When you are injured in an accident due to someone else’s negligence or intentional act, it can be frustrating to figure out what happens next. Most people are not used to dealing with an insurance company, auto repair shops, medical billing officers, and even attorneys. This is why you should consider retaining a Rockford personal injury attorney to help. Your attorney can assist you with a number of legal issues, including car accident claims, nursing home abuse of a loved one, dog bites, defective products, and more.
The team of Illinois personal injury attorneys at Brassfield, Krueger & Ramlow, Ltd. have nearly eight decades of experience representing clients in the state. We are ready to handle your Rockford personal injury case and stand up to the at-fault parties’ insurance companies, their attorneys, and whoever else is involved in the case. Sometimes, this means your case will require going to trial against a large corporation. Do not worry; we have taken on some of the biggest corporations with favorable results for our clients.
In many cases, the best settlements or jury awards can be credited to the legal team handling your case. If you retain an attorney who does not give your case the attention it deserves, your settlement will reflect that. You need, and you deserve, an attorney who will treat your case like it is the only file on their desk. Thorough investigation and attention to detail are key. We leave no stone unturned when it comes to investigating our clients’ cases.
We have been successful in a wide variety of Illinois personal injury claims for our clients. We have been able to prove the other party was liable by launching a completely independent investigation and gathering the necessary evidence to show that the other party was at fault.
Personal injury cases encompass a wide variety of incidents. Some of the more common types of Rockford personal injury matters we handle include:
If you believe you have an Illinois personal injury claim, contact Brassfield, Krueger & Ramlow, Ltd. today to schedule an initial consultation.
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