No two car crashes are the same, which can make for some complex litigation when it comes to filing a claim for damages. For starters, car accidents are rarely even accidents, despite their commonly used name. Someone is almost always at fault, even partially, and the possibility of negligent behavior usually needs to be investigated in the aftermath of a crash.
At Clifford Law Offices, our Chicago car accident lawyers have decades of experience handling many different types of cases related to car crashes and collisions. We provide victims with the best possible representation while also giving them sound legal advice to help them make educated decisions about their case.
Every case is different, and every client has their own goals and personal circumstances. Our attorneys make it a point to learn these by talking and listening carefully to each individual client, rather than applying a one-size-fits-all strategy to the case.
Have you been in a car crash and need a lawyer?
If you or a loved one has been in a car crash and are looking for legal representation, here are questions to ask your potential lawyer:
- What is your firm’s success record with vehicle crash cases?
- How long has your firm been in business?
- How often will your firm communicate with me (or my family members) about the case?
- Do you handle car accident cases on a contingency fee basis or will I be paying out of pocket?
Clifford Law Offices’ car accident lawyers have decades of experience in car collision cases and have handled countless different scenarios. We’ve obtained more than $4 billion on behalf of our clients because we work to seek maximum financial recovery. We vow to treat each client as if they are our own family and are transparent with our communications to the client and/or their family members throughout the case. You will always know how your situation is proceeding.
Call us today at (312) 899-9090 to schedule an appointment for a free review of your car crash case.
Learn more about how our Chicago car accident law firm works in this video.