Chicago personal injury lawyer Steven A. Sigmond provides free consultations about personal injury law and workers compensation to clients, callers and website visitors. Mr. Sigmond also answers questions on public websites. Recent answers are listed below. Want your question answered? Contact Us or give us a call.
Yes, sometimes you can. If you've been injured on the job and your injury was caused by the negligence of a third person, you may qualify for both types of cases. See my answer to a specific question published in April, 2022 can be seen below.
Yes. When a child is injured by due to negligent supervision, faulty equipment or other negligent acts or omissions, the daycare operator can be held accountable. See my answer to a specific question published in April, 2022 can be seen below.
Yes, if you meet certain conditions. Emotional distress is a specific type of injury. In order to be proven, it must have been diagnosed and treated by a qualified mental health professional. Someone who has suffered a physical injury can also claim emotional distress as an additional compensable item of damages. In the absence of a physical injury, this type of claim can only be made by someone who was in the zone of danger. See my answer to a specific question published in April, 2022 can be seen below.
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