Were you recently injured in a car crash in Chicago? Was your child injured after sustaining a dog bite injury? Did someone you love get hurt in a slip and fall accident? These are all examples of the types of accidents and injuries that can result in successful personal injury lawsuits. Personal injury law is a broad area that encompasses many different types of accidents and injuries, from motor vehicle collisions to medical malpractice. Personal injury law recognizes that an injury victim should be eligible to receive compensation after getting hurt as a result of another party’s negligence or careless behavior.
At Arami Law, we handle many different types of personal injury cases for clients throughout the Chicago area, and a Chicago personal injury lawyer at our firm can speak with you today about your case.
At Arami Law, we handle many different types of personal injury cases, including but not limited to the following:
Depending upon the nature of the accident and the type of injuries you sustained, you may be eligible to receive financial compensation for your losses. Financial compensation can include both economic damages (compensation for financial losses like hospital bills, follow-up visits to the doctor’s office, and lost wages as a result of your inability to work), and non-economic damages (compensation for losses that are not of a financial nature, such as pain and suffering or the loss of enjoyment of life as a result of the injuries).
How long do you have to file your Chicago personal injury lawsuit? The time window on personal injury claims is known as the statute of limitations. The statute of limitations specifies the precise amount of time you have to file a lawsuit. In most cases, the statute of limitations begins “running” on the date you sustained the injury.
Under Illinois law (735 ILCS 5/13-202), the statute of limitations for most personal injury cases is two years from the date the injury was sustained. In other words, you must file your lawsuit within two years from that date, or else you are barred from filing your claim and obtaining compensation. While you might think two years is a long time, this amount of time can go quickly. In addition, it is typically easiest to gather helpful evidence in your case as soon as possible after your injury. As such, you should speak with a Chicago personal injury lawyer as soon as you can.
Were you recently injured in an accident as a result of another person’s negligent or careless actions? You may be able to file a claim for financial compensation. An experienced Chicago personal injury attorney can help with your case. Contact Arami Law to learn more about the services we provide to clients in Chicago, Illinois.
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