Abels & Annes, P.C. is a personal injury law firm located in Chicago, Illinois that represents clients throughout the area in a diverse range of claims.
The lawyers are experts in car accident claims and also provide representation for injuries involving medical malpractice, nursing home abuse, sexual abuse and more. Known for dedicated advocacy starting at the first consultation, the firm's attorneys have proven their ability to succeed under many different circumstances.
They know that your injury has caused a lot more than just physical suffering, and they are prepared to see that you are compensated for all aspects of your situation. The lawyers provide honest communication at all times and this helps clients know what to expect.
Abels & Annes are injury experts with substantial trial experience and a thorough understanding of how to optimize a personal injury claim for viability in or out of court. Their readiness to litigate and the quality of representation reflect their sincere commitment to the best interest of each client.
For Years the Personal Injury Attorneys at the Chicago Law Firm of Abels & Annes, P.C., Have Assisted Hundreds of Clients in Obtaining Compensation for the Injuries They Have Suffered from the Negligence, Recklessness, and Abuse of Others.
Most of us take our daily lives in stride. We easily fall into our routines of going to work, or dropping the children off at school; we shop, go to restaurants, stroll through Chicago streets; we visit family and friends on the weekends. Yet despite the way we accept our ability to do these things for granted, every now and then, something comes along to seriously disrupt our expectations.
Every single day, people who are doing routine, normal activities encounter accidents and mishaps: car accidents; motorcycle collisions; workplace injuries; encountering an unsafe or defective product; slipping, falling or tripping on an unknown hazard; receiving the wrong medication from a doctor or a pharmacy. Frequently, these incidents cause only minor damage or injury, and can be handled by putting up with just a little inconvenience or aggravation. But at other times, the consequences are more serious, and can result in grave injury, or even death.