Chicagoland Personal Injury Attorneys


Perhaps you have been involved in some type of accident that left you with injuries. Those injuries could be relatively minor, more serious, or quite severe, leaving you facing years of rehabilitative therapy or even a permanent disability. The attorneys at LT Law Office work hard for our clients, with a goal of ensuring they receive equitable compensation for the negligence or willful misconduct of another person or company. Hundreds of thousands of Americans suffer injuries as the result of slip and falls, workplace accidents, car accidents, commercial truck or motorcycle accidents, or construction site accidents.

The average person is unfamiliar with the legal system, as well as unprepared for the amount of paperwork necessary when a personal injury lawsuit is filed. Evidence must be gathered, insurance companies dealt with, and statutes of limitations considered. All of this, while you are doing your best to recover from your injuries and get back to your everyday life. Dealing with a personal injury lawsuit can feel truly overwhelming. The Chicagoland personal injury lawyers at LT Law Office want to remove this burden from your shoulders, handling your personal injury case with empathy, experience and knowledge of Illinois personal injury law.

Skilled Illinois Personal Injury Lawyers

To collect the compensation you deserve after your Illinois accident, you must show that you suffered an injury from the accident and that someone else’s negligence was responsible for those injuries. Negligence is failing to exercise the same care a reasonable person would have exercised under the same circumstances. Some instances of negligence would include running a stop sign, driving while distracted, driving too fast for the road conditions, or texting while driving. The state of Illinois operates under modified comparative fault in personal injury cases, meaning the plaintiff’s portion of fault will affect the final recovery amount. A plaintiff who is more than 50 percent responsible for the accident will not be able to recover compensation from the other party.

How Illinois Personal Injury Laws Could Affect Your Future


No matter what type of accident you experienced and the extent of your injuries, your case stands a much better chance of a positive outcome if you can assist your Illinois personal injury attorney in key ways. You can help preserve the evidence resulting from your accident by doing the following:

  • If you are able, following your accident, take the time to write down all the details you can remember regarding how you were injured. If you were injured in an auto accident, make a note of the weather conditions and the level of traffic as well as exactly what happened. These details can be crucial later on.

  • If there were witnesses to your accident, see if you can gather contact information in case your attorney needs to speak to them later. If you are too badly hurt, ask a friend or family member to take care of some of these details when possible.

  • If you have a cell phone with a camera, snap a few photos of the area where the accident occurred. A picture really is worth a thousand words.

  • Always report your accident to the proper authorities promptly.

  • Refrain from making statements to anyone until you have had the opportunity to speak to a personal injury attorney.


Experienced Attorneys Getting Injured Clients the Compensation They Deserve


If you are the victim of a personal injury, you may be entitled to medical expenses (past, current and future), lost wages, future lost wages, property damage compensation, compensation for disfigurement or disability associated with your accident, pain and suffering compensation, and compensation for loss of consortium. Our Chicagoland personal injury attorneys understand what a difficult time this is for you and we want to help. Contact us today at 630-225-8255.

Experienced Injury Lawyers in Cook, Kane, Kendall, and Will Counties