DeBofsky Law is proud to announce that 3 of our attorneys have been included on the 2023 Super Lawyers list for Illinois:

Mark DeBofsky (15 years in a row) and Top 100 List

Marie Casciari (Rising Star since 2016)

Marie Casciari (Rising Star since 2016)

About Super Lawyers

Covering more than 70 practice areas, Super Lawyers is a directory of lawyers who have achieved a high degree of peer recognition and professional achievement. Only 5% of attorneys are selected to the Super Lawyers list and 2.5% are selected to the Rising Stars list in each state.

The annual selection process includes a statewide survey of lawyers, independent research of candidates and peer reviews by practice area. The Rising Star category is for attorneys who are under 40 years old or who have fewer than ten years of legal experience.

About DeBofsky Law

Since 2013, DeBofsky Law has been providing specialized representation in matters relating to ERISA benefits, retirement plans, and disability insurance claims. We strive to lead the way in the practice of ERISA and benefits law. As the laws and regulations around ERISA and benefits have evolved, so too has our approach in helping our clients secure their rightful benefits. We work with our clients to form a partnership to address their specific needs and navigate the complex legal system. Our mission is to provide compassionate and dedicated service to our clients, while upholding the highest standards of legal advocacy and ethics.

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