Boutique law firm specializing in Personal Injury and Real Estate
legal services throughout Chicago.
Specializing in Personal Injury, Property Damage, and Breach of Contract.
Residential and commercial real estate transactions for buyers
Wills, trusts, transfer on death instruments, and powers of attorney.
Arbitrations through the American Arbitration Association and mediations.
WORKING WITH US
At Daleiden Law we understand that every client is unique, which is why we take extra care to understand your specific goals and expectations to effectively represent your interests. We are a boutique firm that focuses on delivering personalized and caring client services.
We know that legal matters, whether dealing with insurance companies or buying your first home can be stressful and confusing. As a small, high-touch law firm, we strive to keep you informed in every step of the process and are readily available to answer any questions or concerns. We make sure you always feel informed and confident with the status of your case or closing.
Working with us means you are never waiting days or weeks to get in touch and we guarantee a same-day response if you contact us within business hours. We work to resolve settlements quickly and ensure successful closings with the utmost personalized care and attention to detail.
Griffin Daleiden is the principal and founder of Daleiden Law. With over 10 years of civil litigation experience, Griffin has represented a range of clients and specializes in personal injury.
Over the course of his career, Griffin has successfully negotiated large settlements for clients through mediations and has also obtained successful results through arbitrations and jury trials.
In addition to providing litigation services, Griffin also focuses his practice on real estate transactions, both residential and commercial.
Griffin is a member of the Illinois Bar Association and admitted to practice in the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Illinois, the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Indiana, and the U.S. Court of Appeals 7th Circuit.