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    Spinal cord injuries are serious, life-altering ordeals. If you have suffered a spinal cord injury, you and your family are now faced with financial burdens and increased medical needs. A spinal cord injury often results in a loss of mobility and, depending on the location, can leave you permanently paralyzed.

At Harvey L. Walner & Associates, Ltd., we don't work for the money, we work for you. We can negotiate with doctors, insurance companies, even Medicare/Medicaid to help you keep more of the settlement and recover a fair compensation for your spinal cord injury.

 

 

  

Rollover accidents are more likely to result in serious or fatal injury than many other types of car accidents. While recent changes in design and electronic stability control have significantly reduced the number of rollover accidents in the Chicago area, hundreds of people are still injured or killed in these accidents in Illinois every year.

If you or a loved one has been involved in a rollover accident, please contact Harvey L. Walner & Associates, LTD. or call 312-800-0000 today to schedule a free consultation with a dedicated Chicago auto accident attorney.

 

 

  Getting in an auto accident can be frightening and frustrating. Then you have to deal with the aftermath, too. There may be injuries, and there may be a seriously damaged car that you'll need to have repaired or replaced. Time lost from work, anxiety, pain, and a number of other issues can also show up, so it's not always a simple matter of having the car towed and going on with your life. If you need an auto accident lawyer, Chicago has options for you to consider, and you want to be sure you get the best attorney for your specific case and your needs.

    Whether you should go out and find the best auto accident lawyer Chicago can offer depends on several factors. You want to consider your injuries and the medical bills that have accumulated from them, along with what your insurance company will pay if you have uninsured motorists coverage. In many cases, that coverage is not enough to pay the medical bills from a serious car accident, and it may be in your best interest to sue the other driver in order to recover damages.