Serious Collision, Series Charges

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Impaired driving is a serious charge, and it can result in long term jail time and a large amount of damages for those who are permanently injured or killed. Make sure to contact a lawyer to discuss.

Traffic Crashes in Covid Times

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Traffic collisions up. What is the reason? Not as much traffic enforcement?

Injured in a collision? Make sure to contact a local attorney to assist you.

Fatal Traffic Accidents and Lawsuits

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Make sure to seek out a lawyer as soon as possible if you have experienced a serious accident, or if your loved one was killed. An experienced Illinois lawyer will be able to explain the law and the types of damages available according to the accident.

Important Tips for the Injured

Whether your case involves a Work Injury, a car or truck crash, or a Social Security Disability claim be sure to tell your Doctor about all your problems.

In addition tell your Doctor what limitations and ongoing problems you have suffered as a result of your injury and conditions.

This is important because the value of your case increases with permanent or ongoing limitations and restrictions.

Disability is based on your permanent limitations and restrictions.

The best proof of limitations and restrictions is medical records and opinions of your treating doctor.

The doctors cannot treat you, examine you or provide an opinion unless you tell them regarding your ongoing problems and how they limit you.

Questions about your injuries and conditions? Feel to contact Illinois injury and disability Attorney Dirk May at 309-827-4371.