Illinois Accident Lawyers

If you or a loved one were recently involved in an accident and have legal concerns, contact our Illinois accident lawyers now. Our experienced personal injury attorneys want to answer your legal questions.

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My experience in working with Attorney Doyle was outstanding....I put my confidence in him and he performed the task beautifully. It was the best attorney-client relationship that I can imagine having. He meant his word, he's a very honest attorney and he works very diligently....I would absolutely, unequivocally say that Barry Doyle is a top injury attorney."

–Cedric McL.

Highly recommend. More so than any attorney I know and I have two good friends that are attorneys....As an attorney he’s a 10, as a person he’s a 10+. Very efficient at getting things done and more important than that he’s a good person."

–Wes Nickelson

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Frequently Asked Questions

Q: What is the difference between an Illinois Motorist Report form and Illinois Police Report?

A: When you are involved in an Illinois auto accident, the responding police officer often will give you an orange Illinois motorist report form....

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Q: Does my case have to go to court?

A: Many people believe that hiring a lawyer means having to have a trial in court in front of a judge and jury. There are certainly some cases where that happens....

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Q: Should I give a recorded statement for my slip and fall to my insurance company?

A: No. In general, the answer to this question is that you should never give a recorded statement to the insurance company in an Illinois slip and fall accident....

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Q: What is the statute of limitations for a nursing home abuse and neglect case?

A: In general, the statute of limitations for a nursing home abuse and neglect suit is 2 years from the date of injury. However, if the nursing home is operated by a local governmental entity, then the statute of limitations is only 1 year....

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