John Kreamer founded his firm Kreamer Law Group, LLC with one central mission: to provide individuals and businesses alike with the highest quality of legal services. A long time Naperville resident, John chose to base his firm out of his hometown. With his diverse background and over 20 years of experience in the legal field, John brings a wealth of knowledge to the practice and leads his team to tremendous success. Kreamer Law Group, LLC represents clients across a range of practice areas, from personal injury and insurance law to commercial litigation and employment law, from health care litigation to administrative law, from probate and estate planning to real estate law, and much more. With John Kreamer at the helm, the Kreamer Law Group, LLC has assisted countless clients through a myriad of complex legal matters.
John Kreamer graduated Cum Laude with a B.A. from Coe College in Cedar Rapids, Iowa. This Outstanding Pre Law Student went on to attend and graduate from DePaul University College of Law in Chicago. There, John made the Dean's List and was named an Outstanding Pre-trial Civil Litigation Student.
Upon entering the practice of law, John Kreamer has continued to seek professional accolades. He became a Certified Arbitrator in 2009, enabling him to successfully conduct countless arbitrations. John Kreamer is a licensed attorney in the State of Illinois and authorize to practice before the United States Federal District Court for the North District of Illinois. He is a member of the American Bar Association, the Illinois State Bar Association, and the DuPage County Bar Association.
A Diverse Range of Experience
John Kreamer started as an Associate with the Naperville firm of Best, Vanderlaan & Harrington, but quickly made his way up to Partner. During his over 14 years spent with the BVH firm, John Kreamer represented clients in over twenty bench trials and seven jury trials, along with countless arbitrations, mediations, and appeals. John Kreamer handled a wide variety of civil litigation and transactional matters, representing clients in probate matters, and working with clients to close residential and commercial property matters.
John Kreamer now brings his years of experience to his own firm, Kreamer Law Group, LLC. With his knowledge, skill, and dedication to legal excellence, John Kreamer and his firm represent clients in a range of complex civil litigation matters, including personal injury litigation, insurance law, employment litigation, business law, health law, trucking law, association law, commercial law, breach of contract, negligence, fraud, intentional torts, premises liability, probate law, estate planning, and residential and commercial real estate.
Dedicated to the Naperville Community
A graduate of Naperville Central High School, John Kreamer is a proud and dedicated member of the Naperville community. He is a Naperville Park District Coach and Council Member of the YMCA Princesses/Guides Federation. Mr. Kreamer sits on the board of the Naperville Freedom Heroes and is a PADS volunteer, as well as a Sunday school teacher.
Kreamer Law Group, LLC: Providing the Highest Quality of Legal Services to Illinois Individuals and Businesses
The Kreamer Law Group, LLC is the realization of founder John Kreamer's vision to open a Naperville firm that offers the highest quality of customized legal services to individuals and businesses alike in the community. The Kreamer Law Group, LLC handles a range of civil matters, including commercial litigation, personal injury, employment law, trucking law, health care law, administrative hearings, insurance law, real estate law, estate planning, probate, real estate property management and associations, and small business law. Call or text John Kreamer at 630-995-3668 or email him at [email protected] to schedule your initial free consultation
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