Drunk drivers abound in the Chicago area, whether we like to think about it or not. At any given moment, day or night, a drunk driver can take an individual by surprise and cause a drunk driving accident leading to serious injuries. If you have been hurt in this type of accident, then you know the amount of pain and suffering and the extent of financial damage that can be caused. In the aftermath of such a wreck, you may find yourself wondering how best to pursue a personal injury lawsuit against the driver who injured you.
Like what was discussed last week with regard to chain of custody, a personal injury lawsuit plaintiff needs to know not only how to use the rules of evidence to strengthen their argument, but also to attack a defense's claims. This often requires extensive legal knowledge, quick thinking, and a persuasive argument.
The attorneys at Konicek & Dillon PC know how to properly establish the chain of custody, respond to opposing counsels' objections and make strong objections to detrimental evidence. By objecting when appropriate, our team not only seeks to secure a victory at trial, but we preserve the issue for appeal should the case be lost, giving our clients' a second chance to make their argument.
The law, like choosing an attorney, can be riddled with complexities. Thus, if you have been injured by a drunk driver and need compensation for your medical expenses, lost wages and pain and suffering, then you need to make sure you do your research before determining what further action to take.