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An accident that seems just like an accident may still be considered an Illinois wrongful death case.It was a dark and stormy night. She missed the red light because she couldn’t see a thing in such bad weather. His car simply slipped on the ice in a terrible storm; he really can’t be blamed for that, can he?

Wrong. When it comes to wrongful death claims in Illinois, even a truly inadvertent accident can still be brought to court.

You don’t have to feel bad about going after someone whose actions—intentional or not—caused your loved one’s death. Accidents happen, yes, but others must still be held responsible for their actions, even in an Illinois auto accident.

If you’ve lost someone you love, you deserve to be compensated, period. No matter whether the person who caused your family pain intended to do so or not, the blunt truth is that you did lose a family member, you are in pain, and there are bills that must be paid.

As Rockford wrongful death attorneys, we understand that this is a painful time for you. When you’ve lost someone who was very dear to you, the last thing you want to do is revisit the cause of your pain again and again. Trying to come up with the finances for final medical bills or funeral costs might seem overwhelming. Dealing with insurance adjusters might be too stressful.

Let us do the dirty work for you. At Hupy & Abraham, we have the experience necessary to get the most for your Illinois wrongful death. For more information, call our offices at 866-532-4800 and request your free copy of our book, The Ultimate Guide For Automobile Accident Victims.

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