Bill Sandrick is a respected attorney with more than 25 years of exclusive practice in property tax and assessment law. Bill formed Sandrick Law Firm, a division of KSN, in 1997 and is dedicated to providing business owners and real estate investors with first class property tax representation particularly in the south and southwest Chicago suburbs.
Bill handles tax appeals for all types of commercial, industrial, and residential properties. Additionally, he also is well versed in 6b and Class 8 property tax incentives.
Bill graduated from Butler University in 1988 and from IIT Chicago-Kent College of Law in 1991. He is active in numerous business groups, chambers of commerce, and industry organizations including the Alsip Chamber of Commerce, Bedford Park Clearing Industrial Association, Calumet Area Industrial Commission, Chicago Southland Economic Development Forum, Lynwood Chamber of Commerce, South Holland Business Association, South and Southwest Suburban Cook County Tax Incentives Forum, and the Tinley Park Chamber of Commerce.
“Anyone who is looking to work on your property tax reduction with Cook County needs to contact Bill. Bill is the top regional expert when it comes to knowing the ins and outs of every step needed to find ways to look at every aspect of your property to determine where you can find an issue that may apply to reducing your current bill. He can walk you through the assessment process, all the way through the final appeal process and is fair in the fee he charges for any reduction he may be able to help secure for you. Be sure to contact Bill for help with this daunting task. It will be well worth your time and investment.” Cindy Doorn-Nylen, President, Docter's Interior Plantscaping, Inc.
“The thorough and complete property tax representation from Sandrick Law Firm is just what taxpayers need when facing increasing property tax liabilities. The Firm’s commitment to proceed to the highest levels of the appeal process is the type of aggressive representation that many business owners hold require and expect.” - Rich Reinbold, Richton Park
"Lansing businesses weigh options as property taxes spike", Lansing Journal (December 2020)
Property Tax Incentives and panel discussion, 2023 CRE Expo by HRE