Chicago, Illinois Pedestrian Accident – Car Crashes Into Building, Kills 1, Injures Another

In a Chicago, Illinois auto accident a person was killed and another was seriously injured when a motor vehicle struck a building near the Lincolnwood and Chicago border on Friday, according to the Chicago Suntimes. The car hit a building located in the 3800 block of West Devon Avenue. The Chicago Police Department, Major Accident Investigations were called to the scene.

No further information as to how the accident happened, or the identities of the driver and victims has been released. It was reportedly a “pin-in crash”.

In this type of case the family of the deceased will have a wrongful death claim against the driver who struck the building. The second injured person would have a personal injury claim as well.

Our firm recently handled a similar bizarre case where our client was at home in bed in a South suburb of Chicago when an elderly neighbor lost control of her car, crashed thourgh the wall of the house, and struck the plaintiff. The case settled out of court. The only issue in this type of case is typically damages, as there is no issue as to who is at fault.

These comments were posted by David Abels, a personal injury and wrongful death lawyer who represents clients throughout the Chicago area and the entire State of Illinois. Many of his clients come from Cook County, Lake County, DuPage County, McHenry County, Kane County, and Will County, as well as nearby neighborhoods and towns such as Rogers Park, Lincolnwood, Niles, Park Ridge, Morton Grove, Glenview, Wilmette, Rosemont, and Des Plaines.

Car Crash lawyers from his law firm handle all kinds of injuries resulting from auto accidents, including broken bones, spinal injuries, and severe lacerations. They also handle wrongful death cases for families who have lost loved ones because another person was negligent and caused a fatal car accident.

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