DuPage County Serious Personal Injury Lawyers
Attorneys for Personal Injury Victims in Lombard, Bloomingdale and St. Charles
Injuries from motor vehicle accidents, premises accidents, medical malpractice, and other serious injuries can exact untold physical, emotional, and financial stress on you and your family. If you or someone close to you has suffered injury resulting from the negligence of another party, you may be entitled to damages for medical bills and other forms of pain and suffering. To be successful in obtaining full compensation, it is important to be represented by an experienced Illinois personal injury attorney.
For more than 40 years, the attorneys at Mevorah & Giglio Law Offices have provided skilled representation for clients who have suffered serious injuries in the Chicago area and throughout northern Illinois. Our award-winning lawyers have in-depth knowledge of all types of personal injury law and what it takes to secure just compensation against even the most well-funded adversaries.
Our attorneys have been acknowledged by our peers for our success in this area of the law and for our honesty, integrity and down to earth approach. We work hard to remain available and accessible to our clients and provide ongoing updates so you are always kept informed on the progress of your case. We also take all personal injury cases on a contingency basis, so you only pay if we win.
We handle a wide range of cases involving personal injury and other serious injuries, including but not limited to:
- Dog bites;
- Gas explosions;
- Brain injury;
- Pedestrian accidents;
- Spinal cord injuries;
- Catastrophic injuries;
- Workplace injuries;
- Construction site accidents;
- Product liability; and
- Wrongful death.
Damages for Serious Injuries in Illinois
When an injury is sustained resulting from the negligence of another party, there are several types of compensatory damages that can be pursued. These include:
- Medical Expenses: Costs for medical care you have already incurred as a result of your accident/injury as well as anticipated future medical costs should be reimbursed.
- Loss of Income: Many serious injuries result in lost wages both now and in the future. In cases of permanent injury, loss of future earning capacity must be calculated.
- Pain and Suffering: Monetary compensation is often awarded for the pain and discomfort you experienced during the injury and thereafter. Pain and suffering can cover a wide range of issues; such as emotional/psychological trauma, loss of enjoyment, loss of consortium and loss of companionship in wrongful death cases.