Overview of a Personal Injury Case

The civil laws governing the rights of victims injured, whether negligently or intentionally, at the hands of another are complex. Actions for compensation usually have restrictive time frames for asserting a claim and may be limited in the types of damages that may be sought. The law firm of Katz, Friedman, Eagle, Eisenstein & Johnson provides this quick reference guide to give our clients and friends a brief overview of what to expect in pursuing a claim for injuries in Illinois. This is not a comprehensive review of all the rights or limitations available. It should not substitute for the direct advice and

consultation of an attorney. The best way to ensure that your rights are protected is through a prompt legal consultation with an attorney who concentrates their practice in this area of the law. Our initial consultations are free of charge and are always confidential. contact us.

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