Hiskes, Dillner, O'Donnell, Marovich & Lapp, Ltd. is a general practice firm concentrating in many areas of law, including civil litigation, real estate, corporate and business law, personal injury law, civil rights defense, worker's compensation, condominium law, bankruptcy, municipal law, estate planning and estate administration.
The firm's attorneys have many years of experience in the practice of law in the south
suburban area. Hiskes, Dillner, O'Donnell, Marovich & Lapp, Ltd. is able to draw on this expertise while retaining the flexible and cost effective approach of a small and specialized firm. Chicago
The firm prides itself on working efficiently and effectively. Its location in the southern suburbs of
offers the opportunity to maintain regular contact with clients and to provide clients with timely knowledge of proposals or decisions that may affect their interests. The firm is one of the largest in the south Chicago area. The firm has two offices; one in South Holland, and the other in Cook County Orland Park.
The firm members are active in their churches, civic and professional associations and not-for-profit organizations, with many having served as President and Board Members of these organizations. It is sensitive to cost considerations for all of its clients. References other than those enumerated below will be provided upon request.
The firm has extensive experience advising governmental and non-profit entities as well as real estate development, condominium associations and general contractors. The firm has extensive Municipal Law experience and presently represents the following governmental agencies:
East Hazel Crest
Bonnie Brae Sanitary
Sanitary District District
Our firm also prosecutes the traffic court calls for the following municipalities: South Holland,
and East Hazel Crest. In addition, we represent the South Holland Fire and Police Commissions. Thornton,
We have also been retained on special issues, from time to time, by other municipalities. The
has been represented by this firm since 1937. Villageof South Holland