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Illinois Personal Injury Cases - An Overview

 Posted on February 28, 2024 in Personal Injury

IL injury lawyerA personal injury case is one in which someone is harmed in some way as a result of someone else’s actions, whether they were negligent or intentional. If you were injured as a result of another person’s actions, it can be not only frustrating but also traumatizing. And since someone else was responsible, it might feel overwhelming to get them to pay for the costs of what they did, whether that means medical bills, the costs of repairs, or costs associated with your inability to go to work. In this article, we will explore some common aspects of a personal injury case. Of course, if you have been injured as a result of someone else’s actions, an experienced Glenview, IL personal injury attorney can review the specifics of your case and advise you on how to proceed.

What Is Involved in a Personal Injury Case?

When arguing a personal injury case, you will have to show that the following conditions exist in your case:

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I Had a Slip and Fall Injury at a Restaurant. What Should I Do?

 Posted on February 06, 2024 in Premises Liability

IL injury lawyerWhen someone is injured as a result of someone else’s negligence - for example faulty products, careless installation of furniture, or unsafe practices - they can file a personal injury claim. If you were involved in a slip and fall at a restaurant, an experienced Glenview, IL personal injury lawyer can review your case and advise you on whether you might be entitled to compensation to cover the costs of any resulting injuries.

Important Tips for Filing Your Personal Injury Claim

Without sufficient knowledge and preparation, you might make mistakes that could seriously impact your personal injury claim. Here are some tips to help you have a successful outcome:

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Proving Your Limo Accident Injuries

 Posted on January 30, 2024 in Car Accidents

IL injury lawyerBeing injured in a limousine accident can result in significant medical bills, lost wages, and other costs. You have the right to pursue compensation for your injuries. However, proving those injuries occurred as a result of the accident is essential. Thankfully, an Illinois personal injury attorney can help you figure out how to prove your injuries strategically.

Documenting Your Injuries

It is critical that you seek prompt medical attention after a limousine accident. Being examined and treated creates a record of your injuries that can be used as evidence later. Provide detailed and accurate information to all medical providers about what happened and exactly where and how you feel pain or other symptoms. Follow recommended treatment plans closely to demonstrate that your injuries are serious enough to require ongoing care.

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Potential Types of Compensation for Wrongful Death

 Posted on January 14, 2024 in Personal Injury

IL injury lawyerLosing a loved one is painful enough without having to worry about financial burdens. When a wrongful death occurs due to another party’s negligence or misconduct, the surviving family members may be eligible to seek compensation through a wrongful death lawsuit. An experienced Illinois personal injury attorney can advise your family on the potential types of damages they may recover.

Economic Damages

Economic damages are intended to compensate for tangible financial losses resulting from a wrongful death. Types of economic damages may include:

  • Medical and funeral expenses - Costs related to medical treatment prior to death and funeral and burial expenses
  • Loss of financial support - Loss of current and future income the deceased would have earned and contributed to the family
  • Loss of benefits - Loss of employment benefits, social security, pension, and other monetary benefits

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How to Prove Medication Errors in Nursing Homes

 Posted on December 28, 2023 in Nursing Home Abuse/ Neglect

IL injury lawyerWhen your elderly loved one resides in a nursing home, you trust their well-being to the staff’s care. However, medical mistakes happen too often among overwhelmed employees. If you suspect negligent medication management has put your family member at risk, understanding key evidence needed to demonstrate errors and pursue justice can empower you during a difficult situation. An Illinois personal injury lawyer can help you seek potential justice.

Define What Qualifies as Medication Mismanagement

Many kinds of medication mix-ups constitute negligent nursing home care. From untreated pain because of delayed drug delivery to life-threatening overdoses, examples requiring investigation include:

What Evidence Do You Need for a Premise Liability Claim?

 Posted on December 15, 2023 in Premises Liability

IL injury lawyerPremise liability laws in Illinois allow you to hold property owners accountable if injuries occur from unsafe conditions under their control. However, winning potential compensation for a premise liability claim requires showing adequate supporting evidence. Determine what details properly document the incident scene, defect or hazard, and resulting harms when beginning your case investigation and gathering critical proof. An Illinois personal injury lawyer can help build a case with the proper evidence.

Capture Images Documenting the Hazard Itself

Thorough visual documentation forms a foundation proving the dangerous property flaw actually existed as described. Take photos of wet floors, broken stairs, inadequate lighting or security, or similar. This objectively establishes the defect or hazard contributing to accidents onsite. Dated images provide further proof of the property owner’s responsibility in allowing the ongoing, known, unsafe situation. Most smartphones now will automatically have a timestamp on the images.

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How Do I Seek Compensation After a Big Rig Crash?

 Posted on November 30, 2023 in Truck Accidents

IL injury lawyerLarge commercial trucks play a crucial role in transporting goods across the country. Unfortunately, these massive vehicles are involved in accidents, the consequences can be devastating. Such truck accidents often lead to severe injuries, including brain and internal organ damage. You will likely need extensive medical care, as well as ongoing rehabilitative treatments. The financial toll of a commercial truck crash can be overwhelming, but know that you and your family may be able to find relief through a personal injury claim. We recommend you reach out to an Illinois personal injury attorney right away.

Who Should Face Legal Responsibility for Truck Accident Injuries?

A myriad of factors can contribute to large commercial truck crashes. Inadequate vehicle maintenance, such as problems with brakes, steering, or hydraulics, can lead to an accident. Truck driver negligence, whether due to fatigue, substance abuse, or distracted driving, also poses a significant risk. Improper loading and securing of truck freight can also lead to accidents, with unsecured cargo causing imbalance and potential hazards on the road. Ultimately, legal responsibility for a truck accident may fall on the truck company or carrier, the truck owner, the driver, a manufacturing company, or another party involved.

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What Can I Do If I Am a First Responder Injured on the Road?

 Posted on November 08, 2023 in Car Accidents

IL injury lawyerFirst responders risk their lives each and every day. First responders can easily be injured while helping someone on a highway or the side of the road. First responders can be focused on helping someone in need and be hit by a car or injured in a car accident in seconds. If you are a first responder who has suffered an injury, you need an Illinois attorney who will go over your options and try to seek compensation for a broader range of damages than workers' compensation alone would cover.

Is Scott’s Law Intended to Save Lives?

Most people realize that helping others is a noble act, but sometimes, it can be risky, especially for emergency responders in Illinois. In Illinois, there is a law in place to protect first responders while they are on duty. It is known as Scott's Law. It is named in honor of a firefighter who tragically lost his life while assisting on the Dan Ryan Expressway, Scott's Law was created to shield first responders from harm. Under this law, Illinois drivers are obligated to do a few simple things when they see emergency vehicles on the road:

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What Can I Do If I Am Injured Crossing the Street this Halloween?

 Posted on October 26, 2023 in Car Accidents

IL injury lawyerThis Halloween you should keep in mind the frightful consequences of being struck by someone who is driving impaired, distracted, or too fast. You may be planning to accompany your little ghouls and goblins trick-or-treating, but if you are injured in a car accident, you need an Illinois attorney to help you get the compensation that you deserve so that you get the necessary treatment.

How Can Halloween Increase Risks for Trick-O-Treaters?

Every Halloween, police agencies have to warn people about being safe on the streets and watch out for cars. The general public tends to think that speeding is not as dangerous as drunk driving or distracted driving. Speeding, however, continues to be a major cause of injury and fatal crashes across the country according to the National Highway Transportation Safety Administration. We want everyone to go out and have fun this Halloween but be cautious. Unfortunately, drivers who speed are also more likely to engage in other risky behaviors, like driving without a safety belt, drinking and driving, or using a cell phone while driving.

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What Can I Do If I Am Injured in a Bus Crash?

 Posted on October 05, 2023 in Personal Injury

IL injury lawyerWe know that a bus accident can turn your life upside down, making it difficult to move forward. This summer the Greyhound bus accident on Interstate 70 near St. Louis left three of the 22 bus passengers dead and 14 others injured. A recent investigation found that a Chicago city bus is involved in a crash every 36 hours on average. You need an Illinois attorney experienced in handling transportation accidents and mass transit injury cases.

Is It Possible to File a Claim Against a City Transportation System?  

Three major public transportation systems in the area include the Chicago Transit Authority (CTA), Pace, and Metra. They are government-run and therefore have some protection against accident claims.

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