The attorneys at Sklare Law Group have been practicing law for years. Richard Sklare has been practicing personal injury law for more than 26 years. As a team, we are personally committed to fighting for victims of personal injury across Chicago and the surrounding areas.
Serving Chicago, Surrounding Suburbs and all Surrounding Counties of DuPage, Will & Lake.
The attorneys at Sklare Law Group have been practicing injury law for many years. Please review their individual biographies for more detailed information. At our Chicago law firm, we focus on injury claims. These injury claims can fall within several categories:
Traumatic brain injuries are often connected to contact sports in the media, but auto accidents and falls lead to the largest number of brain injuries each year. March is Brain Injury Awareness Month.
When you go to see the doctor, be it a private practice, hospital or emergency room, you expect to receive a certain standard of care from all of the medical professionals you come into contact with.
Your life is forever changed after an accident leaves you with a catastrophic injury such as a burn, brain or spinal cord injury. In many cases, you are likely due compensation for the damages the accident and subsequent injuries have left you with, but who is actually liable? Who should pay?
A severe burn injury is considered one of the most painful injuries a person can endure.
The maximum weight of a semi-truck is 80,000 pounds, so it's not surprising that these behemoths are more likely to cause death and catastrophic injury in the event of a crash. What is surprising is the rate at which these fatal accidents occur.
Severe car accident injuries are catastrophic events that can lead to loss of quality of life. View our presentation to see the most common types of severe accident injuries and contact our experienced attorneys at 312-263-0771 if you or a loved one have been injured in an accident in the Chicago area.
Severe accidents commonly lead to catastrophic injuries, but what constitutes a catastrophic injury? There is no formal legal definition, but the injuries often involve long-term disability or disfigurement.