You Had The Right To The Road And You Have The Right To Compensation
Motorists often seem to forget that pedestrians and bicyclists have the right to share the road. As a result, cars, trucks and other motor vehicles often contribute to devastating accidents involving innocent people walking or cycling.
If you are a pedestrian or cyclist who suffered an injury due to a negligent driver, you deserve the compassionate legal help of Polansky & Cichon, Chtd. Our team of personal injury attorneys has more than 100 years of combined experience serving the people of Chicago and the surrounding communities.
Why Hire An Attorney?
Many people, including drivers, law enforcement officers, judges, insurance agents and jurors automatically place the blame for an auto accident on the person who was walking or cycling, even if they have no fault at all. It is crucial that you have counsel that can develop a thorough and persuasive case to level the playing field. We regularly work with forensic reconstructionists to examine the crash site for potential evidence. We also know how to gather medical documentation to demonstrate the severity of your injuries and quantify the dollar amount of your damages.
Here To Help With The Wrongful Death Claim
Cars and trucks have steel frames weighing hundreds of pounds to protect them; people walking and riding bikes do not. The devastating injuries caused by motor vehicles result in death for pedestrians and cyclists all too frequently. If you lost someone you love in an auto accident, our caring team can advocate for and guide you throughout the duration of your wrongful death claim.
Learn More About Your Rights In A Free Consultation
When you need lawyers to advocate for rights after a severe injury, Polansky & Cichon, Chtd., has the experience and strength to help. We work on a contingency fee basis, meaning you do not owe us any fees unless we recover compensation for you. Call us toll-free at 312-815-6018, call us locally at 312-815-6018 or send us an email to set up a free, no-obligation initial consultation.