The reckless and negligent actions of other drivers on the road can put you at risk for serious and potentially life-threatening car accident injuries. At Sabuco, Beck, Hansen & Massino, P.C., we represent crash victims when these accidents occur. With more than 125 years of combined experience, our Morris car accident attorneys can advise you on how to get the compensation you need to recover.
According to the Illinois Department of Transportation (DOT), close to 2,000 vehicles are involved in car accidents in Morris and throughout Grundy County each year. These accidents result in serious injuries for nearly 3,000 drivers and their passengers. Even an otherwise minor collision can leave you requiring ongoing medical care while preventing you from working and providing for yourself and your family.
It is often the reckless actions of others that are responsible for your accident. At Sabuco, Beck, Hansen & Massino, P.C., our Morris car accident attorneys can help hold these drivers accountable for the following types of dangerous driving behaviors:
When a car accident occurs, you may be entitled to compensation in an insurance claim. Unfortunately, these companies have a reputation for either denying or undervaluing claims. At Sabuco, Beck, Hansen & Massino, P.C., we can negotiate on your behalf with insurers. If an appropriate settlement cannot be reached, our Morris car accident attorneys can advise you on your rights in filing a lawsuit.
Under the Illinois Statutes, drivers can be held legally liable in court when their actions cause car accidents and injuries to occur. Damages you may be entitled to in a claim include:
At Sabuco, Beck, Hansen & Massino, P.C., we focus on getting you compensation for your injuries while you focus on your recovery. To discuss how we can help you in filing a claim, contact our Morris car accident attorneys and request a consultation today.
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