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:
- Car accidents
- Trucking accidents
- Aviation accidents
- Railroad accidents
- Product liability
- Medical malpractice
In the past, we have taken on some of the nation’s most powerful corporate entities on our clients’ behalf. We have recovered more than $500 million in settlements for awards for our clients. 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.
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.