Married with one young child, Parag makes his home in Suburban Rolling Meadows but has 15 years of experience practicing in downtown Chicago.
Parag earned his undergraduate degree at Washington University in St. Louis, where he studied Political Science and Business. He then proceeded on an academic scholarship to attend the University of Miami in Florida School of Law, where he graduated with honors in 2002.
Throughout his legal career, Parag has fought for the rights of those wrongfully injured at work and by the negligence of others. With over 30 jury trial verdicts, he has the experience that many attorneys claim but only few actually have.
In addition to his jury trial experience, Parag has been successfully argued cases in Federal Court as well as the 1st and 2nd District Appellate Courts of Illinois. Parag handles cases in Cook, Lake, Will, DuPage, and Kane Counties.
Parag routinely lectures before other attorneys, physicians, and nurses at continuing education seminars and meetings. He is also volunteer instructor, teaching elementary school students through the Constitutional Rights Foundation’s Lawyers in the Classroom Program. He also serves as the Vice President of Membership of the South Asian Bar Association of Chicago. Parag can read and write in Spanish.