"The Malm law firm is extremely professional and friendly. I would definitely refer others to this law firm." D.K., Naperville, IL
"John, thank you again for all your hard work and dedication to my case. I really appreciated knowing I did not need to worry about anything and that my case was in good hands. It was so nice to have a peace of mind the entire time." J.O., Naperville, IL
"What can I say besides thank you for all you did. You handled my car accident case well -- with experience, knowledge and patience. You are an absolutely great attorney. You have made it possible for me to start living a normal life again. Thank you again, God Bless." E.R., Naperville, IL
"John is the best. I would not want anybody else to handle a case for my family." T.D., Aurora, IL
"I am truly blessed to have been referred to John and his team. Without John, my case would have been swept under the carpet. He truly made me feel cared for, protected and comfortable. I never was treated as just another case, and never felt ignored or neglected. I recommend John and his firm to others." A.G., Elgin, IL
We serve the following localities: John J. Malm & Associates Personal Injury Lawyers is an experienced DuPage County personal injury law firm. Our accident lawyers are based in Naperville, with the firm’s second office located in Chicago. Our Aurora motor vehicle accident lawyers represent accident victims and their families throughout Chicagoland and western Chicago suburbs, including DuPage County, Cook County, Kane County, and Will County. Our Naperville injury attorneys serve the communities of Chicago, Aurora, Glen Ellyn, Wheaton, Joliet, Plainfield, Elgin, Bolingbrook, Oak Lawn, Downers Grove, Woodridge, Hoffman Estates, Lombard, Carol Stream, DeKalb, Sycamore, Hanover Park, Bartlett, Streamwood, West Chicago, Glendale Heights, Bloomingdale, Addison, Schaumburg, St. Charles, Geneva and Batavia.
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