Sam represented our business and us personally in a contract action at a very volatile time in our lives. Not only was he knowledgeable, but his compassion and concern for us not only as clients, but as people, went above and beyond any expectations we might have had. It is very rare to find a strong legal advocate who can maintain poise, calmness, and confidence during hostile negotiations. We were listened to, consulted, and kept informed of all aspects of the litigation, and his concern for us financially was refreshing and much appreciated. We wholeheartedly give Sam our highest recommendation. Patricia
Sam Neschis has represented my companies for approx 7-8 years. I work in the financial / mortgage / real estate industry and overall don't trust anyone. I trust Sam, and I know and feel he is always looking out for my best welfare. Sam can service many areas in my line of work, but if Sam isn't the best suited attorney in the legal area I need help in, he always goes out to help find the proper attorney to assist me and my needs. In other words he just insn't going to bill to bill. He tells you if he can handle the file, but if he can't - Sam cares enough to send you in the proper direction. After I met Sam in person, it really sealed the deal for me. He is calm cool and collective - I like Sam as a person and as an attorney.. Thank You Sam!!!! I would recommend Sam Neschis to anyone and everyone!!!! Anonymous
With offices in Chicago and in the suburbs near O'Hare Airport, we serve the following localities: Cook County including Arlington Heights, Chicago, Des Plaines, Evanston, Glenview, Morton Grove, Mount Prospect, Niles, Northbrook, Oak Park, Palatine, Park Ridge, River Forest, Rolling Meadows, Schaumburg, Skokie, Wheeling, Wilmette, and Winnetka; DuPage County including Aurora, Carol Stream, Downers Grove, Elmhurst, and Naperville; Lake County including Buffalo Grove, Highland Park, and Waukegan; and Winnebago County including Rockford.View More
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