Personal Injury Lawyers in IL, Dedicated to Your Case

Dedicated to the Success of Your Personal Injury Case

From their office in Bloomington, Illinois, Ginzkey Law Office provides aggressive legal representation to people injured in accidents and to the family members of fatal accident victims. Attorneys James P. Ginzkey and Chase T. Molchin provide legal counseling and guidance to clients throughout Illinois in injury-accident cases both simple and complex.

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Combines Decades of Experience With Personal Attention

The attorneys and staff at Ginzkey Law Office pride themselves on providing clients with both the comfort of personal service and the security of having their cases handled by experienced personal injury attorneys with decades of success.

Attorneys James P. Ginzkey and Chase T. Molchin will personally handle your case from beginning to end. You can rest assured that your case will not be passed from attorney to attorney — and you will not have the added stress of having to re-explain the important details of your circumstances to a new lawyer or secretary every time you call for an update.

In addition to their own proven skills as advocates, the lawyers at Ginzkey Law Office have access to resources that can make or break a case. They maintain an extensive database of over 1,500 specialists and experts across a variety of disciplines including medicine, engineering, insurance, government, and more.

Our Amazing Support Staff

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The welcoming atmosphere and efficient operation of the Ginzkey Law Office would not be possible without the hard work and kind personalities of the rest of the team.  Our lawyers in Bloomington work as a team with the paralegal and administrative assistant of the law office — and clients have frequently commented on the welcoming and reassuring atmosphere created by a team of professionals who work so well together.

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