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Waukegan Personal Injury Lawyers
Rosenfeld Injury Lawyers LLC is honored to be an Illinois accident firm selected by individuals and families to represent them in Waukegan personal injury matters. Our law firm prides itself on aggressively litigating incidents occurring in Waukegan, where people have been seriously injured or killed by the carelessness or recklessness of others.
If you or a loved one suffered an injury in Waukegan, Illinois, begin the process now of determining your best course of events from an award-winning law firm. Complete the online form for a free case review.
Our Waukegan personal injury attorneys provide legal services to residents and visitors of Waukegan, Illinois, involved in an on-the-job injury or severe accident. Were your harmed or your loved one killed in an accident caused by the intentional or negligent actions of others? If so, you have legal rights.
Our legal team invites you to schedule an appointment to discuss your case with our injury attorneys today. Let us provide legal options and discuss your rights to hold those responsible for your injuries financially accountable.
We accept every personal injury claim for compensation and lawsuit through a contingency fee agreement. This arrangement postpones your payments for our legal services until after your case is resolved in a jury trial award or through a negotiated out of court settlement with the insurance company's lawyers. Our legal team provides every client with a "No Win/No-Fee" Guarantee. This promise ensures that if we cannot obtain compensation on your behalf, your family members will owe us nothing for our services.From Humble Beginnings to Larger Illinois City
The city of Waukegan is situated eight miles south of the Wisconsin border on the shores of Lake Michigan. The community is one of the oldest in Illinois, dating back to the early 1800s when it was known as "Little Fort." The name Waukegan was derived from a Potawatomi word meaning "little fort" and became the official name in 1849.Early Waukegan, a Manufacturing City
As a lake port, much of the early economy focused around shipping agriculture goods to the larger city of Chicago by way of Lake Michigan. However, when the railroad came to the town in 1855, interest was turned to manufacturing.
In the late 1800s and through the middle of the twentieth century, Waukegan was, for the most part, a manufacturing and industrial city. With the railroad stop and lake port, it was an ideal place for the much-needed industry. But not unlike many other Midwest and U.S. cities, the manufacturing industries all but were gone from the area by the turn of the century.Recent Revitalization of Downtown Waukegan, IL
With manufacturing and industries either closing or moving to cheaper labor markets, the city has looked to new ways to support its growing population. There are two larger cities on either side of it to the north, Milwaukee, and to the south, Chicago. Waukegan hopes to make itself a desirable place to live to attract workers from both cities.
The plan involves what would be a multi-million dollar face lift for the city. With over three miles of lakefront and two harbors, the future of the city could easily be tied with recreational boating and lavish lake parks. There are plans for waterfront condominiums and other residential spaces to bring interest to those wishing to live outside of the larger cities.
The downtown is scheduled to have old buildings restored as well. The renovation already started with the refurbishment of the Genesee Theatre in the downtown area after it had been closed for more than a decade. The theatre reopened in 2003, drawing people from miles around.
The area has big plans, all stemming from the local government. The City of Waukegan planners are making process towards their goal. You can research the city website for information on planning and other city services and historical information. You can also visit the city hall at:
Waukegan City Hall
100 N. Martin Luther King, Jr. Ave
The community's two hospitals, both owned by Vista Health, support its residents' health care needs.
Vista Medical Center East
1324 North Sheridan Road
Vista Medical Center West
2615 Washington Street
The future looks bright for Lake County. The city has chosen to look both to the past and future to move toward a new and exciting time of growth and, hopefully, prosperity.Waukegan Personal Injury Attorneys, Rosenfeld Injury Lawyers LLC
Rosenfeld Injury Lawyers LLC represents accident victims who have been involved in a serious accident and need legal advice on how to proceed if they have a severe injury. Our team of Illinois personal injury attorneys is also available when legal representation for the victim in medical negligence cases is needed.
Having a trusted advocate for your accident case frequently means the difference between the rapid resolution of a matter and a protected legal battle. Rosenfeld Injury Lawyers LLC gets to work from the time we are retained by a client to start assembling the most favorable case possible for your circumstance.
While there is no assurance an automobile accident case will be resolved, our aggressive personal injury case preparation results in more than 97% of our cases settling for significant money before trial.
Contact our personal injury law firm today. Our attorneys have a proven track record. Your injury attorney offers a free consultation to discuss your legal rights. As with all of our cases, we work on a contingency fee arrangement where we only receive a legal fee when we can secure financial compensation or win the case for you. We are available 24-hours per day, and if needed, our lawyers represent clients with a wide variety of situations that require legal assistance and will come to Lake County for a consultation.
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