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Personal injury cases often require battling insurance companies, large businesses, or aggressive lawyers. Orland Park accident victims do not have to face them alone.

One of our personal injury lawyers from The Kryder Law Group, LLC can be your spokesperson, negotiator, and defender. We offer free initial consultations to help you determine your legal options.

What can You expect to Receive in Damages?

While personal injury is an umbrella term for several accident types, these cases may result in compensation for:

  • Medical expenses
  • Lost wages
  • Non-economic damages

You have a right to pursue compensation if someone’s negligence caused your injuries. If they failed to act in a reasonable way that would have prevented you from getting hurt, they may be liable for your losses. Damages may reimburse you not only for your current losses but also for your future accident-related losses.

Medical Expenses

The Department of Health and Human Services estimates that a broken leg alone can cost $7,500, while the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) estimates that a car crash-related emergency department visit can reach $3,300. Furthermore, the cost of a longer hospital stay can soar into the tens of thousands of dollars.

Your medical damages cover what you already paid and the expenses you will face in the future. Eligible expenses include:

  • Emergency care
  • Hospitalization
  • Diagnostic tests
  • Specialist consultations
  • Rehabilitation
  • Therapy and counseling
  • Medical equipment
  • Prescription medication

Even alternative treatments, like chiropractic care, massage therapy, and acupuncture, could be covered.

Lost Wages

After an accident, you may be wondering how many days you can afford to miss work while recovering. Damages for lost wages can relieve these worries. We pursue compensation to cover:

  • Lost wages while you were recovering from your injuries
  • Diminished earning capacity if your injuries will keep you from returning to work
  • Disability

If your injury left you disabled, we can figure that into our calculations. Our team can even consult actuaries and economists to project the money you would have made if you hadn’t been injured. We can examine how this injury has affected every aspect of your career and fight for corresponding damages.

Non-Economic Damages

Settlements from personal injury claims or lawsuits may acknowledge what you experienced in the form of non-economic damages. This is compensation for the intangible results of your accident, including the effects on your life, emotions, and relationships. Examples include:

  • Pain and suffering
  • Emotional distress
  • Reduced quality of life
  • Loss of consortium

Non-economic compensation is based on each individual’s experience, so the amount you may receive in this area will be tailored to you. If your injury prevents you from engaging in the activities you once enjoyed, compensation may apply. Mental health issues like PTSD, anxiety, or depression could warrant emotional distress damages.

Talk to us about what you experienced so that we can have the full picture of your accident consequences.

For a free legal consultation with a personal injury lawyer serving Orland Park, call (312) 223-1700

What can we do to help You Build a Strong Case?

The personal injury lawyers at The Kryder Law Group, LLC can handle your Orland Park case on multiple fronts.

Communicating with Liable Parties

Whether you’re dealing with an insurance claim or want to pursue a lawsuit, one of the first ways we help you is by communicating with the liable parties and other individuals. We can talk to:

  • Adjusters
  • Attorneys
  • Police
  • Doctors
  • Experts
  • Witnesses

We also handle your case’s everyday logistics.

Gathering Evidence

Since personal injury requires proving negligence, we can compile evidence, such as:

  • Photos
  • Videos
  • Phone records
  • Police reports
  • Medical records
  • Background info

Navigating Your Legal Options

We also perform any other duties related to your case so you don’t have to. Hiring a personal injury lawyer may then lift the burden of the legal process off your shoulders and bring you peace of mind. To that end, we can:

  • Explain legal terminology
  • Study contracts and waivers
  • Assign a value to your case
  • Identify possible negligent parties
  • Reconstruct and analyze your accident
  • Review settlement offers
  • Advise when to file a lawsuit

We do everything possible for our clients, including offering a free consultation to get started. Contact us to ask questions, voice concerns, or gather information. We work for you, so interview us!

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Our Results and Recoveries

Although each case has its unique needs, we are proud of the amounts we have recovered for our clients in personal injury. Some notable examples:

  • $2.2 million, automobile collision
  • $1.4 million, slip and fall
  • $1 million, fire injury
  • $500,000, pedestrian accident
  • $500,000, motor vehicle collision
  • $300,000, bicycle accident
  • $175,000, fireworks injury

What’s more, we have been recognized as being among the top 10 for personal injury attorneys by Attorney and Practice Magazine and the top 100 for National Trial Lawyers. Additionally, we are lifetime members of the Best Law Firms of America.

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Types of Cases We Handle

Personal injury comprises several types of accidents. Get in touch with us if you suffered an injury in any of the following accidents:

  • Motor vehicle
  • Truck
  • Motorcycle
  • Bicycle
  • Pedestrian
  • Train
  • Bus
  • Slip and fall
  • Construction

Even if you don’t see your accident listed but were injured due to negligence, get in touch with us. For example, one of our past cases involved a child injured by fireworks at a Fourth of July party. Any injury caused by negligence could be eligible for compensation.

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Your deadline to File a Lawsuit in Illinois

In Illinois, you typically have two years from the date of the accident to file your personal injury lawsuit, per 735 ILCS 5/13-202. However, some aspects can shorten that timeframe, and our team can help you learn about your exact window for filing.

If you miss the filing deadline, you will lose your right to take a liable party to court and pursue a court-awarded settlement. Do not let a negligent driver, property owner, or other party get away with causing your injuries. Let us fight for your rights.

Call the Attorneys at The Kryder Law Group, LLC today

If you were injured in Orland Park due to someone’s negligence, whether on the road, in a store, or at someone’s house, call The Kryder Law Group, LLC to receive your free consultation.

Call or text (312) 223-1700 or complete a Free Case Evaluation form