Chicago Personal Injury and Immigration Attorneys

The Chicago law firm Zneimer & Zneimer, P.C. handles serious personal injury, cases and broad-range immigration cases. Our office is located in Lake View, near the intersection of Irving Park and Western close to Lincoln Square.  Parking is free. Our staff speaks Spanish, Turkish, Bulgarian, and Russian.

We continually seek to enhance client satisfaction through frequent communication and efficient processing of personal injury and immigration matters. We provide up-to-the-minute communications on case status, processes and procedures, and current issues. We encourage communication via e-mail, telephone or in person meetings. We provide these services through a team of dedicated professionals who respond to all inquiries promptly and in addition to English, speak Russian, Spanish, Turkish, and Bulgarian. Our Chicago personal injury lawyers are members of state and national lawyers associations, and have access to up-to-date information available on changes in the law, procedures in the courts, and all regulatory developments.

Personal Injury Practice Areas

Protecting the rights of victims of accidents and negligence

Our personal injury clients often face lengthy treatment and recovery time, mounting medical bills, loss of employment, pain and anguish, and need professional assistance in dealing with insurance companies that refuse to pay a fair compensation for the losses. Our Chicago personal injury lawyers are well qualified to assist injured clients in meeting these challenges. We provide a complete range of litigation services that can be tailored to meet each client’s needs. We utilize advanced technology to manage the litigation processes and ensure observance of deadlines, tracking and preserving evidence, and facilitate prompt communications. We provide a broad range of personal injury litigation including: fact investigation, legal research, medical analysis, claims filing, litigation, including discovery, arbitrations, and trials.

Our Chicago personal injury attorneys have been providing the highest quality legal representation to personal injury victims throughout Chicago and Illinois for many years. During this time we have built strong legal and technical resources and have obtained thorough legal knowledge, to allow us to obtain many millions of dollars on behalf of our personal injury clients.

We believe that everyone has a right to aggressive and honest representation. We will work on your behalf ethically, efficiently, and confidentially to ensure you receive justice.

We regularly handle:

Our team of injury professionals will work on your behalf to discover what happened to cause your injury. Proving that the other side was negligent is not always easy. Often injury victims are confronted by the seemingly limitless resources of insurance companies and large corporations, which refuse to acknowledge their negligence and fight every step of the way. Our law firm has the skills, knowledge, and legal and technical resources to stand up to these companies and has been successful in obtaining millions on behalf of our clients.

Contact our office for a free personal injury consultation if you or your loved one has been a victim of negligence.

We serve clients in greater Chicago, including Arlington Heights, Burr Ridge, Des Plaines, Elk Grove Village, Evanston, Glenview, Hinsdale, Kenilworth, Lombard, Mount Prospect, Niles, Norridge, Northbrook, Northfield, Norwood Park, Oak Brook, Oak Park, Rosemont, Park Ridge, Wilmette, Winnetka, Cook County, DuPage County, Kane County, Lake County, and McHenry County.

Immigration Practice Areas

Fighting for justice for immigrants one case at a time

We represent both individuals and companies in immigration matters. Individuals often face threat of removal of a loved one, lack of work documentation, help in applying for citizenship, or petitioning for a spouse, fiancé, child, parent, or sibling. Our business clients seek to sponsor a work visa or permanent residence for critical employees, to establish a business in the United States and create jobs for US workers, or are individuals with exceptional and extraordinary abilities whose work is in the national interest of the United States. We also support business clients by conducting I-9 employment eligibility verification compliance audits and assist with developing processes for the implementation of new regulations issued by various U.S. government agencies affecting immigration practices, including E-verify procedures.

We represent clients before USCIS, ICE, CBP, State Department, Board of Immigration Appeals, Department of Labor and the federal courts. We handle a broad spectrum of immigration cases, including:

Department of Homeland Security Announces Deferred Action for DREAMers

Deferred Action is based on an exercise of prosecutorial discretion,which provides no guarantees of renewal, and no path to citizenship. Even if an applicant meets all the requirements, there is no guarantee that the applicant will be granted Deferred Action because it is based on discretion. In case of denial, there is only supervisory review, and no appellate rights or other safeguards. Even if the Deferred Action is granted, this grant may be withdrawn or not renewed at any time. In addition, as a result of the application, immigration and Customs Enforcement will have all the information necessary to initiate removal proceedings against the applicant if the policy is changed. Read more .

Locate your loved one arrested by ICE

Foreign students, find out if your degree is on the STEM list . The National Center for Education Statistics published the NCES CIP codes that have been designated by ICE as science, technology, engineering, or math (STEM) degrees for the purpose of approving a 17-month STEM extension of optional practical training (OPT) under the provisions of 8 CFR 214.2(f)(10)(ii)(C). In order for F-1 students to qualify for this 17-month extension, the code for the student’s degree program must be on this list.

Notify USCIS of Your New Address Online Aliens with pending applications before the USCIS must notify USCIS of an address change as soon as possible after moving. The law requires most non-U.S. Citizens (including permanent residents) to report a change of address within 10 days of moving by completing form AR-11. You can now notify USCIS of your new address on a pending case and can complete Form AR-11 online.

Check your USCIS Case Status Online . If you have a pending application or petition with the USCIS, you can check its status online.

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