Working With Injury Victims Throughout
Illinois, Indiana, Michigan And Ohio

Aggressively Protecting Injury Victims’ Rights

After suffering a catastrophic injury, insurance companies and the perpetrator often try to take advantage of victims. They may try to avoid culpability or offer you a settlement that is much less than what you deserve. It is crucial that you have the counsel of Dunn Harrington Trial Lawyers to uphold your rights.

From our primary office location in Chicago, we represent victims throughout Illinois and in Indiana, Michigan and Ohio. We advocate for the rights of injury victims and the family members of those killed in accidents involving negligence. Our team of attorneys has experience handling complex claims involving:

In the past, we have taken on some of the nation’s most powerful corporate entities on behalf of our clients. We have recovered more than $500 million in settlements or awards for our clients, including for cases involving catastrophic injuries from car crashes, aviation disasters, defective products and much more. When you need lawyers who will fight for you aggressively, we are ready to assist you.

Helping Families Throughout The Midwest With Wrongful Death Claims

Every state has different laws regarding wrongful death. If you lost your loved one in a tragic accident, you should have attorneys who understand the many details that vary from state to state. For example, Illinois, Indiana and Ohio all have a two-year statute of limitations for wrongful death lawsuits, but Michigan has a three-year statute of limitations. Our knowledgeable team will do everything in its power to recover the compensation you deserve following your loved one’s tragic passing.

Frequently Asked Questions We Hear

Personal injury claims can quickly become overwhelming, especially when you are focused on recovering both physically and emotionally from your accident. Our experienced lawyers are here to answer your questions and discuss your case. In the meantime, we have offered answers to frequently asked questions we hear below.

What compensation might I be entitled to after suffering a serious injury?

Compensation in a personal injury case typically falls into two categories: economic and noneconomic damages. Economic damages cover actual financial losses, such as medical expenses and lost income. Noneconomic damages refer to damages such as pain and suffering, mental anguish and loss of enjoyment of life. Based on the facts of your case, we can help you determine which damages to pursue.

How much is my case worth?

The value of each case depends on the specifics of your case itself and your injuries. However, it is important to understand that insurance companies will often try to settle early for far less than the full compensation to which you may be entitled. We can help you determine how much your case is worth, what types of damages you may be entitled to and how to proceed to obtain that compensation.

Will I need to go to trial?

While settlements in personal injury cases are common and sometimes preferred, this is not always the best option for you. Our attorneys have obtained both successful verdicts in trial and settlements out of court. We will do everything we can to follow your wishes and help you achieve the most favorable outcome possible. If your case does need to go to trial, you can trust in our attorneys’ litigation knowledge and experience going up against big names in high-profile cases.

Who can file a lawsuit after losing a loved one?

Each state has unique laws regarding wrongful death lawsuits and who can file them on behalf of the deceased. In Illinois, Indiana, Michigan and Ohio, the appointed personal representative of the deceased person’s estate can file a wrongful death lawsuit. The court will choose someone to manage the estate if the deceased did not appoint someone through a will. Only certain family members or individuals eligible to inherit the estate can recover monetary damages from a wrongful death lawsuit.

Get Our Legal Help Today – Free Consultations

With experience, knowledge and skill, we are ready to advocate tenaciously for your right to compensation following a severe injury or wrongful death. We work on a contingency fee basis, so you owe us nothing unless we recover compensation for you. To request your free initial consultation, please call 872-282-4603 or send us an email. We have office locations in Chicago, Indianapolis and Columbus.