2101 S Arlington Heights Rd
Arlington Heights, IL 60005
With a diverse legal background, Gregory W. La Cost has always been a strong advocate for his clients. He has practiced law for over 25 years with a primary focus in litigation and is excited to be solely practicing personal injury plaintiff’s litigation. Gregory’s sincere and compassionate approach to his client work is a perfect fit with the Law Offices of R.F. Wittmeyer, Ltd whose mission is to make a difference in people’s lives – our employees, our clients, and members of the communities in which we work. Gregory is also excited to be able to bring his abilities in line with individuals that have been injured and need his expertise.
Background & Experience
Gregory has practiced in both Illinois and Wisconsin. Previously to joining the Law Offices of R.F. Wittmeyer, Ltd., he both managed and led a personal injury team of attorneys and support staff. In addition to the personal injury work, he practiced family law, contracts, real estate, probate and estate work. Gregory is an accomplished attorney and litigator, cares deeply about his clients, and is an outstanding person. We are extremely excited that he has joined our law firm!
More About Gregory W. La Cost
Gregory has been married to his wife Kristy for nearly 30 years. They have lived in Mount Prospect for over 20 years where they have raised their 4 children. He has coached basketball and soccer and is also a certified soccer referee. With all of his volunteer work in the town, he won the Mount Prospect Shining Star years ago for his service to the youth of Mount Prospect. He loves to serve people and make a positive difference in their lives.
Gregory graduated with honors (cum laude) from John Marshall Law School in Chicago, IL in 1992. He also graduated with a BA in history and political science from Illinois Wesleyan University.
Gregory is committed to aggressively work every client’s case. He believes that everyone deserves the same quality of representation as large companies and insurance carriers. Gregory believes that a person injured as a result of the negligence or wrongful conduct of an individual or company is entitled to full and adequate compensation for their injuries.