As Naperville accident attorneys, Rosenfeld Injury Lawyers LLC is proud to represent people from all walks of life who have been injured due to the carelessness of others. Over the years, we have represented people in Naperville accidents involving motor vehicle collisions, work accidents and nursing home abuse. If you or a loved one was injured, contact our Naperville personal injury lawyers for a free case review.
Our law firm regularly represents people in the following types of Naperville accident and wrongful death cases.
- Nursing Home Negligence
- Medical Malpractice
- Bike Accidents
- Motorcycle Accidents
- Car Crashes
- Dog Bites
- Workers Compensation
- Truck Accidents
The Naperville 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 encourage you to contact our legal office for a free case consultation to discuss your legal rights and options. Our law firm accepts every lawsuit and compensation claim through a contingency fee arrangement. This agreement postpones payment of our legal services until after our attorneys have successfully resolved your case through a negotiated out-of-court settlement or jury trial award. We offer every client a “No Win/No-Fee” Guarantee that will ensure you will owe us nothing if we are unable to obtain compensation on your family’s behalf. You have nothing to lose and compensation to gain. Contact us today.
Always Expanding City
Although Naperville has been established for over 180 years, it was not until recent decades that this once rural town blossomed into the city you see today. Only 30 miles west of Chicago, this bedroom community boasts several distinctions that make it stand out from its neighbors. Naperville, IL is situated primarily in DuPage County with a portion of the city spilling into Will County.
A Great Place To Live, Play & Work
One of the distinctions Naperville has had in recent years is from Money magazine. In 2006, this town of only a little over 140,000 was named the 2nd best place to live in the U.S. There are several factors that made Naperville stand out amongst the nation's cities.
- Low crime rate
- High average income
- Excellent schools
- Bountiful leisure and cultural venues
On top of being rated one of the best places to live, Naperville has also been labeled the wealthiest city in the Midwest. In a study done in 2010, not only was it the top in the Midwest, it also ranked 11th nationally for cities with populations of over 75,000. Some of the other honors given to Naperville include:
- Ranked the number one public library, in towns between 100,000 and 250,000, nationwide by Hennen’s American Public Library Ratings for over 10 years running.
- Listed on the National Register of Historic Places as it has over 600 historic buildings
- The Moser Tower and Millennium Carillon helped make it a designated White House Millennium Community in 1999
For residents of Naperville, the appeal lies in the fact that the city is self-contained. While there are larger cities on either side with Aurora to the west and Chicago to the east, residents have all the really need right in their own city.
- Education. The Naperville area has two school districts that serve the community. It also has several college campuses and private schools as well.
- Hospital. The city has one hospital, Edward Hospital at 801 Washington Street. However, it is a large hospital and is the largest single employer in Naperville.
- Parks. The Naperville Park District manages over 2,400 acres of parks, including skateboarding parks, Centennial Beach, Knoch Knolls Park and many others in the area.
The City of Naperville has an official website at www.naperville.il.us, with links for residents, tourists and those interested in moving to their city. Also, the city hall welcomes visitors at 400 South Eagle Street and their phone number is (630) 420-6111.
Accident & Injury Cases Occurring in Naperville, Illinois
Frequently, as cities expand and become more congested, there is a direct correlation between their population growth and the number of personal injuries sustained by their residents either on the streets, at work or at their medical facilities.
When personal injury cases cannot be resolved directly with an insurance adjuster, litigation may be necessary. When the incident occurred in Naperville or the parties reside or do business in the area, a lawsuit may need to be commenced at the 18th Judicial Distrct, DuPage County Courthouse. The DuPage Courthouse is located at: 421 N. County Farm Road, Wheaton, IL 60187, tel: 630-407-6500.Naperville Personal Injury and Accident Attorneys
Rosenfeld Injury Lawyers LLC welcomes the opportunity to represent the fine residents of Naperville who have been involved in a serious personal injury or need legal advice or representation for medical negligence cases. We offer free consultations and work on a contingency fee schedule meaning you never need pay anything for us to begin working on your case.
Call us at 888-424-5757 to set up a free consultation, where one of our Naperville personal injury attorneys can come to you or you can visit us at our offices in Chicago, at 33 225 W Wacker Dr. To travel from Naperville, take I-88 toll way, and then merge on to I-290 E. Take the Kennedy Expy/I-90 exit and then take Exit 51C. Turn right onto Washington Blvd, then right onto Clark Street. Take your first left onto Calhoun Pl and then another left onto to Dearborn. Our offices are on the right.
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