Will County Serious Injury Lawyer

HEAD INJURY/BRAIN DAMAGE

Head injuries can be as mild as a bump, bruise (contusion), or cut on the head, or can be moderate to severe in nature due to a concussion, deep cut or open wound, fractured skull bone(s), or from internal bleeding and damage to the brain.

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SPINAL INJURIES

Injuries to the spinal cord can be devastating, resulting in quadriplegia or paraplegia. After such a catastrophic injury, the lives of you and your family are changed forever.

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FRACTURES

You can sustain a fracture in almost any kind of accident. When you get a fracture, it may not be healed by simply having a cast placed on the area with the fracture and letting it heal. Factures can often lead to permanent and irreparable injury. There are many factors which can determine how serious and long-lasting fractures and their effects will last – the severity of the initial fracture, how quick you seek out medical attention for the fracture, the quality of the medical care received and how well the fracture heals.

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JOINT INJURIES

Joint injuries caused by an accident typically involve injuries suffered to the knee, ankle, shoulder or elbow. When these areas of the body are injured in an accident the effects on your life can be particularly drastic. An injury to the knee or ankle can severely restrict or entirely eliminate your ability to move around and perform the functions of your everyday life. Injuries to your shoulder and elbow, while not affecting your ability to be mobile, can significantly reduce your ability to perform simple everyday tasks such as washing your hair or reaching to get objects out of overhead cabinets.

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Slip and Falls in the Winter

Winter conditions make functioning daily more dangerous. Slips and falls are one of the most common accidents and they can result in a variety of injuries from scrapes and bruises ...

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Safety Tips for Motorcyclists

Operating a motorcycle is an exciting way to get around. However, according to the National Motorcycle Institute, driving a motorcycle is 27 times more dangerous than operating a car. Unlike ...

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Pedestrian Safety Tips

In 2007, the National Highway and Traffic Safety Administration reported that over 4,500 pedestrians were killed as result of an auto accident. It is the responsibility of drivers and pedestrians ...

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James A. Payonk, Jr.

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10705 W 159th St.
Orland Park, Illinois 60467

708-633-6005