open communication. I'm not the type of attorney that always requires a large retainer up front that just sits in a client trust account. However, I do maintain a very firm practice of requiring my clients to pay their invoices on time through a credit or debit card. If a client fails to pay as promised, then I do promptly withdraw from the representation. This policy is necessary in order to employ the flexibility I utilize with regard to the amount that I bill each of my clients. If this philosophy resonates with you, then I invite you to contact me and we can discuss your matter further.

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