Chicago Personal Injury and Workers' Compensation Law Firm
Horwitz, Horwitz & Associates is a premier trial law firm in Chicago, Illinois. Our family has focused solely on representing the injured since 1924 and concentrates its focus in all types of serious injury, construction injury, nursing home abuse and neglect, and wrongful death litigation. In addition to personal injury, our firm has a whole department of experienced Illinois workers compensation lawyers devoted to helping Illinois employees who have suffered from a workplace injury.
When you are wrongly injured in an accident due to someone else's negligence, it is important that you have an experienced Chicago personal injury lawyer who not only fights for your rights, but also your livelihood. Generally, personal injury cases cause more than just physical pain. At Horwitz, Horwitz & Associates, we are committed to protecting both your rights and your livelihood.
Chicago Personal Injury Lawyers
Clifford Horwitz, Jay Luchsinger and Michael Carter recently won the largest non-death compensatory personal injury verdict in Illinois history as noted by the Illinois Jury Verdict Reporter. A Cook County jury awarded the record personal injury verdict of $64 million on behalf of a local 393 ironworker who fell and was left paralyzed from a job-site accident. The $64 million verdict was a staggering $13 million higher than the previous record verdict in Illinois of $51 million. To date, there is only one personal injury verdict that has been awarded to an individual in the history of the United States that has been higher - a $66 million verdict out of New York.
The Chicago personal injury attorneys at Horwitz, Horwitz & Associates have recovered over $1 billion for clients who were injured in auto accidents, airplane accidents, construction accidents, truck accidents, defective products, nursing homes, workplace accidents, and even riverboat & maritime accidents.
If you would like to speak to a Chicago personal injury attorney about a potential case that occured in Cook County or other surrounding county, please call our Chicago office at (312) 372-8822. If you are in Will County, Grundy County, Kendall County, or other surrounding county and wish to speak with a Joliet personal injury lawyer, please call our Joliet office at (815) 723-8822.
Chicago Workers Compensation Attorneys
Mitchell Horwitz heads the workers' compensation team at Horwitz, Horwitz & Associates with over 35 years of experience. He has handled thousands of cases from arbitration through the appellate courts. Recently, Mitchell was named one of the Top 10 Workers Compensation Lawyers in Illinois by Leading Lawyers magazine.
Chicago workers' compensation attorneys at Horwitz, Horwitz & Associates have been instrumental in helping the injured workers of Illinois. In 2010, attorney Marc Perper convinced the Supreme Court of Illinois to reverse an appellate court decision that was unfavorable to workers who were on temporary light duty. The Illinois Supreme Court agreed with Perper's argument that when an employer fires an individual while the person is on temporary light duty, regardless of whether the firing is for 'cause' - the employer must reinstate weekly disability benefits. Attorney Mark Weissburg authored the book, "How to Win a Workers' Compensation Claim in Illinois" providing useful insight on how to file and win an Illinois workers compensation claim.
If you would like to speak to a Chicago workers compensation attorney about a potential work injury that occured in Cook County or other surrounding county, plese call our Chicago office at (312) 372-8822. If you are in Will County, Grundy County, Kendall County, or other surrounding county and wish to speak with a Joliet workers compensation lawyer, please call our Joliet office at (815) 723-8822.
- Construction Injuries
- Workers’ Compensation
- Work Related Injuries
- Nursing Home Abuse/Neglect
- Back Injury
- Brain Injury
- Spinal Cord Injury
- Automobile Accidents
- Truck Accidents
- Motorcycle Accidents
- Wrongful Death
- Medicare Fraud
- Railroad Accidents
- Maritime /Jones Act
- Unsafe Premises
- Defective Products