Recovering financial damages in an auto accident case involves working with investigators, accident reconstructionists, and forensic specialists in order to determine the facts and collect evidence.
What Our Personal Injury Attorney’s Do
- Determine the cause of a car accident
- Hold negligent truck drivers, motorists, and bus operators responsible for their actions
- Coordinate benefit coverage
- Demand fair compensation for medical expenses, lost wages, and diminished quality of life
Determining Driver Negligence
Ginzkey Law Office uses a number of forensic and investigative tools to determine the cause of an accident. Whether a truck or car accident occurs along I-39, I-55, I-74, Hwy 51, Hwy 150, or another area road, they will travel to the scene, take photos, and measure skid marks. Their office collects police reports, interviews witnesses, and recovers data from the vehicles black box (Event Data Recorder or EDR). When alcohol is suspected, the attorneys at Ginzkey Law Office gather breathalyzer and blood sample results to determine the degree of intoxication on the part of the negligent driver.
Coordinating Benefit Coverage
When a client is injured in a motor vehicle accident, there are typically several options for insurance coverage to offset medical bills, lost wages and other expenses. The Ginzkey Law Office can assist clients with initiating and coordinating benefit coverage they may be entitled to, such as medical insurance and disability coverage through their employer, and auto insurance policy coverage for repairs to their vehicle. In addition, auto accident attorneys Jim Ginzkey and Chase Molchin can negotiate any reimbursement obligations once compensation is recovered from any negligent parties.
How We Determine The Economic Impact
Our team works with medical professionals and economic impact analysts to figure out the severity and economic impact of your injuries. Developing fact and evidence based cases, we measure the real-life cost of truck and car accidents for clients.
Types of Motor Vehicle Accidents We Represent
- Trucking accidents
- Car wrecks
- Motorcycle crashes
- Bus accidents
- Rear end collisions
- SUV rollovers
- Drunk driving accidents
- Failure to stop and yield
- Pedestrian or bicycle accidents
Areas Our Car Accident Lawyers Practice
We represent clients throughout Central Illinois, including:
- McLean County
- Champaign County
- Sangamon County
- Peoria County
- Tazewell County
- LaSalle County
- Livingston County
- Macon County
The Primary Cities are: Bloomington, Champaign, Clinton, Danville, Decatur, Eureka, Gibson City, Joliet, Kankakee, Lacon. LaSalle, Lincoln, Monticello, Morris, Morton, Normal, Ottawa, Paxton, Pekin, Peoria, Peru, Pontiac, Springfield, Taylorville, Urbana, Washington, and Watseka.
Submitting Your Medical Bills Following an Accident
After an accident you may be prompted to send your medical bills to the other party’s insurance company. You should not do this. Often times the bills sit with the insurance companies and let them go to collection. There also may be other and better insurance coverage available to you.
Don’t Face The Consequences of an Auto Accident Alone
If you are injured in an auto accident, you don’t have to face the consequences alone. Contact Illinois auto accident lawyers and truck accident attorneys James P. Ginzkey and Chase T. Molchin.