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Have you or a loved one been injured in Belleville, Illinois, due to a third party’s negligent action or inaction? If so, you and your family may be eligible for compensation.

At the Floyd Law Firm, our Belleville personal injury attorneys have been fighting for clients’ rights since 1959. In our decades of work in law, our clients have recovered the compensation they deserve after experiencing physical, emotional, and financial suffering. Over the years, we’ve had thousands of successful out-of-court settlements and jury verdicts totaling millions.

So get to work on your Belleville personal injury case today by calling (314) 863-4114 or by booking online today.

How Can a Belleville Personal Injury Lawyer Help Me?

A good personal injury law team, like the team at The Floyd Law Firm, can do the following for clients:

  • Provide In-depth and accurate legal advice
  • Gather evidence, documentation, reports, and testimonies
  • Negotiate with insurance companies
  • Represent in pre-trial proceedings or court

But what makes a law team great goes beyond just the basic expectations of what an Belleville personal injury attorney can do for you. A truly great law team provides personalized attention and compassionate advice, always aiming for the maximum compensation in your case as possible.

How Do I Get Started with a Personal Injury Lawyer in Belleville?

Most Belleville personal injury law firms make it quick and easy to get started. Typically, initiating a request for free, no-obligation case consultation and review can be done by submitting an online form or by calling the law firm’s office.

What is Personal Injury Law In Illinois?

In Illinois, like other states around the United States, cases between members of the general public are tried in the civil courts.

For a case to be tried in civil courts, an individual (called a plaintiff) must establish that the defendant owed them a specific duty of care and that duty of care was breached, which resulted in harm and damages to the victim. Damages are intended to restore the injured party to their financial position before the wrongful act occurred.

In many civil cases, no crime was committed. However, what can be confusing about the distinction between criminal and civil courts is that one negligence action could yield a civil and criminal case.

For example, a family could bring a wrongful death lawsuit due to a negligence action committed by another individual. If that negligence action could be considered a crime (such as vehicular manslaughter or homicide), that tragic situation could also yield a criminal case.

Types of Personal Injury Cases

If you are unsure as to what constitutes a civil case, here’s a list of some of the most common personal injury cases throughout Illinois:

Contact a Belleville Personal Injury Attorney Today

As mentioned, the best way to start is with a Belleville personal injury attorney from The Floyd Law Firm. Call us today to request your free, no-obligation consultation. With over 90% of new clients referred by past clients, our reputation speaks for itself.

Call (314) 863-4114 to request a free personal injury case review or book a case review appointment online.