Marszalek & Marszalek
120 W. Madison Street
Chicago, IL 60602
Phone: (312) 726-7120
Fax: (312) 263-5939
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“Jim, I just want to say thank you for everything. I could not have done this without you! A big thanks to you and your staff as well.” – S.G.
“I would like to express my sincere thanks for all your help during the past 3 years… Thank you for the times you took my insurance to court to get my Workers’ Compensation checks when they didn’t pay me. A special thank you for obtaining such a nice settlement! Since the case is finally settled, I can breathe a little easier.” –D.A.
“Mr. Marszalek, I am writing to say how much I appreciate your proficiency in handling my case. Your expertise and knowledge of the Workers’ Compensation laws is quite obvious. Thank you for your assistance in assisting me in finalizing my claim.” –B.M.
“Thank you, Mr. Marszalek. I received my settlement check just a few days ago. Because of your law office, this experience was made easier and pleasant.” –A.F.
“Thank you for all of your work in bringing a close to my case. There were many times where it looked like we were dead in the water but due to your persistence, you were able to get me a settlement.” –G.E.
“Mr. Marszalek, you belong in the Hall of Fame!” –B.F.
"Thank you so much for all your help with my case. I truly appreciate all you've done and continue to do." - E.S.
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