Jennifer Wirth graduated from John Marshall Law School in 2001. For seventeen years, she has maintained a private practice that focuses on representing drivers at Secretary of State license reinstatement hearings after a DUI revocation.
Wirth's concept was to create a law practice that placed client satisfaction and winning cases as the highest priorities.
Over the years, Wirth has been able to achieve positive results at reinstatement hearings for clients who have been revoked for DUI, even if they have been unsuccessful at past hearings for various reasons. In her experience, most cases are winnable if the attorney and client work together to address all potential concerns of the Secretary of State in advance of a hearing.
As a result, Wirth only takes cases that she believes will be successful at a hearing. It is her goal that all client expectations are met and every client is satisfied with the outcome of the representation.
In 2005, the practice began keeping overall success statistics. Since the inception of the statistical analysis, over 90 percent of our clients have received driving privileges at their first Secretary of State hearing with her office on an annual basis.
Wirth credits her success to honesty, communication and providing a comprehensive defense on every client matter. All clients are able to call, text or email her at any time and receive a same-day response to their questions or concerns. She offers competitive, flat-rate pricing for Secretary of State hearings.
Wirth has received numerous professional achievement awards, including the 2018 Top 100 Trial Lawyer Award for Criminal Division, Avvo’s Client Choice Award between 2015-2019, as well as the Client Champion Award from Martindale-Hubbell in 2017 and 2018.
To schedule a free consultation with Jennifer Wirth, please call 312.461.0400 or email her directly at firstname.lastname@example.org.
"I cannot put into words how grateful I am. I have never had a more experienced, prepared, competent attorney." Melanie, Former Client. Avvo Review.