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South Side of Chicago Personal Injury Attorney

Oak Lawn medical negligence and police brutality lawyer

Lawyer for Car Accidents, Nursing Home Negligence, and Medical Malpractice in Hyde Park and Cook County

A serious injury can change your life in an instant, and it can not only lead to physical pain and emotional trauma, but it can impact your finances, causing you to struggle to support yourself and your family. If your injury was caused by someone else, either accidentally or intentionally, you will want to understand your legal options for holding this person responsible and pursuing financial compensation that addresses your damages.

At Kadzai Law Group, LLC, we know the difficulties that many victims experience in the aftermath of an injury, and we are dedicated to helping our clients receive the compensation they need. With over 10 years of legal experience, Attorney David Kadzai can help you gather the necessary evidence to demonstrate liability for your injury, and he will work to help you achieve justice in your case.

Personal Injury Cases on Chicago's South Side

When a person, company, or organization is responsible for injuries that you or a member of your family have suffered, you can seek compensation for your damages. These damages may include the costs of medical treatment, past and future income you have lost due to disability, and physical or emotional pain and suffering. Some types of cases in which you can pursue a personal injury lawsuit include:

  • Motor vehicle accidents - Car accidents can result in significant physical injuries, as well as costly property damage. Victims of truck accidents, bike and pedestrian accidents, or public transit injuries may also be seriously injured, and in these cases, multiple drivers or their employers may be liable for a person's damages.
  • Medical malpractice - Mistakes by doctors, nurses, or other medical personnel can seriously harm patients. A victim may be able to pursue compensation for multiple forms of negligence, including misdiagnosis, surgical errors, birth injuries, or medication errors.
  • Premises liability - A property owner may be responsible if a person who was legally allowed to be on the property was injured because hazards were not addressed or because proper warnings were not provided about dangerous conditions. Victims may be able to pursue compensation for injuries caused by slip and falls, negligent security, dog bites, or inadequate maintenance of a property.
  • Nursing home abuse and neglect - Negligence on the part of nursing home staff can result in many types of serious injuries to residents, including falls, bedsores, malnutrition, dehydration, and infections. These injuries may occur because staff members fail to provide the proper care, or physical, verbal, or sexual abuse may be intentionally inflicted on a patient.
  • Assault and battery - A person who intentionally harms someone may be held liable for the injuries and damages suffered by a victim. In some cases, including those involving bar fights, victims may be able to hold a bar or nightclub responsible for the failure to prevent their injury.
  • Police brutality - Police officers may use excessive force when detaining or arresting a suspect, or they may commit civil rights violations that result in false arrests, false imprisonment, or other forms of harm.
  • Wrongful death - The family members of a person who was killed due to someone's negligence or intentional actions may be able to hold that person responsible for the harm done to their family. In addition to receiving compensation for expenses such as medical treatment and loss of income earned by the deceased, family members may be able to pursue damages for funeral and burial costs, loss of companionship, and grief and sorrow.

When pursuing a personal injury lawsuit, you will want to understand how to determine what your case is worth. Our experienced attorney can ensure that you consider all relevant factors as you address the ways the injury has caused physical, emotional, and financial harm to your family.

Contact a Hyde Park Personal Injury Lawyer

To learn more about how Attorney David Kadzai can assist you in pursuing compensation for the injuries you have suffered, contact our office at 312-229-0050. We offer free consultations, and we will not charge any fees unless we win your case. We assist with personal injury cases throughout Cook County and South Chicago, including Calumet City, Calumet Heights, Harvey, Burbank, Robbins, Evergreen Park, Jackson Park, Hyde Park, Bedford Park, Dolton, Dixmoor, Oak Lawn, Burnham, Merrionette Park, and Riverdale.

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