A personal injury

is an injury to a person’s body, mind or emotions, as opposed to damage to a person’s property.

Preventable INjuries 

Preventable injuries are the third leading cause of death in the United States, behind cancer and heart disease.


leading cause of death in the U.S.


Roughly 8 million people are injured in falls every year. In fact, falls account for:

32 Percent

of all non-fatal injuries in the U.S.

Falls are the leading cause of injury for all children under the age of 15.

Approximately ten percent of all deaths in the United States are caused by medical errors.

Medical Errors

Prescription drug errors

Common types of medical errors include:


Labor and delivery errors

Surgical site infections

Wrong-site surgical errors

Approximately 4.4 million people are injured in Illinois car accidents every year. On average, Illinois sees 875 car accidents every day.

Car Accidents

A personal injury

is an injury to a person’s body, mind or emotions, as opposed to damage to a person’s property.

Dog bites

Other common types of personal injuries include:

Product liability

Pedestrian accidents

Work injuries

Nursing home abuse and neglect

While the immediate concern after an accident is overcoming your physical injuries, that is not the end of your journey.

You may have missed work, suffer from lingering pain, and be unable to do things you used to. And you may have accident-related medical expenses.

A personal injury lawsuit can help you defray these costs and compensate you for your pain.

What compensation may I receive?

compensatory damages

Illinois personal injury law allows accident victims to recover compensatory damages for their economic and non-economic losses.

Medical bills

Compensatory damages include:

Lost wages

Pain and suffering

Loss of normal life


Compensatory damages include:

Shortened life expectancy

Future care-taking expenses

Decreased earning capacity

Punitive damages are intended to punish the at-fault party for their extremely reckless or intentional behavior.

Punitive damages

If the other party is at least

50 percent

responsible for the accident, you are entitled to compensatory damages.

We promise that you do not have to pay fees unless you win.

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