Personal injury comes in many forms in Jacksonville, Illinois. You may be a victim of personal injury and not even know it. If you have been injured in any way, and you think that someone else may be responsible for the injury, you might qualify for compensation under personal injury laws. Our Jacksonville personal injury lawyers are here to defend you and see that the guilty party compensates you for your pain, suffering and multiple losses. The following are a few of the injuries that our diligent, compassionate attorneys cover:
- Broken bones
- Neck injuries
- Occupational diseases
- Brain injuries
- Psychological disturbances
- Lost limbs
- Back injuries
- Vision problems
Do you Qualify for Illinois Personal Injury?
Jacksonville personal injury laws state that a person who receives an injury due to neglect is eligible for compensation. Therefore, you may be eligible if another party was not acting accordingly by considering your right to be safe. A wide range of incidents falls under this bracket of occurrences. Jacksonville personal injury attorneys can review your case to see if you should collect a settlement. We represent injured parties in the following types of cases:
- Automobile accidents
- Motorcycle accidents
- Work Injuries
- Medical Malpractice
- Slips and falls
- Product liability
- Wrongful death
- Animal bites
- Birth injuries
Automobile accidents are the leading cause of personal injury cases in Jacksonville. More than 50 percent of all automobile accidents are caused by driver neglect. In many of these incidents, someone is ignoring traffic signals and signs, driving intoxicated, or distracted by a prohibited actions. All aforementioned situations constitute a claim of neglect and personal injury. The same rings true for motorcycle accidents. Many motorcycle accidents occur because a vehicle driver was not paying attention to the road.
Many work injuries occur because employees are not following the proper safety procedures. In some cases, the employer fails to update or maintain dangerous machinery. Additionally, some employers do not implement the proper training procedures, and an employee is hurt because of such. Work injuries of this type are personal injuries to the employee.
Medical malpractice is any situation in which a patient’s condition worsens because of a harmful treatment or someone dies (wrongful death) because of a poor medical decision. Both instances would warrant a personal injury case, because medical personnel are supposed to act in ways that protect the patient’s health and welfare. Birth injuries would fall under this bracket. An example of a birth injury is a newborn child receiving brain damage from the improper use of forceps.
Animal bites are considered personal injuries because a pet owner is fully responsible for keeping the pet calm and non-aggressive. If a dog bites an innocent person, chances are high that the owner was neglectful in some way. We can ask for compensation for any illness or injury that arises from the animal bite.
Slips and falls, product liability and assault are our specialties as well. We will fight to the end to have the judge award you a settlement that takes care of all your expenses. Compensatory damages can cover your medical bills, treatment supply costs, repair costs, lost work wages and more. If the guilty party was extremely neglectful, you may be able to receive punitive damages as an added bonus.Contact Jacksonville Personal Injury Lawyers Today
Allow one of the experienced and trusted attorneys at Rosenfeld Injury Lawyers to assist you with your incident. We can bring you in for a free, no obligation consultation to discuss the specifics of your case. Our winning statistics prove that we are at the peak of our careers in bringing justice to injured Jacksonville residents. We understand how frustrating and traumatic it is to be in an accident and have no way to recover. Trust us and let our firm be the start of your recovery. Contact us today by calling or completing a short form for help.
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