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Who You Can Sue

Bus drivers have a responsibility to operate buses with care to protect their passengers as well as other motorists and their passengers. If you become injured in a bus accident, you may be able to bring a claim against the bus driver and the bus company to cover your:

  • Medical bills
  • Loss of wages (past and future)
  • Disability and disfigurement
  • Pain and suffering

If you were injured in a bus crash in the Chicago area, please call or email the personal injury attorneys at Harvey L. Walner & Associates, Ltd. We offer free consultations and charge no fee unless we collect money for you.

  If you or a loved one has been hurt, and you need help, please call or email us today or text “Walnerlaw” to 41513 for a FREE consultation.

 

Any individual whose negligence causes or contributes to your spinal cord injury could and should be held responsible. This can range from a drunk driver to the manufacturer of a defective product to a business owner who failed to maintain safe property, which caused you to slip and fall.

If you were injured in the Chicago area and suffered a spinal cord injury, please call or email the personal injury attorneys at Harvey L. Walner & Associates, Ltd. You will be surprised at how much difference a personal touch can make in your case. We offer free consultations and will never charge unless we get money for you.

If you or a loved one has been hurt, and you need help, please call or email us today or text "Walnerlaw" to 41513 for a FREE consultation.

 

 

 

Verdict against a municipality in federal court for police brutality, when seven police officers assaulted an apartment building custodian

Auto accident where a truck crossed over a median strip, striking the client's vehicle and causing his death

Verdict against an obstetrician for causing Erb's Palsy in a newborn, due to performing a vaginal delivery when a cesarean section would have been recommended.

Verdict against an internist for failure to diagnose a Subarachnoid Hemorrhage, causing the death of a mother with two minor children