Foutris Law Office, Ltd. has obtained millions of dollars in compensation for victims of police misconduct and abuse. The firm's success is rooted in its founding principle: that attorneys must have a passionate commitment to their clients. The firm is client-oriented and tenacious in advocating for each person it represents.
The firm provides its clients with personalized service, and with respectful and compassionate attention to their individual concerns. With a focused attention to detail, unrivaled preparation, and aggressive litigation, your Chicago civil rights attorney will work tirelessly to seek the best result in pursuing your rights to compensation. At Foutris Law Office, Ltd., you will receive the legal advice and guidance you expect and deserve.
Basileios "Bill" Foutris, the founder of Foutris Law Office, Ltd., was born and raised in Chicago, earning his B.A. from Northwestern University and his J.D. from Loyola University Chicago School of Law.
From personal experience, and from involvement in hundreds of civil rights cases, Mr. Foutris knows that police officers do things that they are not supposed to do. When he was a teen Mr. Foutris had guns pointed at his head by Chicago police officers during a traffic stop, all because the two uniformed Chicago police officers that pulled him over thought he was driving in the wrong neighborhood. His firsthand experiences motivate him every day, pushing him to achieve the same result for all his clients: justice.
Mr. Foutris has been remarkably successful in achieving justice for his clients, including numerous civil rights trials where his advocacy resulted in significant judgments for the victims of police misconduct. Mr. Foutris has been practicing law for over 17 years, and in his career as an attorney representing victims of police abuse, he has recovered millions of dollars in compensation for his clients, including a recent $1,160,000 verdict against Chicago.
For the last 15 years, Basileios Foutris has focused his practice exclusively on civil rights, and police misconduct in particular. He has been involved in numerous cases involving wrongful death, police shootings, police brutality, unlawful search & seizure, false arrest, coerced confessions, malicious prosecution, and other abuses of authority.
Contact a Chicago civil rights lawyer from the firm to discuss the incident and to learn more about your options for filing a lawsuit.