The Law Offices of Kevin Geisler is a full service law firm offering legal services in a broad range of areas and was established in 2001. The members of the law firm are Kevin L. Geisler and Tyler J. Weaver, both natives of Charleston, Illinois. Dale A. Righter, a native of Mattoon, Illinois is of counsel.
Kevin L. Geisler is the principle partner of The Law Offices of Kevin L. Geisler. Kevin spent a majority of his youth in Charleston, and graduated from Charleston High School in 1988. Kevin proceeded to graduate with a degree in Finance from California State University in 1992, and received his law degree from St. Louis University in 1996. Kevin practiced for a period of time in St. Louis, Missouri until returning to his native hometown of Charleston in April of 1998.
Kevin practices in the areas of personal injury, workers’ compensation, domestic relations and criminal defense. Kevin is actively involved in the community as president of the Family Choices Adoption Agency, and current Chairperson for the LWIA 23 Workforce Investment Board. Kevin resides with his wife, Erin, in Charleston, Illinois.
Tyler J. Weaver is a partner in The Law Offices of Kevin L. Geisler. Tyler is a Charleston native and graduated from Charleston High School in 2001. He attended Eastern Illinois University and graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Business in 2004, specializing in Finance. During Tyler’s time at EIU, he worked part-time as a law clerk for the Law Offices of Kevin L. Geisler. Tyler then attended Southern Illinois University School of Law and graduated with a Juris Doctor degree in 2008. During his third year of law school, Tyler was a member of the Southern Illinois American Inn of Court.
Dale A. Righter is Of Counsel at The Law Offices of Kevin Geisler. Dale is a Mattoon native and graduated from Mattoon High School in 1984. Dale graduated with a degree in Accounting from Eastern Illinois University in 1988 and received his law degree from St. Louis University in 1991. Dale practiced briefly in the St. Louis area before returning to his hometown of Mattoon where he worked as a prosecutor for the Illinois Drug Task Force.
In 1997, Dale was appointed to the Illinois State House of Representatives, and in 2001 was elected to the Illinois State Senate where is currently serves as the Deputy Minority Leader. Dale has two children, Jonathan and Benjamin.