Construction and Commercial Litigation Law Firm
DuPage County Personal Injury • Car Accident Attorney
When the partners at the Manetti & Griffith, Ltd. law firm first met more than 45 years ago in high school, they had no idea they would attend law school together and eventually form a partnership known for reliable, experienced legal counsel. When people work at the law firm, they tend to stay. That stability of attorneys and staff means we are a law firm our clients can count on when they need help with important legal matters.
Are we the right law firm for you?
Call us at (630) 590-5400 for an Initial Consultation.
We invite you to make an appointment and discuss your legal matter with our experienced attorneys. In addition to a deep knowledge of the law in our chosen practice areas, you will find litigation lawyers with strong business and engineering backgrounds.
- Both business and engineering knowledge are assets when dealing with construction litigation, commercial litigation, or real estate litigation.
- Mechanic’s liens are an especially technical aspect of construction law. Our law firm has experience with mechanic’s liens dating back to 1974.
- Business knowledge and an understanding of family dynamics add to our law firm’s effectiveness in probate litigation matters.
Mark Manetti is AV-rated under Martindale Hubbell’s Peer Review Rating™ process*.
For reliable help when you are facing important legal matters, contact an Oak Brook, Illinois personal injury attorney or litigation lawyer today.
The Manetti & Griffith, Ltd. law firm in Oak Brook, Illinois, provides experienced legal advice and counsel to clients in and around Oak Brook, Illinois, including DuPage and Cook counties and the communities of Naperville, Aurora, Burr Ridge, Lombard, Elmhurst, Oak Brook and Downers Grove.
*CV, BV and AV are registered certification marks of Reed Elsevier Properties Inc., used in accordance with the Martindale-Hubbell certification procedures, standards and policies.
Martindale-Hubbell is the facilitator of a peer review rating process. Ratings reflect the confidential opinions of members of the Bar and the Judiciary. Martindale-Hubbell Ratings fall into two categories - legal ability and general ethical standards.