Norman L. McGill was born in Peoria in 1961. He graduated from Bradley University in 1983, and Southern Illinois University School of Law in 1986. In law school, he served on the Board of Editors of the Law Journal. During his 32 years of practice, he has represented thousands of clients throughout the State of Illinois. His areas of concentration include family law, social security disability and SSI, estate planning and probate, bankruptcy and other matters of civil litigation. He has thousands of hours experience at the trial court level and has represented clients before the Appellate Courts in two Appellate Court Districts. In 2017, Mr. McGill was awarded the prestigious title of Leading Lawyer in Social Security Disability Law; a title earned by less than 5% of all licensed lawyers in Illinois.
Mr. McGill is a member of the Peoria County and Illinois State Bar Associations. He focuses on the counseling of clients who find themselves in difficult legal situations due to bad circumstances. Whether those bad circumstances arise from marital or family difficulties, pre-bankruptcy financial difficulties, physical disabilities preventing employment as related to social security disability, or the sickness or death of a loved one, Mr. McGill can provide the counseling and guidance needed to ease the stresses and pains caused by those circumstances, to the limits of the law. To get experienced civil litigation, contact Norman L. McGill at 309-637-LAWS or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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