Illinois car crash lawyers from Abels & Annes, working in conjunction with the Elman law group, have filed a lawsuit in the Circuit Court of Cook County stemming from an accident that occurred back on April 14, 2009. The accident occurred at the intersection of Division Street and Leamington in Chicago, Illinois around 10 PM.
At that time, the plaintiff was driving a 2005 Mercury Sable eastbound on Division Street. As he was passing by Leamington, the defendant failed to yield coming out of a stop sign and caused a collision in the intersection. The plaintiff had no stop sign, and therefore had the right-of-way.
Our driver sustained low back and left knee injuries in the accident. He was seen shortly after Rush Oak Park Hospital.
Over the next several days the plaintiff’s pain only increased. He sought follow-up treatment with a physician in Chicago. The doctor prescribed a course of physical therapy that our client attended over the next several months.
A lawsuit was filed in this matter to maximize the value of the case on behalf of our client.
If you’ve been injured in a Chicago auto accident, contact the Illinois personal injury attorneys at Abels & Annes for a free consultation. There is no attorney’s fee unless a recovery is made on your behalf. Call 312-924-7575 to speak directly to a lawyer now.