With more than two decades of experience under his belt, Attorney Robert H. Butzow handles a wide range of personal injury law-related cases. While he has represented individuals who have been involved in different types of accidents, he focuses most of his practice handling cases involving worker’s compensation matters and Social Security disability. Due to his dedication and diligent work ethic, he has recovered a countless number of positive outcomes on behalf of his clients.
Before committing his life to the law and joining Morici, Longo & Associates, Mr. Butzow attended Northeastern Illinois University where he earned his Bachelor of Arts in Criminal Justice and Pre Law in 1980. Following his undergraduate coursework, he enrolled at John Marshall Law School where he obtained his Juris Doctorate in 1985. Since then, he has successfully stood by the sides of those in need of aggressive legal representation.
From 1996 to 1997, Mr. Butzow served as a delegate for the Deerfield Caucus Nominating Committee, which is responsible for selecting candidates for the elective offices in the Village of Deerfield, Illinois. Currently, he holds memberships in the Illinois State Bar Association, the Justinian Society of Lawyers, the Worker’s Compensation Lawyers Association and the Illinois Trial Lawyers Association. Mr. Butzow is currently a member of the ISBA Assembly.