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Slipping on an icy sidewalk can cause serious injuries that require expensive medical treatment. In some cases, another party may be liable if you slip and fall on an icy sidewalk, which can enable you to seek compensation for your injuries. An experienced Chicago personal injury lawyer can help you seek compensation if another party …

Pain and suffering can be vague concepts in the eyes of the law, but they are harsh realities for victims of personal injuries. When pursing a personal injury claim, you may be eligible to seek compensation for your pain and suffering as well as for your medical bills and damaged property. If you have been …

There are a wide range of situations in which you may benefit from the services of an Illinois personal injury attorney, even if it doesn’t seem necessary immediately. You can pursue a successful personal injury claim for a wide variety of occurrences, provided you can prove that another party’s negligence played a role in your …

If you have been a victim of a personal injury and you pursue legal action, you will likely be seeking compensation from an insurance company, either from your own or from the insurer of the person who injured you. Insurers have a duty of good faith toward an injured person, but there are times when …

Whether you are the driver or the passenger, a negligent party can be held liable for your injuries following a collision. An experienced Illinois personal injury lawyer can help you pursue a claim if you are injured in an auto accident. Can the Driver be Liable for My Injuries as Passenger? Whether a driver is …

The operator of a common carrier like a bus or train can be held liable for injuries or damages caused by negligent operation. Often, common carriers have a greater duty to ensure your safety in comparison to other motor vehicle operators. Common carrier vehicles are often government-owned transit, and the government may be liable if …

Under Illinois law, either party has the right to appeal a judgment or verdict if they are not satisfied with the outcome. The party that filed the appeal, who is then known as the appellant (the person who appeals the verdict), can ask a higher court to reconsider and decide the issue.  A Chicago personal …

Personal injury claims are usually decided on the basis of negligence or intent to cause harm. We have written about how to prove negligence in personal injury cases, but what if the person who injured you displayed neither negligence nor intent to hurt you? While every case is different and it is important to consult …

Distracted driving contributes to thousands of auto accidents and injuries every year, in Illinois and throughout the country, and in recent years the law has changed to punish distracted drivers. Use of a mobile device while driving can also serve as evidence of negligence or recklessness in a personal injury claim. If you are injured …

After an auto accident, your top two priorities should be to get medical attention if necessary and to contact an Illinois personal injury lawyer if you are hurt. As important as it is to do the right things after an auto accident, there are also some things that you should not do following a collision. …


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