Car Accident Attorneys
Chicago Car Accident Lawyers
A car accident can change your life in an instant.
From minor fender benders to multiple vehicle collisions and rollovers, the injuries you sustain from the energy and collision of an auto accident can impact your life—and your family's life—for weeks, months, years, or even permanently.
Automobile accidents aren't limited to business hours! That's why our car accident attorneys are available 24-hours a day. If you or a loved one is injured in a car accident, maximize your claim by contacting us immediately through our 24-Hour Hotline: (312) 443-1488—even if you aren't sure that you have a case.
We are here for you when you need us! We offer free initial consultations, and you take no risk. If we don't recover compensation on your behalf, you don't pay.
Auto accidents occur at all times of day and night, under various weather conditions, and as a result of many different driver errors, acts of negligence, and types of intoxication. Distracted driving, cell phone use, and texting are now significant causes of devastating car accidents. No matter the cause, all injuries can lead to loss of wages, income, and security—but worst of all, loss of health or life.
Fighting for the Compensation You Deserve
Insurance companies are under no obligation to inform you of your rights and may use your statement to attempt to reduce or deny your claim. In fact, many insurers try to cover as little of your claim as possible and may attempt to undervalue your injuries. If you or a loved one is injured in a car accident, call Adler & Adler, P.C. at (312) 443-1488 as soon as possible after sustaining an injury in a car accident that was caused by another driver. We will help you understand your rights and options.
Our attorneys aggressively fight for our clients' rights to full financial compensation for all types of auto accident injuries. We work tirelessly to ensure those rights are upheld and that compensation is collected.
With more than 50 years of combined Illinois accident law experience, Senior Partners Mark Adler and Valerie Harris Adler bring authoritative, expert knowledge to each injury claim—knowledge that is critical to obtaining full compensation for serious injuries. While many cases are negotiated and settled out of court, we are always prepared to stand up to insurance companies and take a case to trial if doing so will lead to an optimal financial outcome for our client.
While each case is different, compensation depends on many factors, including the severity of your injuries and recovery time. We work on behalf of our clients to seek maximum compensation for all damages, including:
- Related Medical Expenses, including hospital and physician bills, prescriptions, physical therapy, & medical equipment
- Future Medical Care, including anticipated surgeries, long-term care, rehabilitation & other related expenses
- Lost Wages & Future Loss of Income and/or Earnings Capacity
- Pain & Suffering
- Loss of Limbs and Permanent Impairments
- Loss of a Normal Life
Accident victims can suffer from mere bumps and bruises to much more serious injuries. We can help you recover financial compensation for:
- Traumatic Brain Injuries
- Broken Bones and/or Loss of Limbs
- Internal Injuries
- Whiplash & Soft Tissue Damage
- Spinal Cord Injuries & Paralysis
- Injury to the Face & Eyes
- Knee, Neck & Back Injuries
- Wrongful Death
One Accident, Multiple Claims
All drivers of any type of motor vehicle must use reasonable care to avoid injuring others. Reasonable care includes obeying all federal and Illinois laws, keeping your vehicle maintained, not driving while impaired, and using the care an average person would use while driving. Not using reasonable care may be considered negligence—and the driver or drivers who caused the collision may be liable for damages.
Through accident investigation, your attorney at Adler & Adler can determine the party or parties either partially or fully liable for your injuries. The results may be surprising. Car accident injuries may involve not only one insurance claim, but rather, depending on the circumstances of an accident, multiple auto insurance claims or even a product liability claim. If you have been injured in a work-related car accident, you may have an Illinois workers compensation claim as well as a personal injury claim.