Gregory Aimonette is the managing partner of the Chicago office of Yost & Baill. Greg primarily handles a national subrogation practice and has litigated a large variety of industrial, commercial and residential property damage losses. Greg prepares and postures every case for a potential trial from the very first intake. This allows him to best represent his client’s interests from beginning to end and conduct an appropriate risk versus reward analysis in order to maximize recovery at a minimal cost. Greg understands that the best result is the one that best serves the interests of his client.
As part of this practice, Greg handles matters throughout the entire United States in both state and federal courts. He has also assisted in handling and providing counsel in matters in Canada, Brazil, France, Germany and the United Kingdom.
Greg received his Bachelor of Arts Degree from DePauw University in 1994 and his Juris Doctor from Northern Illinois University College of Law in 1997. After graduation Greg was a Cook County Assistant State’s Attorney prosecuting cases in the misdemeanor and felony courts of Chicago and the surrounding suburbs. Following working in criminal prosecution, Greg defended manufacturers and construction contractors, which led him to beginning his national subrogation practice.
In his limited free time, Greg relives his doubtful glory days coaching sports, teaching and supporting his wife in her calling as an Ordained Lutheran Minister.