Personal injury law firm to open this fall in Quincy
QUINCY — Daniel M. McCleery of Quincy has announced the launch of a personal injury law firm, McCleery Law PLLC, that will be headquartered in Quincy and serve clients throughout Illinois, Missouri and Iowa.
McCleery said in a press release, “I saw a need in our community for a local personal injury attorney who will meet face-to-face with clients, engage in aggressive litigation and prepare cases for trial. Not all lawyers will do that. Lawyers from big cities don’t know our court system and aren’t invested in our community.”
McCleery Law will open its office on Vermont Street in downtown Quincy after renovations are completed this fall.
McCleery Law looks forward to recovering compensation for clients and helping them through physically, emotionally and financially challenging times. McCleery said, “Most of the time, my clients come to me concerned with large medical bills, navigating new physical or mental limitations and adjusting to their life post injury. I’m here to help them through these challenges.”
McCleery Law is accepting clients injured in motor vehicle accidents, as well as farm injuries, falls, dog bites or other types of personal injury accidents.
McCleery is a Quincy native and attended Quincy High School. He graduated from the University of Illinois at Champaign-Urbana and St. Louis University Law School. Since moving back to Quincy, McCleery has practiced law throughout Illinois, Missouri and Iowa. McCleery was previously an income partner with Schmeideskamp Robertson Neu and Mitchell LLP, where he practiced civil litigation in both personal injury and insurance defense cases.
McCleery said, “My wife and I decided to open this practice, because helping injured people has been the most fulfilling and rewarding work I’ve done as an attorney. I look forward to serving the people of our community in that way.”
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