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Sam C. Mitchell

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About Sam C. Mitchell

Mr. Mitchell graduated from Frankfort Community High School in 1957. After serving in the active duty Army and then the Army reserve, he subsequently attended SIU for his undergraduate degrees and received his Juris Doctorate in Law from Loyola University. He received the school's highest recognition in their advocacy competition program.

Mr. Mitchell also focused on medical education as a means of furthering his interest in dealing with the diagnosis, treatment, and overall life effects of traumatic injuries on those that he represents in his Plaintiff’s personal injury practice. Sam has served without pay as a part-time or auxiliary police officer for 21+ years and is a certified Law Enforcement Firearms Instructor and lecturer.

Attorney Sam C. Mitchell's entire life has been dedicated to representing injured plaintiffs and their families. Although he is a world traveler, his primary focus has been the legal system and involvement in a trial practice.

  • United States Army
    United States Army
  • Illinois Trial Lawyers Association
    Illinois Trial Lawyers Association
  • Martindale-Hubbell Peer Rated
    Martindale-Hubbell Peer Rated
  • Martindale-Hubbell Client Champion - Silver / 2019
    Martindale-Hubbell Client Champion - Silver / 2019

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