Zneimer & Zneimer, P.C.
The attorneys at Zneimer & Zneimer, P.C. represent Chicago and greater Illinois clients injured in personal injury cases, such as serious automobile accidents, truck accidents, wrongful death, and premises liability. Zneimer & Zneimer, P.C. prides themselves on their forward thinking approach working each personal injury litigation efficiently to their clients advantage. The firm has recovered millions in damages for personal injury clients. Zneimer & Zneimer, P.C. also represents immigration clients in a wide range of matters, including immigrant and nonimmigrant visas, removal proceedings, and appeals of immigration status denials. They represent both individuals seeking citizenship or visas for close family members and business owners seeking visas or residence permits for critical employees. The firm's staff speaks Spanish, Russian, Bulgarian, and Turkish to serve a wide variety of immigration needs.
Peter Zneimer has over 15 years of experience successfully litigating personal injury cases before both state and federal courts. Attorney Zneimer has also been able to obtain settlements in favor of his clients through his extensive knowledge of investigative techniques and negotiating skills.
Sofia Zneimer is a published and experienced lawyer in immigration law. She specializes in business immigration and has represented clients ranging from multi-national corporations to individual investors before numerous government agencies, such as the Department of Homeland Security and the State Department. Before Ms. Zneimer joined the firm, she worked for a national law firm as an immigration attorney and also served the immigration needs of a Fortune 500 company for many years. Ms. Zneimer represents families and individuals seeking to bring or keep loved ones in the United States.
- Does the U.S. Constitution Protects People on the Other Side of the U.S. Border
4 February 2017
- Are Red-Light Cameras Effective Means of Improving Safety?
6 December 2015
- Should a Nursing Home Resident be moved when a Complaint is made or a Claim is initiated?
23 November 2015
- Reducing Teen Driving Accidents and Fatalities through Stronger GDL Laws
18 November 2015
- Preventing Head Injuries of School Athletes: Ensuring Safety without Destroying the Sport
14 November 2015
- Bike Lane Clearance and Snow Removal—Is the City Prepared for Winter?
24 October 2015
- The Debate over Privatizing Workers’ Compensation
21 October 2015
- Chicago’s illogical and discriminatory approach to selecting Sobriety Checkpoint locations favors Whites, targets Minorities
15 October 2015
- How will Chicago be able to Maintain Bikeways for Bicyclists if it can’t even properly Maintain Roadways for Motorists?
29 September 2015
- A Businessmen Fails to Meet Threshold Requirement for a National Interest Waiver
16 June 2017
- The U.S. Supreme Court strikes down as unconstitutional citizenship statute that favors unwed mothers over unwed fathers in transmission of U.S. Citizenship. Going forward, both are disfavored
12 June 2017
- AAO issued another decision under the new NIW framework, denying national interest waiver for Physician and Cardiology Researcher
11 June 2017
- University Instructor and Multicultural Education Researcher did not qualify for a National Interest Waiver
9 June 2017
- Teacher and Researcher in Autism Spectrum Disorders Failed to Qualify for a National Interest Waiver
6 June 2017
- In the National Interest – National Interest Waiver
5 June 2017
- Derecogniton of ACICS by U.S. Department of Education, and its effect on international F and M students
20 April 2017
- USCIS zooms in on H-1B petitions for computer occupations
4 April 2017
- President Trump Reissued the Order Suspending Entry for 90 Days
6 March 2017