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Lake Forest Personal Injury Lawyers
When you or a loved one has been injured by the actions of another, you need the assistance and support of Lake Forest personal injury attorneys specializing in protecting your rights and making you whole again. Injuries can occur from all manner of exposure for all manner of reasons. When you have sustained an injury, you want to have a team you can trust that will help you or your loved ones in making your way through the legal system.
The Lake Forest personal injury attorneys at Rosenfeld Injury Lawyers LLC represent residents and visitors involved in all types of serious accident and injury cases. If your loved one suffered injury in an accident or while on the job, our attorneys invite you to contact our legal office for a free case consultation to discuss your legal rights and options. We accept all cases through contingency fee agreements where payments for legal services are postponed until after we have resolved your case through a negotiated settlement or jury trial award. We offer every client a “No Win/No-Fee” Guarantee, meaning if we are unable to obtain compensation on your behalf, you owe us nothing.Nobody is Superhuman
After an injury, the physical and emotional trauma are a lot to deal with. The prospects of legal and financial distress can be overwhelming even if you have a basic understanding of what lies ahead. This is not the time for you to have to bring your best game to the fight for things like compensation for medical bills and lost wages. From the moment of initial impact, those interested in protecting themselves from taking responsibility may try to use your own words against you later in a courtroom. Lake Forest personal injury attorneys are prepared and ready to fight for your rights in recovering damages for injuries suffered through the fault of others.Accidents Happen
Personal injuries occur everyday in ways most people are never expecting. This may be in an automobile or motorcycle accident, injury from medical treatment, an on-the-job injury, slip and fall on property belonging to others, a construction site incident, nursing home abuse, assault or any one of an infinite number of situations that may result in physical or emotional harm due to the actions of another. Despite the fact that there is an expectation that others maintain a property or act in a manner that will not cause harm to others, it is the injured party who must prove damages.A Duty to Act
It is incumbent upon all of us to act, or not act, in a manner that is not intended to cause injury to others. An example to which we can all relate, the Motor Vehicle Code of Illinois defines how a driver must operate a motor vehicle as per the rules of the road and who has the right of way. There is an expectation that drivers will act appropriately in accordance with the laws. Using this same example, when a person runs a red light resulting in a collision, this represents a breach of duty to act appropriately.Obtaining the Help of Experts
A cause of action against the driver who ran the red light may be brought as long as there is sufficient evidence in the form of documentation of physical injury, perhaps medical testimony and any medical procedures that were necessary for recovery. This process of establishing a causal relationship to the actions of the other person who ran the red light is the work that Lake Forest personal injury attorneys perform every day. When you have enough to worry about in getting over the damage that may have taken you from your work or otherwise caused distress, you need someone on whom you can rely to ensure that your interests are preserved and protected.
Here are examples of some of the areas you will want to see protected:
- Hospital bills
- Medical Expenses
- Physician expenses
- Physical Therapy
- Nursing Care
- Lost Wages
- Pain and Suffering
- Funeral expenses
In Illinois, as in most states, there is a limitation on the amount of time allowed to bring action against a defendant in a case of personal injury. This includes filing the lawsuit in time to avoid losing out on the opportunity forever. At least with personal injury cases, attorneys are prepared to take your case on a contingency basis, meaning you do not have to pay until you have prevailed in your case. You are never charged for a consultation to determine the merits of your case, but not acting at all is a guaranty that you will never be able to recover any damages.
You can reach the Lake Forest City Hall as follows:
THE CITY OF LAKE FOREST
220 E. Deerpath, Lake Forest, IL 60045
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