There are laws in place for the protection of victims of personal injury. The laws covering personal injury allow an injured person, and sometimes family members, to receive compensation for damages caused by someone else’s carelessness, negligence, recklessness, or intentional actions. Some of the most common types of personal injury cases result from automobile accidents, slip and fall, defective products, dog bites, assault and battery, medical malpractice, dram shop, and work related injuries.
Workers’ compensation allows injured workers to receive compensation for medical bills, lost wages, and disabilities caused by injuries that happened while on the job or in the course of performing their work duties, regardless of whose fault the injury was.
Automobile accidents are the most common cause of personal injury claims, and whether you were the driver or passenger in a car accident, or if you are a pedestrian who was involved in a car accident, you could be entitled to compensation for pain, suffering and injury caused by an accident that was not your fault.
If a medical professional or institution made a mistake that left you with a life-changing injury or cost a loved one’s life, you need a medical malpractice attorney with experience in handling these complicated cases.
No amount of brain damage is acceptable to head injury survivors and their families. Even so-called “mild” brain damage can turn lives upside down, cause problems with memory and brain function, and can result in loss of employment and severe financial hardship.
The tragedy of a wrongful death case can be overwhelming. Collison, Ltd. has assembled a team of skilled and compassionate wrongful death lawyers and experts to assist you and guide you through the complex maze of issues with the greatest degree of wisdom and compassion that arise under any wrongful death scenario.
Premises liability is an area of law which deals with injuries that occur on another person’s property due to some type of dangerous condition. In Illinois, the property owner may be liable to the injured person if they were negligent in maintaining the property or warning visitors against possible dangers.
angerous condition. In Illinois, the property owner may be liable to the injured person if they were negligent in maintaining the property or warning visitors against possible dangers.
When you sustain injuries which are due, even in part, to the involvement of alcohol, you may have a dram shop liability claim. In Illinois, liquor liability laws (dram shop laws) may hold alcohol servers/bars responsible for harm that intoxicated or underage patrons cause to other people or, in some cases, to themselves, after they are involved in a bar fight or they drink and drive and cause accidents. Collison, Ltd. represents victims in Dram Shop actions against bars, nightclubs, restaurants, and grocery/convenient stores for injuries and damages caused by patrons where alcohol was a contributing factor.
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About Collison LTD.
Collison Law Offices is dedicated to serving seriously injured clients throughout Illinois and the Chicagoland area, including Cook, DuPage, Lake, Will and Kane counties, as well as Champaign, Ford, Iorquois, Kankankee, and Vermilion counties.
Representing victims of personal injury, wrongful death, workplace and catastrophic injuries. We also provide start to finish assistance for those seeking or who have previously denied social security disability benefits.
134 N. LaSalle Suite 1200 Chicago, IL 60602
Phone: (312) 906-7644 Fax: (312) 778-7500