Personal Injury Lawyer in Joliet, IL
Top rated personal injury attorneys that are dedicated to providing clients the best legal representation.
Personal injury services
- Car crash/automobile collisions
- Wrongful Death
- Truck Driving accident
- Construction injuries
- Slips and falls
- Nursing home abuse
- Medical malpractice
- Faulty products (product liability)
- Dog Bites
- Motorcycle, boating and other recreational vehicles
Handling a personal injury case
Thousands of people are injured by the negligence of others every year in Illinois. If you have been injured, the venue for your legal case is likely to be a local county courthouse. Partners John Spesia, Jeff Taylor and the team of injury trial lawyers at Spesia & Taylor have experience with the judges who hear injury cases in court houses in Will, Grundy, LaSalle, Kankakee and Livingston Counties and can effectively handle your case. Our personal injury lawyers have also gone to trial on injury cases in Cook County and in the federal court in Chicago.
Ultimately, injury cases are decided by juries of local residents. With strong roots in the counties south of Chicago and through their philanthropic efforts in the local communities, lawyers at Spesia & Taylor are often known by the people sitting on local juries who assess the credibility of the attorneys and parties to a case. Our lawyers have handled jury trials and settled cases resulting in millions of dollars for our injured clients in the counties where we regularly practice.
Unlike many firms, partners at Spesia & Taylor are involved in every injury case that is handled by the firm. Substantial cases are tried to verdict by a partner. We are dedicated to providing the best legal representation to make sure our clients who are injured in car crash, truck or other accidents receive just compensation.
Injury appellate practice attorney
Lawyers at Spesia & Taylor also have experience handling cases in the Third District Court of Appeals in Ottawa, which hears cases arising from Will, Grundy, LaSalle, Kankakee Counties. If your case ends up in the appellate court, you will be in good hands.
Do I have a personal injury case?
Personal injury law permits a person to receive compensation for injuries that result from negligence.
The law defines negligence as either:
- The failure to do something which a reasonably careful person would do or,
- The doing of something which a reasonably careful person would not do under similar circumstances.
If you or someone you know has been injured or killed due to negligence of another, the personal injury lawyers at Spesia & Taylor will work tirelessly to help you receive full compensation for your pain and suffering; disability; lost wages; lost future wages and earning capacity; mounting medical bills; future medical costs; loss of normal life; and, in some cases, loss of love, guidance and companionship. Our firm has diligently served clients for over 100 years, offering efficient and effective legal services to ordinary people who have been injured.
Spesia & Taylor attorneys have tried personal injury and wrongful death cases in the following courts: Joliet, IL (Will County), Morris IL (Grundy County), Kankakee, IL (Kankakee County), Chicago, IL (Cook County), Wheaton, IL (DuPage County), Yorkville, IL (Kendall County), St. Charles, IL (Kane County), Ottawa, IL (LaSalle County) Pontiac, IL (Livingston County) and Bloomington, IL (McLean County).
Contact an experienced personal injury lawyer today
If you have been injured in an accident and need legal representation, contact us today at (815) 726-4311 for a free consultation.