Orland Park Personal Injury and Criminal Defense Attorney
Aggressively Protecting the Rights of Clients in Injury Claims and Criminal Law Matters in Tinley Park, Oak Lawn, and Throughout the Area
Searching for an attorney to represent you can seem like a daunting task. There are so many choices, and everything is at stake. You can rest easy when you retain the services of the Law Office of John S. Fotopoulos, P.C. Known for our aggressive approach and comprehensive services, we make your case our top priority. You will know it from the moment you step into our office. We will greet you warmly, handle your case personally, and aggressively advocate for your rights. This is what it means to experience the Fotopoulos difference.
Compassionate Advocacy in Personal Injury Claims
When doctors, drivers, employers, and other individuals act negligently, they place innocent people at risk. If their negligence then causes an accident, then the lives of victims are often significantly and irrevocably changed. An automobile accident, truck accident, motorcycle accident, or construction accident can lead to catastrophic injuries that take away a victim's ability to do the things they love. A medical mistake can result in the wrongful death of a family member or financial provider. A work injury, caused by employer negligence, may hinder a victim's ability to support their family.
Essentially, the lives of victims and their families are turned upside down, all because someone else failed to act reasonably or responsibly. Their futures and finances may be unclear and frightening to consider, and they may struggle with the grief or healing process. Our attorney strives to ease their burdens with compassionate advocacy. We aggressively fight to hold negligent parties responsible and always pursue the most compensation possible to help secure a future because we believe that victims should never have to face the consequences of an injury alone.
Aggressive Criminal Defense Lawyer
Criminal charges can devastate a life in a different sort of way. The long-term implications can impact a person's ability to find employment or housing. A provider can be taken away from their family because they are jailed or imprisoned and sometimes for a crime they did not commit. The Constitution is meant to protect them from such injustices, ensuring they are considered innocent until proven guilty. Unfortunately, this is not always the case.
Our attorney knows that criminal cases are rarely what they seem. It is possible to commit a crime and not know it, and innocent people are convicted all too often. Those that act in self defense may be charged with assault and battery or a violent crime. A driver facing charges for a DUI may not have been over the legal limit but refused alcohol testing for reasons beyond guilt. Teens may face juvenile charges after committing a crime, despite not fully understanding the consequences of their actions.
We offer aggressive representation to those charged with criminal offenses. Committed to their futures and well-being, we uphold the laws and statutes of the Constitution and ensure they are treated fairly, no matter what their charges may be. We skillfully prepare every case for trial, giving defendants a distinct advantage in their case, and we will always pursue the most favorable outcome possible.
Contact Our Orland Park Attorney
If you are facing a criminal charge or need skilled assistance to pursue compensation for your injuries, discover the difference that integrity, dedication, and aggressive advocacy can make in your case. Contact us at 708-226-9000 and schedule your consultation with the Law Office of John S. Fotopoulos today. We proudly serve clients in Orland Park, Tinley Park, Burbank, Oak Lawn, Homer Glen, Mokena, Bedford Park, Palos Heights, and all surrounding southern suburbs.
FROM OUR BLOG
Nov 21, 2016
Medical malpractice involves more than a physician's negligence. A doctor can be held liable if he or she fails to inform the patient about the “general nature” of a procedure and the patient is subsequently injured. Informed consent in this context includes explaining the “risks...
Nov 15, 2016
The Constitution affords all criminal defendants, such as those facing drug charges, the right to “confront” the witnesses against them. This means that if you are arrested and charged with a crime, you have the right to cross-examine the arresting officer and any other prosecution...
Oct 26, 2016
Drug crime cases often begin with seemingly routine traffic stops. Illinois law enforcement officers may use a minor traffic crime, such as speeding, as a pretext to stop and search a vehicle suspected to contain evidence of illegal drug activity. While the Constitution is supposed to protect...