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Benefits of Consulting an Attorney
An experienced personal injury attorney can evaluate the facts of a particular incident and the applicable law to assess the potential for recovery for medical bills, pain and suffering and lost wages.
The longer the victim waits to hire a lawyer, the less effective they can be. Through NRS 11.190, the time to file a personal injury lawsuit is limited, the sooner that decisive action is taken, the stronger a plaintiff’s chances of winning his or her claims will be. So, don’t wait!
In the aftermath of a personal injury, it helps to have an experienced personal injury lawyer provide guidance on the road to recovery. With three offices located across Chicagoland (West Lake Street, East Cermak Road, and South Halsted Street), as well as other Illinois offices in Elgin, Joliet and Waukegen, there is an office near you.
Special Rules May Apply
It is important for Chicago accident victims to be aware that Illinois has specific rules to apportion responsibility for an accident when multiple people contribute to the cause of an accident. Sometimes an accident victim may be partially at fault for the accident and their own injuries.
Illinois law will divide the responsibility for the accident among all the parties with each party assigned a percentage of the fault. Accidents that involve multiple parties and varying degrees of responsibility involve a complex legal analysis that can directly impact an accident victim’s potential recovery.
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2019 was another amazing year filled with positive impact! Thanks to the generosity and support of our clients, team members, and community partners, our nonprofit Lerner and Rowe Gives Back was able to give over $1.25 million total back to local neighborhood organizations in nine states.
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