Fighting For Those In Illinois With Accident Injuries
Personal injury cases involve the injured party seeking compensation from the negligent party who caused the accident and their insurance provider. Depending on the circumstances of the accident, the injured party can get compensation for their medical bills, lost wages, pain and suffering, disability, disfigurement and loss of normal life. If the injured person has a pre-existing condition that was aggravated in the accident, damages can still be sought. No matter what type of accident you were in, you need a skilled lawyer who will fight for you.
At Karayannis Law Offices, our Geneva, Illinois, office fights for people in Kane, DuPage, Cook, Kendall, DeKalb and McHenry counties and the surrounding areas who were injured in accidents. Our founding lawyer, Marios Karayannis, has more than 30 years of legal experience and has helped hundreds of clients recover their deserved compensation over his career. You can call our office now at 630-463-9010 to schedule your free consultation.
Trusted Guidance For Many Types Of Accidents
As your legal representative, Marios will handle every aspect of your personal injury case. He will negotiate with insurance carriers to obtain a settlement, prepare a personalized legal strategy for your case and represent you in the courtroom. Marios is also skilled at guiding clients through the complex legal process of filing medical malpractice claims.
As an experienced Illinois personal injury compensation attorney, Marios N. Karayannis can represent clients who were injured in many types of accidents, including those involving:
- Motor vehicle accidents
- Commercial truck collisions
- Uninsured motorist accidents
- Wrongful death claims
- Product liability cases
- Toxic torts
- Premises liability
If you lost your loved one in an accident, we will be there to guide you through this challenging time. Marios will work to recover compensation and provide compassionate support to you and your family throughout your case.
Representing Clients On A Contingent Fee Basis
Lawyers typically handle personal injury matters on a contingent fee basis. Contingent fees mean that an attorney’s fees are based on a percentage of the total recovery made and not on the client having to pay an hourly rate. Because personal injury cases can take years to resolve, this type of fee structure is advantageous to the client as it avoids a scenario where litigation becomes too expensive. Marios represents his personal injury clients on a contingent fee basis.