Chicago Criminal and Family Law Appeals Lawyer
Established in 1991 by attorney Curtis Blood, the Blood Law Office is exclusively dedicated to civil and criminal appeals, including post-conviction petitions and habeas corpus petitions for clients in Chicago and throughout Illinois. The firm is also equipped to handle federal appeals in several federal circuits.
Whether the client is a corporation or an individual, competent and friendly service is provided. If you need assistance from an experienced criminal and civil appeals lawyer in Illinois, contact Blood Law Office for experienced representation.
From handling federal civil or corporate appeals arising from an eminent domain dispute to representing clients in their quest to overturn a federal criminal conviction, the Blood Law Office has the experience and proven ability to handle these complex appellate cases.
Experienced, Knowledgeable and Respected Appeals Attorney
Attorney Curtis Blood has practiced law since 1978. He began his career in law first as an appellate law clerk and then as an appellate criminal prosecutor. He entered private practice in a multi-lawyer firm before founding his own firm, Blood Law Office. Attorney Blood has over 100 published appeals opinions. Known as a lawyer's lawyer, he receives numerous referrals from colleagues.
A people person, attorney Blood enjoys visiting and working with others and prides himself on being accessible to his clients. He understands the importance of communication and routinely accepts collect calls, answers letters, and provides clients his cell phone number. The firm's commitment to maintaining clear and thorough communication is evident as copies of all case-related documents entering or leaving the office are provided to the clients.
Contact Blood Law Office Today for Appeals Counsel in Illinois
For experienced representation regarding civil or criminal appeals, please contact Blood Law Office online for a free initial consultation or call 618-345-4400. Blood Law Office provides a free initial consultation to discuss a potential case's details and to offer possible courses of action. Once the firm is secured as counsel, the client pays a retainer for the lawyer in advance.