Paul W. Plotnick, Attorney at Law, has been serving his community since he was a kid growing up in Chicago. He retired from the army with the rank of Staff Sergeant, moving back to his hometown to work as a public school teacher before switching gears and working in the court system. Plotnick was admitted as a lawyer by the bar association in 1974, and worked as an Assistant Public Defender for the city. He left to begin his own firm, and continues to campaign on behalf of clients like you to help justice be served. The firm originally began to provide counsel to clients needing assistance with criminal law, but has grown exponentially over the decades to include numerous other practice areas.
Plotnick’s professional memberships include numerous local, regional and national Bar Associations. He’s a member of the North Suburban, Chicago and American Bar Association. He is an American Legion Member, state board member of the North Suburban Bar and Skokie Valley Kiwanis member. He has been awarded the Distinguished Service Award from the Chicago Volunteer Legal Services. He is AV rated from Martindale Hubble and has a 10 rating from AVVO. Attorney Paul W. Plotnick graduated from the DePaul College of Law. See what Plotnick can do for your legal struggle and call today!
A message from Mr. Plotnick:
"Do the absolute best for every client. Be truthful and honest and most of all be polite to your opponents. The time to win is when you are in front of the Judge. I am an AV rated firm from Martindale Hubble which is a National Rating Service according to their information only 14% of law firms nationally have this rating. I am also listed in the "Best Lawyers of Chicago " Experience trumps bravado every time. Practicing law for almost 40 years has given me a wide range of experience. I represent corporations and small businesses. Have done many trials in all areas of the law. I recently was a presenter at an ethics seminar held by the North Suburban Bar. The best advice I was ever given is " if you have to think about it don't do it ". At the very least obtain sound advice before launching into any project."