McKinley Park
Personal Injury

Premier Personal Injury Attorneys
Established McKinley Park Personal Injury Attorneys

The McKinley Park community of Chicago is home to a great many of our current and former clients. Some contact us after an auto accident on I-55, Ashland Avenue, 35th Street or Pershing Road, among other local thoroughfares. Others contact our McKinley Park personal injury attorneys with concern of the treatment of their loved one in a nursing home, or after suffering a slip and fall accident at a local business.

Whatever the cause or nature of your injury, the attorneys at Malman Law stand ready to fight so that you can obtain the justice you deserve. You might be entitled to compensation even if the accident was partly your fault. In any case, it is generally not a good idea to face an insurance company adjuster or corporate counsel without the aid of a seasoned legal advisor. Ensure you have a highly knowledgeable and experienced McKinley Park personal injury attorney by your side.

Turning Your Claim Into Cash

Justice is not automatic, and unfortunately, it  is not dispensed out of a vending machine – it must be fought for strategically. Most personal injury victims end up with far less than they deserve because they fail to retain adequate representation, and because they do not know how much their claim is actually worth.

As a personal injury victim, you could be entitled to far more than simple reimbursement of your medical bills. Depending on the facts of your case, you might be entitled to:

  • Lost earnings
  • Incidental expenses
  • Future medical expenses
  • Pain and suffering
  • Mental anguish
  • Other expenses and losses that arise directly out of your injury

Types of Claims We Handle

Following are some examples of the types of claims our experienced Chicago personal injury law firm handles:

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205 W. Randolph St., #1700,
Chicago, IL 60606

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