Posts Categorized: Wrongful Death Lawyer

What Are The Chances Of Winning A Wrongful Death Lawsuit In Illinois?

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The CDC tells us there were at least 200,000 accidental deaths in 2020. There also were 1,194 fatal Illinois car accidents in 2020. Some of these fatalities were single-person accidents, but another person’s negligence caused some. Losing your loved one is a devastating loss that will reverberate for years in your life, and nothing can… Read more »

Wrongful Death: The Difference Between Criminal and Civil Cases

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When a person wrongfully dies due the actions of another, surviving family members may automatically think that the death constitutes a murder. Further, they may have questions about filing criminal charges as a result. While a wrongful death charge may result in both criminal and civil penalties, the two types of cases are very different…. Read more »

The Key Elements of Filing a Wrongful Death Claim in Illinois

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If you have lost a parent, spouse, child, or close relative because of someone else’s carelessness or a violent act, you can file a wrongful death claim and get financial compensation. Individuals including parents, children, and spouses are qualified to file the claim, and some states like Illinois, consider grandparents, siblings, and other legal dependents… Read more »

Shocking Statistics about Pedestrian Injury and Death

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Walking, it is great for everyone to stay in shape and has many health benefits. But the problem is that walking on the roads and streets leaves pedestrians extremely vulnerable and at risk of accidents. Pedestrian deaths and fatal injuries have been on the rise across the country. A recent report by the Governors Highway… Read more »

Why You Shouldn’t Post Anything on Social Media During a Wrongful Death Case

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One of the things that people today are fond of doing is sharing their every life experience, be it an achievement, a general activity, or a tragedy, on social media. Even if their loved one has died a wrongful death, they express their grievances and sorrows by updating status and posting pictures for the world… Read more »