Car Accident Injuries

Oak Brook Car Accident Lawyers

When your life is shattered by a car accident, it helps to know that you have a trusted resource who will work diligently to recover every piece. The New Lenox, Illinois law firm of Marshall W. Conick, Attorney at Law will stand by your side, providing reputable service that is results-driven and client-focused. For over 15 years Attorney Marshall Conick has represented clients in social security disability, personal injuryand insurance cases and is committed to protecting the rights of the disabled and injured.

The Impact of a Car Accident

The moment of impact in a car accident is just the beginning of a long process to set things right again. Unfortunately, some things will never be the same, but our firm was founded to protect the rights of injured victims and minimize the impact of an often complex process. The Illinois Vehicle Code outlines the actions to be taken in an accident. When you experience a car accident, it is important to handle the following actions as soon as possible:

  • Address your medical needs immediately. Do not refuse treatment or waive your right to a physical examination by a medical professional.
  • Contact the New Lenox, Illinois law firm of Marshall W. Conick, Attorney at Law as soon as possible. Your attorney can start the claim process right away.
  • Report the accident to the proper authorities.
  • Be sure to get the insurance information of the other party, if applicable.
  • Keep track of information such as police reports, evidence of absence at work, medical reports, and eyewitness accounts.

When initiating a claim, be guarded about the statements you make to insurance company representatives. Do not sign or agree to anything before you consult with your attorney. If you are concerned about contacting insurance companies, your attorney can take the lead and help you through the process. Remember, insurance companies are not in business to look out for your best interests. Involve Attorney Marshall Conick as soon as possible.

Protecting the Rights of Clients in DuPage County

We protect the rights of clients who experience many different types of car accidents. We handle claims for accidents that result in injury or death due to:

  • Distracted driving
  • Driving Under the Influence (DUI)
  • Side swipe or T-bone collision
  • Rear end collision
  • Head on collision
  • Speeding/reckless driving

Car accidents can cause an array of injuries with temporary or permanent damage. From brain injuries to sprained ankles, the need for care and treatment varies from case to case. We have a successful track record of obtaining fair compensation for our clients and we look forward to sharing our results with you, personally. From aggressive litigation to skilled negotiation, Attorney Marshall Conick will adjust his response to the needs of your specific claim and act quickly to secure a winning solution for your personal injury matter.

Contact Us Today

If you or someone you know who has been injured in a car accident, contact the New Lenox, Illinois law firm of Marshall W. Conick, Attorney at Law today. We offer free initial consultations and are available for evening and weekend appointments to accommodate your schedule. We charge no fee until we win your case. We serve clients throughout the Chicago metropolitan area including Oak Lawn, Worth, Orland Park, Chicago Ridge, Homewood, Flossmoor, Palos, Joliet, Oak Brook, Tinley Park, New Lenox, Bolingbrook, Romeoville, Lockport and Plainfield Illinois.

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