During these difficult times, we are still available to assist you in your time of need for your Personal Injury Case. We can handle almost everything electronically.

If you or a loved one have questions, please reach out to Alvin Wolff at alvinwolff@gmail.com or 314-584-4109 or Alex Wolff at alex@wolfftriallawyers.com or 314-584-4105.

Personal Injury Attorney In Belleville, IL

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Personal Injury Attorney In Belleville, IL

Headquartered in St. Louis, MO, Wolff & Wolff Trial Lawyers serves clients in Belleville, IL, and surrounding areas. We are a personal injury law firm that has 90 years of experience. Our attorneys are revered for their dedication and passion for serving clients with unstinting care and professionalism.

Suffering an injury can be overwhelming—and costly. Medical care costs can be devastating for injured parties and their families. Many victims of serious accidents may also find themselves unable to work for a period of time and, in extreme cases, may never be able to return to their former line of work. These situations are incredibly difficult. That’s why Wolff & Wolff Trial Lawyers does everything it can to make the legal process run smoothly. If you’ve suffered an injury in a car accident, slip and fall incident, or from a defective product, you may have a strong case that warrants compensation. We’ll do our part to effectively represent your claim in negotiations or in the court room.

What Are Some Common Types of Personal Injuries?

Having represented more than 8,000 clients over the years, we’ve seen many different types of claims. When it comes to matters of personal injury, motor vehicle accidents top the list. Other personal injury cases may involve a slip and fall incident, failure to provide security, medical malpractice, dog bites, and even intentional acts. The common thread among all types of personal injuries is that they were caused by someone else’s carelessness, recklessness, or blatant wrong-doing. Victims may experience a myriad of injuries that include:

  • Disfigurement
  • Fractures and sprains
  • Broken bones
  • Amputations
  • Brain injuries
  • Spinal injuries
  • Internal bleeding
  • Organ damage
  • Post-traumatic stress disorder
  • Emotional injury

If you’ve been hurt in an accident that was caused by someone else—an individual or possibly even a company, you have rights under Illinois law to seek compensation for what you’ve endured.

What Compensation Are Personal Injury Victims Eligible for?

Compensation can vary in accordance with the accident type in question. Injured parties can claim economic and non-economic damages. Economic damages may include current and future medical costs related to the injury, current and future lost wages, and damage or destruction of property. In wrongful death suits, claimants can sue for funeral expenses.

Non-economic damages relate to the pain and suffering that victims experience as a result of their injuries. Our attorneys can help sufferers put a sum to their claim for fair compensation. In complex cases that involve permanent disability, we may procure the services of an actuary to provide an accurate estimate of lost wages, for example.

Do I Have a Valid Claim?

It’s not uncommon for accident victims to feel confused about the validity of their claim. After all, these can be complex cases that can take years to sort out. We provide clients with a free initial consultation to provide them with some preliminary information and our views on their case. As we assess claims, we know that in order for them to be successful, they must:

  • Have a real injury: claimants must have proof that they sustained their injuries in the accident in question. Proof typically involves medical records and testimony from medical experts.
  • Injury has a monetary cost: medical treatment (i.e. doctor visits, surgeries, x-rays, tests, physical therapy, counseling) and loss of wages. The cost can also involve future estimates of medical costs and lost work wages.
  • Be filed within two years of the event: In Illinois, personal injury victims have two years from the date of the accident to file their claim. There are some exceptions to this rule that we can explain if the case merits them.
  • The case is provable: to win compensation, we must be able to provide evidence that supports the claim. Documentation, witnesses, experts, video, photos—this type of evidence can help claimants win their case.

The Benefits of Allowing Wolff & Wolff Trial Lawyers to Represent You

Wolff & Wolff Trial Lawyers has a proven record of success for representing personal injury victims in both Missouri and Illinois. Even though some cases are similar, we never rely on cookie-cutter solutions to serve our clients. Each case involves very specific information and details that inform how we should best proceed. We are keenly aware of what our clients go through. We want to help them as best as we can. They deserve justice and we have the skills to help them fight for it.

If you need a personal injury lawyer in Belleville, IL, contact Wolff & Wolff Trial Lawyers to learn how we can help you. Remember, there is a time limit for filing court documents and the sooner you contact us, the sooner we can begin to gather evidence that supports your claim. Schedule your free initial consultation so we can evaluate your case and help you make an informed decision about how to proceed.

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