Workers’ compensation and personal injury law in Peoria, Illinois
Call Today for a Free Consultation: 309-323-9667

The Law Office of David Hunt wants you to know that we are still here for you in these troubling times. While we are following the Stay at Home order issued by the State of Illinois, we can still be reached as always by phone or email. Additionally, video consultations are available. Just let us know and we will make all the arrangements.

Personally Dedicated To Helping The Injured

Home » Personal Injury » Motor Vehicle Accident Injuries

Have You Been Injured In A Motor Vehicle Accident?

After a motor vehicle accident, you may have sustained personal injuries in addition to property damage. If you have been injured in your accident, you will want to seek medical attention as soon as possible. When a doctor confirms that you have an injury, you will want to consult a lawyer to discuss your options for seeking compensation.

I am attorney David Hunt, and I have more than three decades of experience representing my clients in their personal injury or workers’ compensation case. I provide my clients with personalized candid legal counsel. I will help you identify your options and find a beneficial solution.

Common Injuries Sustained In A Motor Vehicle Accident

The most common motor vehicle accident injuries are neck, back and brain injuries. These three types of injuries can result in whiplash, spinal cord damage, sprains and strains.

Motor vehicle accidents are those that involve other moving objects such as vehicles, pedestrians and road debris. These types of accidents also include stationary objects such as trees, poles and buildings. Your injury may have resulted from a collision with any of these objects.

Your motor vehicle accident injury may keep you from work for weeks or months. In addition, you may have to receive surgery or ongoing treatment for your personal injury. It is important for your case that you seek compensation as soon as possible.

You will want to begin building your case by collecting evidence against the at-fault party by taking photos of your injuries, making copies of your treatment plan, and reporting any additional pain or injuries to your doctor.

An Illinois Attorney You Can Trust To Guide You Through Your Entire Process

Contact my Peoria office today to schedule your free consultation by filling out this online contact form. You can also reach me by calling 309-323-9667.