Personal Injury

Motor Vehicle Accidents

After being in an accident, it can be daunting to deal with police officers, medical doctors, and other healthcare providers; not to mention the other driver’s insurance company, which will leave no stone unturned to avoid paying you the just compensation you deserve. You have to deal with all that when the foremost thing in your mind is getting back to where you were before the accident (if possible). If you retain our office, we will zealously represent your interests so you can concentrate on what’s most important – your health. Call or email today for a free consultation.

Premises Liability

Property owners owe certain individuals the duty to use “reasonable care under the circumstances regarding the state of the premises or acts done or omitted on them.” 740 ILCS 130/2. When the premise has a defect or someone acts or fails to act when they should have, catastrophic injuries can occur. If you are injured as a result of someone not adhering to the above standard, call our office today. We will find out who owns the property, and seek to hold them accountable for their negligence.

Workplace Accidents

On-the-job injuries happen every day, no matter the type of work being performed. From office administrators to factory workers to all types of trades, regardless of whether your collar is blue or white, our careers provide all sorts of opportunities for injury. The law in Illinois is that, among other conditions, if you are an employee and suffer an injury that is related to and arising out of your employment, you have a viable claim under the Illinois Worker’s Compensation Act. This is not a lawsuit. In fact, you are most likely prohibited from suing your employer for your injury. Rather, a worker’s compensation claim is an administrative arbitration proceeding. Call our office today so you can get paid for the time you are restricted from working, your necessary medical bills, and a lump-sum or structured settlement for any permanent partial disability from which you suffer.