Anthony J. Casale
Anthony J. Casale graduated from DePaul University in 1976. He graduated from Lewis University College of Law. Mr. Casale has been engaged in the general practice of law since being admitted as an attorney in Illinois in 1980.
Prior to being associated with the law firm of Storino, Ramello & Durkin, Mr. Casale was an associate and partner in the law firm of Civinelli, Culliton & Casale. His office was in DuPage County for fourteen years. Mr. Casale was also a solo practitioner in Cook County, engaging in general practice of law for six years prior to locating in DuPage County.
His general practice consists of real estate law; wills and trusts; personal injury and worker's compensation litigation; criminal traffic and DUI defense; Secretary of State hearings, adoption and bankruptcy matters in Cook and DuPage Counties.
Mr. Casale has tried over fifteen personal injury cases to jury verdict and has wide-ranging civil and chancery litigation experience. He has represented plaintiffs and defendants in complicated injury cases in the Circuit Court and Workers' Compensation Commission.
Mr. Casale was a Special Assistant Attorney General from 1995 to 2004 for acquisition of real property on behalf of the State of Illinois through eminent domain. He successfully tried a landmark condemnation case in DuPage County, along with a another DuPage case which resulted in a verdict equal to the settlement offer prior to trial.
Mr. Casale was Village Prosecutor for the Village of Westmont for fourteen years.
Mr. Casale is the prosecutor for Hanover Park traffic, building code violations and automobile impound hearings. He was the Administrative Hearing Officer for Streamwood and Villa Park. He was the Glendale Heights prosecutor for traffic and ordinance violations for seven years and currently prosecutes the local DUI cases for the Village of Glendale Heights. He also prosecutes building code violations and automobile impound matters for the Village of Glendale Heights, which include administrative review matters and chancery matters to enforce the building violations.
Mr. Casale is currently a member of the DuPage County Bar Association and the Illinois State Bar Association.