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Chatham Personal Injury Lawyer

If you are injured in Illinois through no fault of your own, Walner Law can get you the compensation you deserve. For nearly 70 years, the residents of Chatham, Chicago have trusted Jon Walner as their go-to personal injury lawyer for common cases like car accidents, medical malpractice, and workers’ compensation. Call for a free consultation.

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Attorneys Jon Walner of Walner Law and Andrew Stroth of Action Injury Law Group teamed up to create 312-LAWYERS to provide legal resources for communities of color.

About Chatham

Located on the south side of Chicago, Chatham is known for its tree-lined streets and classic architecture. Chatham is part of the larger community known as Greater Grand Crossing and was once the home of former United States President, Barack Obama. 

Chatham is one of Chicago’s 77 neighborhoods and offers its residents several parks, churches, schools, and other amenities such as the Chatham Village Square shopping center.

Most Dangerous Intersections in Chatham, Illinois

According to the Chicago Journal, these are the most dangerous intersections in Chatham: 

  • 79th and State
  • 87th and Cottage Grove
  • 79th and Cottage Grove

Take extra precautions when driving, walking, or biking along these routes and through these intersections.

Personal Injury Information

What Qualifies as a Personal Injury?

A personal injury is any injury that is caused by the negligence or wrongdoing of another person or entity. Personal injuries can be physical, emotional, or both. They can range in severity from minor to life-threatening.

Examples of personal injuries include:

It is important to speak with an experienced personal injury attorney to determine if you have a valid claim and to discuss your legal options. Call (312) 410-8496 for a free consultation .

Steps to Take After a Personal Injury

If you or a loved one experiences a personal injury, take these immediate steps:

  1. First and foremost, be sure to get medical attention if you need to do so.
  2. Document evidence of the scene of the accident as thoroughly as possible. Take photos of the accident, the surroundings, and yourself. Some personal injury cases take months to be brought to court, and you will need this evidence later. If you cannot take photos of the scene of the crime, be sure you get a friend or family member to do it for you.
  3. If you have not already spoken to the police, call them and give them your personal account of what happened. This will also be crucial for when your case goes to court.
  4. Call a personal injury lawyer so you can file a claim and be compensated for your injuries as soon as possible.

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