Personal Injury

Springfield, Illinois Personal Injury Attorneys
If you have been involved in an accident resulting in personal injuries, contact the law firm of Sgro Law. Our experienced Illinois personal injury attorneys understand that accidents do not just happen, but are often the result of someone’s reckless or negligent actions. These kinds of injuries can be severe and even permanently disabling, preventing you from working or engaging in activities you once enjoyed. In these situations, you can count on our legal knowledge and experience to assist you in getting the compensation you deserve.


Common Types of Personal Injuries
Research conducted by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) indicates that over 30 million people each year seek treatment in hospital emergency rooms throughout the country as the result of accidental injuries. Injuries can occur as the result of slip and fall accidents, being struck by or against an object, being exposed to chemical or thermal burns, or even as the result or dog bites and attacks. Types of injuries that can occur include:


Muscle and tendon sprains, strains, and tears;
Bone fractures;
Cuts and lacerations;
Bruises and contusions,
Burn injuries:
Back and spinal cord injuries; and
Head and brain injuries.

Though commonly referred to as accidental injuries, they often occur as the result of someone’s reckless or negligent conduct.


Aggressive Legal Representation in Personal Injuries
At Sgro Law, we provide aggressive legal representation for people who suffer accidental injuries. Under the Illinois Compiled Statutes, if your injuries are caused by the negligent, reckless, willful and wanton actions of others, you may be entitled to compensation through a personal injury lawsuit. The types of damages you may be entitled to under Illinois law includes the following:


Medical and hospital expenses arising from your injuries;
Lost wages, and future losses of income;
Pain and suffering;
Mental anguish and loss of quality of life; and
Punitive damages, meant to punish the at fault party.

Public places such as retail or grocery stores, restaurants, hotels, and recreational facilities may be held liable for accidents that occur on their premises if they have allowed dangerous conditions to exist. These conditions may include wet or uneven floors, cluttered walkways, loose lighting fixtures, or areas under construction that are not roped off to the public. Private homeowners can also be held liable for injuries which occur on their property, as well as dog owners who allow their animals to run loose in neighborhoods.


Contact Our Experienced Illinois Personal Injury Attorneys Today
If you or a loved one has been injured in an accident, contact Sgro Law today. Our experienced Illinois personal injury attorneys can advise you on how to hold responsible parties accountable for your injuries and assist in getting you the compensation you deserve. Serving Springfield and the surrounding area, we are happy to help; call or contact us online today for a confidential case review.