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"I get results for my clients because I believe in what I do"


The Law Office of Chet Zawalich evolved from the law firm of Boynton, Esmont & Zawalich, which was founded in South Bend, Indiana in 1927 by M. Edward Doran and Clarence Manion, the former Dean of the Notre Dame Law School. The firm serves the northern Indiana and southwest Michigan regions.

Chet Zawalich is an experienced civil trial lawyer who practices in personal injury with emphasis on the areas of auto and truck accidents, wrongful death and slip-and-fall cases. He is, also, very experienced in medical malpractice cases both in Indiana and Michigan.

His basic philosophy is to provide clients with a comprehensive legal review of their case, identify the potential client's legal rights and options, and to provide the highest quality legal representation.

The initial consultation to discuss your case is always at no charge or obligation. Generally, clients are represented on a contingency-fee basis, which means no attorney fees are paid until a recovery is made for you.

When you are injured or someone close to you has died as a result of the fault of others, you need to know what your legal rights are and what the law will allow as compensation. Do not speak with an insurance company or sign away your legal rights until you have spoken with us. Chet Zawalich will work hard to protect your legal rights and to make sure you receive the compensation you deserve.

Please contact the Law Office of Chet Zawalich to make an appointment at your convenience. We are open Monday through Friday, 8:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M., and on other days and times by appointment.

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Updated on Tuesday, October 18, 2011 11:22 AM