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Naperville Personal Injury Lawyer

Personal Injury Lawyer

Attorney for Car Crashes, Slip and Fall Accidents, Nursing Home Negligence, and Wrongful Death in Naperville

Victims who suffer personal injuries may be affected in a variety of ways, and they may not know where to turn for help. Fortunately, with the assistance of a skilled and experienced attorney, they can determine who was responsible for their injury, and they can take steps to pursue compensation for the ways they and their family have been affected. In these cases, it is crucial to work with a lawyer who understands how the law applies in a particular situation and who can explain the steps a person can follow to ensure that they will be fully compensated.

Flaherty Law, LLC assists with multiple types of personal injury cases, and we believe in helping people through the difficult time following a serious injury. We know that injury victims not only struggle with physical pain and limitations on their abilities while they are recovering, but they can also worry about their ability to cover the costs related to their injuries while also addressing their ongoing daily expenses. We can help ease the burden by working to ensure that those who were responsible for an injury are held liable for all of the damages a victim has suffered. When you hire us, you will not be required to pay any legal fees unless we collect compensation for you.

Personal Injury Cases in Naperville, IL

Attorney Daniel Flaherty is highly experienced in personal injury cases, and he can assist with:

  • Motor vehicle accidents - We can help hold negligent drivers responsible for car accidents, motorcycle accidents, pedestrian accidents, and bicycle accidents. We can also determine whether truck drivers, trucking companies, or other parties are liable for truck accidents, and we can help victims of train accidents pursue compensation from a negligent railroad company or any other parties who were at fault.
  • Product liability - Multiple types of defective products may be sold to consumers. A product's manufacturer may be liable for injuries that occurred because of design defects or problems during the manufacturing process. Manufacturers or retailers may also be found liable for injuries that took place because of inadequate safety instructions or a failure to warn about potential risks of injury when using the product.
  • Premises liability - When injuries occur on someone else's property, including on private property or in a public establishment such as a store or restaurant, the property owner may have been responsible. Typically, premises liability cases involve a property owner's failure to take steps to protect the safety of their visitors, such as by failing to repair defects or provide the proper warnings about hazards.
  • Dog bites and attacks - An animal's owner may be held liable for any injuries inflicted by their animal, as long as the animal was not provoked and the victim was legally allowed to be in the place where the attack occurred.
  • Assault - While a person who intentionally inflicted injuries on someone else may be held responsible for the victim's damages, other parties may also be liable for these types of injuries. In cases involving bar fights, an establishment may be held liable for the failure to protect the safety of its patrons.
  • Nursing home abuse and neglect - Residents of nursing homes or assisted living facilities may be the victims of intentional abuse, or they may suffer injuries if staff members do not provide the proper care. We can help nursing home patients and their families hold a negligent facility responsible for fall injuries, misdiagnosis, and other types of injuries.
  • Wrongful death - A person's surviving family members may hold the person or organization responsible for their loved one's death liable for the ways they have been affected. Damages available to family members may include the loss of the income their loved one would have earned, the costs of their medical treatment, the loss of love and companionship the deceased person would have provided, the costs of the victim's funeral and cremation or burial, and the grief and mental anguish caused by a loved one's passing.

Contact Our Naperville Personal Injury Attorney

At Flaherty Law, LLC, we can provide you with dedicated legal help, working to ensure that you will receive the financial compensation you deserve. Contact us today by calling 815-577-7500 and scheduling a free consultation.

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