Car Accident Lawyer Chicago

You need an experienced personal injury lawyer protecting your interests when you have been injured in a car accident, trucking accident, motorcycle accident, or automobile accident. Our Chicago car accident attorneys are available for in-home consults for Chicagoland Suburbs and in-facility consults are possible if you are unable to travel.

The Law Office of Andrew S. Kryder has successfully handled hundreds of motor vehicle collision cases. In every accident situation, it is important to move quickly in order to protect your rights and preserve evidence that may be lost with the passage of time. If you have suffered an injury in a car accident, call the Law Office of Andrew S. Kryder or click here to complete our simple questionnaire.

Our car accident attorneys are ready to help you

Depending on the specific facts of your case, you may be entitled to recover benefits for lost wages, medical bills, future medical bills, and pain and suffering.

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According to recent statistics, over 6 million automobile collisions occur each year. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration estimates that nearly 3 million people involved in automobile accidents suffer some form of injury. In addition, it is estimated that half a million trucking collisions occur every year, leading to approximately 5,000 fatalities.

The Law Office of Andrew S. Kryder in Chicago has succeeded in resolving many car accident cases that other law firms have generally found challenging to prove. Our highly experienced Chicago car accident lawyers and personal injury lawyers are here to fight for your rights as an injured person, and we will do everything to make sure that the liable party’s insurance company pays you the maximum compensation for injuries incurred during an accident.

Free Personal Injury Case Evaluation

We are available for in-home consultations if you cannot travel. If you’ve been injured, don’t wait. Request a Free Case Evaluation today or call us at (312) 437-1701.

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