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Searching for the right personal injury attorney in Illinois can be overwhelming. Your lawyer will represent you at a stressful time when you are vulnerable and worried. While every injury and case is different, you may find reassurance and wisdom in learning more about what others have gone through. Browse through our list of case results and accident settlements for a better understanding of what the personal injury lawyers at Lipkin & Higgins can do for you. Contact us online or call our Chicago, Illinois office for more information.

$4,000,000 Medical Malpractice Award When Telemetry Unit’s Failed Response Leads to Brain Injury

Nurses failed to respond in time to the dropping heart rate of a patient, resulting in a severe brain injury. Read more about the medical malpractice case from Lipkin & Higgins.
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Injured Deliveryman Awarded $290,000 When Store Owner Ignores Defects

Chicago personal injury attorneys Lipkin & Higgins help settle a case where a delivery man slips and falls due to a store's negligence, but is denied payment by the store's insurance.
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31 Year Old DUI Driver Collects $200,000 From Truck Accident Without Lawsuit

A truck accident with a sober driver and intoxicated driver resulted in a 50/50 settlement without a lawsuit. Learn more, today.
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Minor damage car accident results in $250,000 policy limit settlement

A cab company tried to use a personal injury client’s age against her in a quality of life claim. Learn more from the lawyers at Lipkin & Higgins.
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Workers Compensation Claim Earns Wage Differential Settlement of $200,000

Wage differential allowed a Lipkin & Higgins client to earn a $200,000 workers compensation settlement.
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Surgery on Wrong Knee Results in $700,000 Work Comp and Medical Malpractice Settlement

A workers compensation and medical malpractice client underwent surgery after a workplace injury, but the surgeon operated on the wrong knee.
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