Village of Wilmette, Illinois
The Village of Wilmette is situated about 14 miles north of Chicago. Wilmette lies along the shores of Lake Michigan, its fine beaches and tree-lined streets add to the village's quiet beauty.
Wilmette is most well-known as the home of the Baha'i Temple, which is one of only seven Baha'i Temples in the world. In addition, Wilmette is home to several properties and districts listed on the National Register of Historic Places, including Gross Point Village Hall and the Frank J. Baker House.
However, Wilmette is not only concerned with preserving the past, but also focuses on preparing the future. Wilmette's Public Works Facility is one of only a handful of Public Works in the country to have achieved the Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) certification from the U.S. Green Building Council (GBD).
Wilmette residents are near Evanston Hospital, an affiliate of North Shore Health System, and can also use St. Francis Hospital, also located in nearby Evanston.
Kreisman Law Offices handles Illinois lawsuits for the entire Chicago metropolitan area, including the Village of Wilmette. Chicago's Kreisman Law Offices offers a wide range of legal services, including Illinois personal injury law, Illinois medical negligence cases, Illinois product defect/product liability law, Illinois wrongful death law, and Illinois workers compensation. The Chicago attorneys at Kreisman Law Offices have more than 40 years of trial experience. Please call us 24 hours a day at (312) 346-0045 or toll free (800) 583-8002 for a free and immediate consultation, or complete a contact form online.
Our Chicago loop law office is in a convenient location for Wilmette residents. Directions to Kreisman Law Offices from Wilmette are as follows: take US-41S/ N Lake Shore Drive towards Chicago. Turn right at E. Jackson Dr. then take another right onto S. Michigan Ave. Turn left onto E. Adams St., then right onto Dearborn St., traveling north to W. Monroe St. Kreisman Law Offices is located at the southwest corner of Dearborn Street and Monroe Street.