Tuesday, December 22, 2015

Resolution of a Case That Highlights Car Door Danger

"Your client has a duty to pay attention to where she is going."  That was the response we received from an insurance company after its driver doored a woman whom we represented as she rode her bicycle on a residential road in Chicago last summer. The 39 year old business owner, wife and mom sustained serious injuries, racking up more than $37,000 in medical bills.  Upon receiving a dismissive letter from the driver's insurer, GEICO, we filed a lawsuit.  The case recently settled for . . . [Read more]

Hit & Run Driver Leaves License Plate Behind, Pays In the End

Here's a tip for any would-be hit and run drivers out there:  Make sure you do not leave your vehicle's license plate at the scene before you flee.  We will find you.

That's what happened after a husband and wife struck a Chicago bicyclist at the intersection of North Franklin Street and West Hubbard Street.  Recently, we made them pay, resolving the case for more than eleven times the amount of our client's medical bills.  It is very unusual for an Illinois personal injury case to . . . [Read more]

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