Cary Wintroub graduated with a B.A. in Political Science from Washington University in St. Louis in 1975, earning the following honors: Phi Beta Kappa, Magna Cum Laude and National Political Honor Society. He graduated from DePaul Law School in 1978, after which he took a position in the Cook County States Attorney’s Office.
In 1981, Cary left the Cook County States Attorney’s Office and went into private practice, concentrating in personal injury law, which he still practices today. His practice is focused upon helping injured people get compensation deserved from those responsible. He is not afraid of difficult liability cases and has successfully obtained compensation for clients where other attorneys have failed. Cary prides himself on being available to his clients for all of their questions and needs.
Cary’s many years of experience and concentration in the personal injury field has generated successful outcomes for thousands of clients. Cary is a devoted lawyer and litigator who brings his passion to deliver great results to every new matter. Cary’s clients regularly refer their family and friends to handle their matters. Cary is married and has three daughters and three grandchildren.