If you’ve been injured as the result of somebody else’s actions, you may deserve compensation. To learn about the legal theories which enforce this basic concept of justice, visit these websites.
- Most automobile accident lawsuits are founded on the legal concept of negligence. To learn exactly what negligence is, read this article from Inc.com.
- What causes car accidents? SmartMotorist.com has the facts—a combination of driver negligence, poor road design, insufficient maintenance, and automotive defects.
- If the local, state, or federal government is the defendant in your lawsuit, it may be protected by sovereign immunity. To learn how this doctrine shields governments from liability, visit the Cornell Legal Information Institute.
- Train accidents are more common than you might think. This 2008 CTA derailment injured 14.
- Some public transportation accidents aren’t caused by the trains themselves. A semi stuck on a railroad crossing injured 10 in this Amtrak collision.
Have you been injured in an accident in Chicago? Contact McCready, Garcia, and Leet, P.C. at (773) 779-9885 to speak with a personal injury lawyer about your situation.