In the area of litigation, we have successfully handled client matters at virtually every level of the legal system, including jury and bench trials, and appeals. Our litigation successes complement a robust transactional practice through which we help clients reach their full potential, including serving as general counsel for small and medium-sized businesses.


We are a full-service general practice firm that includes lawyers known throughout the state and beyond for their extraordinary skill and professionalism. We approach every legal problem with the tenacity, skill, and precision one expects from firms in larger legal markets.


Our clients trust us to solve the most difficult legal problems because they recognize our resourcefulness and creativity. The breadth of our legal experience and our deep understanding of non-legal fields allows us to bring every resource to bear to obtain the best results.


Our rates are competitive with other firms in Central Illinois, and are far lower than comparable firms in Chicago and other metropolitan areas. We are committed to delivering value to our clients in every matter assigned to us.


Webber & Thies is proud to be one of only two Illinois law firms to be a member of Legus International, a global network of law firms providing ready access to over 2,500 lawyers. As a member, we are able to place and receive referrals with other Legus International firms, each of which has a sterling reputation. As the need arises, this is a tremendous resource for our W & T clients. Legus International members are chosen from top law firms in their particular region around the world – each is subject to periodic quality assurance evaluations to maintain high standards of service and experience.


We are problem solvers and will not limit our work to traditional methods such as litigation. We are open to alternative approaches to dispute resolution such as arbitration and mediation. We will work with the client to determine the most cost-effective approach to obtaining a solution, including the use of billing methods other than a strict hourly fee.