Welcome to Grzymala Law Offices, P.C.
Experienced and knowledgeable Chicago, Illinois and North shore lawyers practicing in the areas of construction law, mechanics lien enforcement, commercial litigation and business law.
Grzymala Law Offices, P.C. is a construction law, mechanics lien, collection, and commercial litigation firm serving the entire Chicagoland area and surrounding counties including Cook, Lake, McHenry, Kane, and Will. The Firm addresses the needs of small businesses with a focus on construction and related industries.
We deliver quality customer service and aggressive representation of our clients while offering competitive hourly rates and alternative billing arrangements. The firm is conveniently located in Skokie near Old Orchard Shopping Center. The firm offers free initial consultations and can accommodate our clients’ busy schedules.
Attorney Mark B. Grzymala is the Firm’s president and founder.
Put our years of practice as Chicago Construction Lawyers and Chicago Mechanics Lien Attorneys to work for you. We have over 30 years combined experience working in the construction industry and representing all parties from material suppliers and subcontractors to large general contractors as well as owners and developers. We are also very experienced in preparing Illinois Mechanics Liens and bond claims against public as well as private construction projects.
Grzymala Law Offices, P.C. also services the litigation needs of small business owners and can help with debt collection or establishing a debt collection policy, resolving partner disputes, insurance claims, fraud, breach of contract, landlord/tenant evictions, city violations, OSHA citations, actions for replevin, and incorporation.
Whether you are a small business owner trying to collect a difficult receivable or a subcontractor whose construction draws or payments have been delayed, our Chicago business litigation law firm can help you get paid!
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