Personal Injury & Criminal Defense Attorney In Niles, IL

 attorney at law 847-692-3388

        Attorney Serving Niles, IL, Des Plaines, IL, Skokie, IL, Morton Grove,IL, Glenview, IL, Schaumburg, IL, Arlington Heights, IL, Mt. Prospect, IL & Rosemont, IL 

(847) 692-3388


Settled, no lawsuit filed.


3. $300,000. Elderly woman was knocked to the ground by large dog being walked on a leash by it's owner when the dog jumped on her back in a suburban downtown square setting. Dog owner tried to flee after the incident to avoid responsibility. Dog owner was pursued and stopped by elderly woman's daughter until police arrived on scene. Client suffered a fractured shoulder which required surgery. $ 90,000.00 in medical bills.
Settled , no lawsuit filed. Claim paid by dog owners homeowners insurance policy.

4. $180,000. Worker's Compensation claim paid due to on the job injury. Female truck driver injured her shoulder, tearing her rotator cuff requiring 2 surgeries, while pulling on the fifth wheel release in order to drop tractor trailer.


 5. $475,000.Client, a suburban municipality police department employee, slipped and fell on a recently mopped floor that had not been marked with caution- wet floor signs. Client was 6 months pregnant at the time. She suffered a difficult to diagnose hip injury resulting in pain and difficulty walking. She underwent steroid injections and eventual  hip surgery in order to release a tendon. Settlement paid by the janitorial cleaning company.

Client also received in addition to the above paid bodily injury claim:

6. $265,000. Worker's Compensation sum paid by the suburban municipality for this on the job injury claim.


7.  $600,000. Elderly patient residing in a nursing home suffered a stroke. He did not receive proper timely medical attention by nursing home staff according standards of care and procedures. Upon staff noticing patient's symptoms: 911 was not immediately called, physician and hospital were not immediately called and informed of symptoms when they first occurred so the hospital could make informed decisions as to the patient's course of treatment in order to help avoid permanent clinical ramifications suffered by the patient. As a result, patient suffered left side paralysis and loss of speech. Settlement paid by insurer for the nursing home.


8. $650,000. Client, an airline baggage handler at O'Hare, was struck by a tug pulling loaded baggage carts when a negligently driven aircraft fuel truck crashed into it. Client suffered three herniated discs in his back with continuing neck and right side pain and numbness. No surgery performed although spinal fusion was recommended.



9. $850,000. Client, a business owner receiving a delivery, was standing under a pallet loaded with hookah product that was being unloaded by forklift off the back of a semi truck. The load shifted and fell onto him. He suffered multiple bone fractures to his arm, leg and pelvis requiring multiple surgeries to repair. Settlement paid by insurer for truck leasing company for operator negligence. 


Not all cases are as large as those above.

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If we don't get you any money, we don't take a fee. 



*SOME OF THE ABOVE CASES HANDLED WITH ASSISTANCE OF ASSOCIATE REFERRING COUNCIL*

Cases

Stephen A. Chareas

Personal injury Attorney In Niles



Personal Injury Attorney In Niles, IL
Criminal Defense Attorney In Niles, IL
1. $105,000. Client, a pedestrian was walking across an intersection in the Chicago loop in the crosswalk with the traffic control signal. He was struck by a van turning the corner and was knocked down. The driver tried to flee but was stopped by heavy traffic long enough for police to arrive. Client suffered a torn rotator cuff shoulder injury requiring surgery. Total medical bills - $ 14,000.00, and lost time $ 300.00 as a hotel security guard. Settlement included $5000.00 medical payments. Settled, no lawsuit filed.