ABOUT THERMAN LAW OFFICES, LTD.
– 2000 Grand Opening of Chicago Location
Therman Law embarked on Chicago in 2000 and has been providing justice for residences for more than 15 years.
– 2008 New Locations Open and Chicago Location Expansion
In 2008, Therman law expanded the law firm to Chicago suburbs Gurnee and Schaumburg, further serving the residences of the greater Chicagoland area.
– 2013 & 2014 NAOPIA Award and ASLA Award
For two years in a row, Therman Law was awarded the NAOPIA and ASLA awards for its devotion to and success in personal injury law. The National Academy of Personal Injury Attorneys Award (NAOPIA) is a prestigious award recognizing the top Personal Injury attorneys in the nation who have demonstrated an extraordinary amount of knowledge, skill, experience, expertise and success in their practice of Personal Injury. The American Society of Legal Advocates (ASLA) Award is a nationwide organization of elite lawyers who are recognized and honored for their success and professional standards in legal practice. Therman Law is honored to be recognized by these prestigious organizations for its dedication to personal law and justice for clients.
What makes Therman Law qualified?Therman law has more than thirty-five years of combined proven success, in and out of the courtroom. Home to some of Chicagoland’s most experienced and effective injury attorneys, Therman Law has recovered millions of dollars for clients through litigation and negotiation. Our team has expertise in transportation accidents, premises liability, wrongful death, workers’ compensation and catastrophic injury. Providing services in Schaumburg, Gurnee, Joliet and downtown, Therman Law blankets the Chicago area with aggressive experience and injury expertise – ready to represent you and fight for the money you, and your loved ones deserve for your injuries. If you or a loved one has a case that requires personal injury specialist, please give our expertise attorneys a call for a free consultation.
“The greatest failure is not when we are powerless to prevent injustice, it is when we fail to protest and fight for justice.”
-Charles Therman, ESQ