Our Legal Team Is Prepared To Pursue Damages On Your Behalf
Each year, hundreds of motorists are critically injured or killed on Illinois roads when large tractor-trailers collide with passenger vehicles. Unfortunately, as the number of commercial trucks on our highways steadily increases every year, so does the number of serious accidents.
At Healy Scanlon Law Firm in Chicago, our lawyers represent the victims of trucking company and truck driver negligence. We are very proud of the verdicts and settlements we have obtained for our clients, including numerous recoveries over $20 million and many others in the millions of dollars. If you have been injured or a loved one killed in an accident involving a truck, discuss your case with one of our lawyers in a free initial consultation.
Our lawyers handle accidents occurring on all Illinois streets and highways. The following are examples of dangerous roads where truck accidents frequently occur in Illinois:
- I-80, which crosses the entire width of the state
- I-90/Dan Ryan Expressway in the Greater Chicago area
- I-55, a major north–south interstate that connects the St. Louis, Missouri and Chicago metropolitan areas
- I-57, which parallels much of the old Illinois Central rail line for much of its route
- I-94/Kennedy Expressway, another heavily trafficked highway in the metro area
- I-290/Eisenhower Expressway, an auxiliary route running westward from the Chicago Loop
- I-294/Tri-State Tollway in northeastern Illinois
- I-39, north of the Bloomington-Normal area.
If you are in a truck accident, it is in your best interest to contact an attorney as soon as possible after the accident. The right team of lawyers can assist you in obtaining just compensation and holding negligent truck drivers and trucking companies accountable.
Meet With Our Attorneys
There is never a charge to discuss your case with an Illinois dangerous road attorney at our firm. Evening and weekend consultations are available. To speak to us, call 312-324-0409 or send us an e-mail. Se habla español.