Skillful Representation For Auto Accident Victims Throughout Chicagoland
Every day, people are injured or killed in accidents involving cars, trucks, bicycles, motorcycles and trains. Whether you are a driver, passenger, bicyclist or pedestrian, the injuries sustained in a motor vehicle collision can be serious or even catastrophic. Sadly, too many vehicle collisions result in the wrongful death of an innocent driver, passenger, bicyclist or pedestrian who is obeying the rules of the road.
How Motor Vehicle Crashes Happen
Motor vehicle collisions involving automobiles, trucks and motorcycles can happen for a variety of reasons, including negligent drivers who don’t follow the proper speed limit, are distracted by texting or talking on a cellphone, run through red lights, turn directly in front of oncoming cars, open doors into the path of a bicyclist and follow vehicles too closely. Physical or visual obstacles in the road from roadway construction and dangerous intersections can also cause accidents. Due to the weight of the vehicles and speeds involved, these collisions can result in major injuries and, sadly, death.
How We Help After A Serious Collision
After a motor vehicle accident, it is crucial to take specific steps to protect the rights of those injured or killed to ensure that there is a maximum recovery for medical bills, pain and suffering, disability and disfigurement, lost wages, and, if applicable, loss of life. Throughout his career, Jeffrey E. Martin has obtained recoveries in all types of motor vehicle collisions including car and truck accidents, head-on collisions, rear-end collisions, accidents with government vehicles and motor vehicle/pedestrian accidents.
Our firm features extensive knowledge in motor vehicle accident claims, and we are happy to provide the information you need.
Protect Your Rights. Call Us Today.
If you or anyone you know is involved in a motor vehicle accident, please contact Martin Law, LLC, for a free consultation. We urge you to act early in order to avoid missing the deadline, or statute of limitations, for seeking a full and fair recovery. Call 847-956-0000 to reach our Arlington Heights office.