Attorney at Law
Joe Urani joined Kreamer Law Group in November of 2015 and is a life long resident of the Chicago area. Mr. Urani has over 15 years experience in the legal field and has extensive experience in a wide range of practice areas including civil litigation such as personal injury, insurance law, contract disputes, commercial litigation, employment discrimination, municipality claims, and much more. Mr. Urani has extensive experience in all aspects of civil litigation including bench trials, jury trials, countless arbitrations, mediations and appeals. Mr. Urani also has extensive experience in probate and estate planning and real estate law.
Mr. Urani started his career at the firm of Storto, Finn and Tenuto in Bensenville, Illinois. Mr. Urani then was with the Naperville firm of Best, Vanderlaan & Harrington. Mr. Urani brings his years of knowledge, skill and experience to Kreamer Law Group representing clients in a range of complex civil litigation matters, including personal injury litigation, insurance law, employment litigation, association law, breach of contract, negligence, fraud, intentional torts, premises liability, probate law, estate planning, and residential and commercial real estate.
Joe Urani graduated from Fenwick High School in Oak Park, Illinois and went on to graduate with honors with a B.A. from Loyola University Chicago. Mr. Urani obtained his law degree from Chicago Kent College of Law. Mr. Urani is a licensed attorney in the State of Illinois and authorized to practice before the United States Federal District Court for the North District of Illinois, and the Central District of Illinois. He is a member of the Illinois State Bar Association, and the DuPage County Bar Association. Call or text Joe Urani at 630-995-3668 or email him at [email protected] to schedule your initial free consultation
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