Peter Francis Geraci (PFG), founded Geraci Law L.L.C. in 1977 as the Law Offices of Peter Francis Geraci. Peter Francis Geraci has been practicing bankruptcy and injury law for 43 years in Cook County Illinois. As a child, PFG and his family lived in Prospect Heights, Illinois within walking distance of the first enclosed regional mall in the Chicago area and at the time of its opening in 1962, the largest enclosed air-conditioned space in the United States, Randhurst Mall in Mount Prospect, Illinois. Now known as Randhurst Village, it is an open-air mixed-use center featuring national and regional retailers, restaurants, a hotel and a movie theater.
Geraci Law is located at 350 W. Kensington Road #115 in Mount Prospect, IL. We are 2 blocks west of Route 83 and Rand Road (Route 12) in a 1 story business complex. We have evening and Saturday hours and you can make an appointment online at www.elimadebt.com 24/7. Now you don’t have to get financial advice from your local real estate or criminal defense lawyer, or an attorney who does 1 or 2 bankruptcies a month or a year. Don’t pay the same and not get the NAME! Geraci Law L.L.C. has been helping residents of Mt. Prospect, Prospect Heights, Wheeling, Arlington Heights, Des Plaines, Palatine, Elk Grove Village, Glenview and others seek relief under the United States Bankruptcy Code and help them with their personal injury and workers compensations needs at 350 W. Kensington Road #115 in Mount Prospect, IL since 2012. When you go to Geraci Law L.L.C.’s Mount Prospect location you will be welcomed by Geraci Law attorneys who call either Mt. Prospect or a nearby suburb home.
If you would like to make an appointment to our Mt. Prospect office, enter your zip code here to find the closest office to you. Mount Prospect neighbors Arlington Heights whose motto is 'City of Good Neighbors' and is also the most populous community in the United States that is incorporated as a village. Arlington Heights is known from those far and wide as the location of the Arlington Park Race Track, home of the Arlington Million (the first horse race to offer a purse of $1,000,000). Many Chicagoans catch a ride on the Metra every Friday afternoon to enjoy the late 3pm Friday post time and the party in the park Arlington hosts every Friday during the summer. On July 31, 1985, Arlington Park burned down in a fire, but it was rebuilt better than ever and reopened in June of 1989 and continues racing every summer. You may even find some Geraci Law attorneys there enjoying a beautiful summer Saturday or Sunday afternoon.