In the blink of an eye, your life – or the life of a loved one – can change. It is likely that you or a family member will be involved in an accident at some point during your life.
As of September 13, 2016, there have been 750 traffic fatalities in Illinois just this year. That is 66 more deaths than last year. Hundreds of less serious accidents occur across the state on a daily basis.
Recovering losses after a serious accident
There is no denying the obvious tragedy of a serious accident. Even less serious accidents can have negative long-term effects. Worry, pain and suffering, lost wages, medical bills and a multitude of other concerns can be overwhelming. Fortunately, accident victims and families do not need to face these difficult tasks on their own. If an accident is caused by the negligent actions of another, losses may be recoverable.
Get help with your recovery
Navigating the Illinois legal system, understanding the legal jargon and finding the time to accomplish the required tasks demanded by the litigation process can be daunting. The process of seeking justice and obtaining compensation doesn’t need to (and shouldn’t) be carried solely by the victims and the victims’ families.
A skilled personal injury attorney from the law firm of Bonifield & Rosenstengel, P.C., can handle the details of your or your loved one’s motor vehicle accident claim. This will allow you and your family to devote the time and energy needed for recovery.
Unfortunately, justice and financial recoveries can be hard to obtain. Insurance companies are often not the side of the victims – although they may try to appear that they are. The longer it takes to start the litigation process the longer it takes to obtain a resolution. Failing to take action within a legally specified period of time in Illinois may make it impossible for a victim to recover financially.
Get help today, and get back on the road to recovery with the guidance, empathy and professionalism afforded by experienced and proven attorneys. The battle does not need to be fought alone.