Companies, employers, and individuals have a “duty of care.” Everyone has the obligation to avoid actions or situations that may have put you in any harm.
If you have been injured in any way – medical, physical, and emotional harm – it is important to contact a reputable lawyer right away. At Cronauer Law, we have proven that we can be trusted with the most complex cases.
We represent people throughout the United States who have been seriously injured or killed by the negligent, reckless, or intentional actions of others. We understand the physical, emotional, and financial burdens that our clients face during these times, and we work tirelessly to secure the compensation they deserve.
If you have been injured, or your loved one has died as the result of another’s careless conduct, contact us today. We can be reached at (815) 895-8585.
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The law limits the amount of time you can file a claim and collect damages for your injury. That law is called the Statute of Limitations. No matter how great your loss, you will not be able to collect if you miss this deadline. Your lawyer will know all the deadlines and limits the law has outlined for your injuries. Putting a claim together can take time, so it’s important to consult with a lawyer near you as soon as possible.
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Cronauer Law has years of experience representing clients who have been seriously injured.
We know what it takes to win, and have prepared the the steps we need to take to get the best outcome clients can expect from hiring a lawyer.
Contact us to get the process started. Our lawyers will explain the laws around your case at no cost to you.
We work with the insurance companies to ensure they fulfill their duties to cover the costs related to the crash
A Serious injury can dramatically change how you plan on reaching your life goals. We’ll work with you long after the case has won to ensure your life gets to where it needs to be
If you were injured in any way–medically, emotionally, physically, in a car, at work, on the street–then you may have a case. Employers, companies, and individuals have a “duty of care.” This term refers to each person’s obligation to avoid actions or situations that endanger other people.
Personal injury attorneys offer their services on what is called a “contingency fee” basis. That means we pay for all the upfront costs of your case–hiring specialists, paying court fees, even assessing medical care. You owe us nothing, and we only take a fee if you win your case.
As soon as possible, ideally. Give our personal injury law firm a call to speak with one of our staff members confidentially, even if it’s not normal business hours where you are. Also feel free to fill out our contact form with some basic information about you and your case. A member of our team will get back to you as soon as possible.
Once we’ve investigated the basic details of your injuries and your case, we’ll be able to tell you how much compensation you’re entitled to. While we (and no ethical attorney) can make promises regarding your case, we can help calculate the costs and lost wages caused by your harm.
Cronauer law injury attorneys have tried virtually every type and size of plaintiff’s claim possible. We’ve handled cases on behalf of people injured in car crashes, Engineers injured in a slip and fall, and even businessmen who have been wronged by their partners. Our firm has made a name for itself in a variety of legal areas. Our results in complex areas like commercial litigation, trucking accidents, Criminal Defense, and Product Liability barely scratch the surface. Whatever the nature of your injury, we have the experience and resources to demand compensation on your behalf.
In tort law, a duty of care is a legal obligation which is imposed on an individual requiring adherence to a standard of reasonable care while performing any acts that could foreseeably harm others. It is the first element that must be established to proceed with an action in negligence. The claimant must be able to show a duty of care imposed by law which the defendant has breached. In turn, breaching a duty may subject an individual to liability. The duty of care may be imposed by operation of law between individuals with no current direct relationship (familial or contractual or otherwise), but eventually become related in some manner, as defined by common law (meaning case law).