McNamara Phelan McSteen is located in Joliet, IL. Our experienced personal Injury trial lawyers represent men and women injured from the result of the following negligence:
- Trucking accidents
- Automobile Accidents
- Motorcycle accidents
- Construction site injuries
- Dog bites and animal injuries
- Product defect and liability claims
- Premises liability, i.e. slip and falls
- Wrongful death
- Liquor liability
- Recreational vehicle accidents including
- Boating, ATV, Motorcycle, Etc.
- Nursing home injury or abuse
- Medical malpractice
Our attorneys have obtained millions of dollars in verdicts, awards and settlements for our clients. We utilize renowned experts in many fields, including engineers, nurses, physicians and accountants, all for the purpose of ensuring that our clients receive appropriate compensation for their injuries, pain and suffering they have endured due to the negligence or recklessness of others.
Should you become injured due to the fault of another, contact us immediately to arrange for a free consultation to discuss the nature of your case. We will help you determine the validity of any claims you may have, and advise you how to proceed should you require legal representation.
McNamara Phelan McSteen have settled personal injury law cases in Will County, Cook County, Grundy, Kendall and Kankakee including but not limited to: Bolingbrook, Burr Ridge, Channahon, Chicago, Coal City, Downers Grove, Elmhurst, Elwood, Frankfort, Glen Ellyn, Homer Glen, Joliet, Kankakee, Lombard, Minooka, Morris, Naperville, New Lenox, Oakbrook, Orland Park, Plainfield, Romeoville, Shorewood, Tinley Park, Villa Park, and Wheaton, IL.
Personal Injury Law News
Every day, people find themselves injured due to the negligence of another, whether it be in an auto accident, at the grocery store, or walking into an office building. Illinois law allows an injured person to be compensated financially for his or her damages under...read more
In Illinois, a person is liable for an accident in which that person was negligent. Where a person has been injured as a result of the negligence, the negligent person is obligated to make financial payment to the injured one. Among the damages for which the...read more
Our client, a semi-retired truck driver, was diagnosed with a tear of his rotator cuff following an accident involving his semi and two other vehicles in central Will County. After undergoing surgery and physical therapy, our client received a settlement payout of...read more
An Elgin woman fractured her ankle after slipping on ice on her way to attend her son's junior wrestling tournament on the premises of a local high school. Despite early denials that the school district was liable for her damages, attorney Tom Polacek eventually...read more
It is important to remember that not every accident resulting in injuries results in a successful lawsuit. In Illinois, a successful personal injury claim may only be made where the injured party can establish the liability of one or more others, as well as the...read more
In Illinois, a person injured as the result of another’s negligence may wish to retain an attorney to pursue a claim for damages. Although injury attorneys typically receive a contingency fee in such injury cases, attorney’s fees are not the client’s only financial...read more
A Chicago White Sox fan was injured while sitting in traffic after exiting stadium parking and heading home on the Dan Ryan Expressway. Our client, a passenger, hurt her back and neck when the vehicle being driven by her sister was rear-ended by another driver. The...read more
Our client suffered soft-tissue injuries and cervical radiculopathy following an auto collision caused by the other driver's illegal left turn. Her injuries required approximately five months of treatment, after which MPM partner Tom Polacek negotiated a $45,000.00...read more
In Illinois, a person making a claim for injuries arising from an auto accident must prove two things in order to prevail: liability and damages. Proof of liability requires the presentation of evidence showing 1) that the other driver owed a specific duty to the...read more
In Illinois, a person is liable for an auto accident in which that person was negligent. If the liable party is insured, the financial responsibility will likely fall upon that party’s insurance company. However, as a practical matter, the negligent person’s financial...read more
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