Phone (815) 726-3600
Fax (815) 726-3676
Mohammed Nofal is an active trial lawyer and handles cases in state and federal courts. His practice concentrates on defense litigation with an emphasis on representing general contractors, subcontractors, developers and related construction entities in suits involving bodily injury, construction defects, mechanics liens and contract disputes. He has tried various cases to verdict with successful results.
Mohammed also has experience in counseling and representing large and mid-size businesses, homeowners associations and developers in both transactional and litigation matters. Mohammed received his undergraduate degree from the University of Illinois. He earned his law degree from Chicago-Kent College of Law with honors.
When not practicing law, Mohammed is busy devoting his time as a Commissioner with the Village of Tinley Park’s Economic Development Commission. He has been a Commissioner since 2005. As Commissioner, he works with Village Staff on structuring and recommending sound economic policies for implementation by the Village Mayor and Board of Trustees. He is also a member of the Will County Bar association, where he serves as an arbitrator.
Recent representative trial results for Mohammed
- Jury finds in favor of General Contractor
- Jury agrees that low-impact collision was not proximate cause of injury
- Jury disagrees with Plaintiff’s injury claim
- Repair Garage not liable for theft of customer’s ATVs
- Jury Returns verdict in favor of Electrical Contractor
Recent representative achievements for Mohammed
- Arbitration panel returns defense decision
- Court grants Motion to Dismiss on breach of contract and fraud claims.
- Construction defect case against developer and general contractor settles for nominal amount.
- Construction negligence case against subcontractor settles for nuisance-value.
- Federal Court grants Motion to Dismiss in favor of dairy equipment manufacturer.
- Summary Judgment granted in favor of car dealership on delivery of unique vehicle
- De minimis deviation in sidewalk maintained by homeowner’s association leads to nuisance-value settlement.
- Federal Court dismisses complaint alleging Truth-in-Lender Act violations by dealership.
- Court dismisses subcontractors Mechanics Lien compliant
- Arbitrator Agrees with Defendants