We Are A Tinley Park General Practice Law Firm
Hutchison, Anders & Hickey in Tinley Park is a versatile, hometown law firm that is concerned with solving the legal problems of its clients throughout Will and Cook counties.
Our firm has been a vital part of the community for more than 45 years, and we are dedicated to the success of our clients. Whether you are new to the area or have lived here for a generation, we offer high-quality legal services for clients facing a wide range of legal circumstances.
Types Of Cases That We Handle
The firm represents clients in these and other areas of practice:
- Personal injury: We help injured clients obtain justice and compensation from negligent parties and insurance companies following motor vehicle accidents, premises accidents, medical malpractice and other situations. We also represent survivors in wrongful death claims.
- Workers’ compensation: Our lawyers help clients who have been injured on the job to apply for, and secure, workers’ compensation and/or damages from negligent third parties.
- Divorce and family law: We assist clients in obtaining divorces and resolving issues involving property and children using both negotiation and in-court litigation methods.
- Real estate: We counsel and represent clients with interests in residential and commercial property in all aspects of real estate law, including transactions and title work.
- Business and corporate law: Our lawyers represent businesses and nonprofit organizations at all stages of development, including entity formation, document creation and review, transactions, purchases and sales of businesses, and commercial litigation.
- Civil litigation: We assist individuals and businesses in resolving civil disputes concerning money and property through negotiations and court trials.
- Estate planning: Our attorneys provide a full suite of estate planning services, including drafting of wills, trusts, transfer on death instruments, and health and property powers of attorney.
- Probate: We represent estates, administrators, beneficiaries and others in probating estates and in litigation concerning estate disputes as well as guardianships and minor’s estates.