Anytime a driver operates a motor vehicle, they are accepting responsibility for the safety of everyone else on the road. However, accidents can and do happen. When a driver’s neglectful behaviors or actions result in a serious injury or death of another person, the driver should be held liable. Since 1999, Tenenbaum Law Group has helped people who have been seriously injured in accidents seek the compensation and justice they deserve.learn more
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Tenenbaum Law Group is your local legal resource concentrating in personal injury litigation, where our attorneys are committed to vindicating the rights of people hurt by the negligence of others. We are proud to offer extensive litigation experience, with a record of success that has earned us clients' acclaim.
Transportation Accidents Lawyer, Glenview
Construction Accidents Lawyer, Glenview
These injuries are often suffered from falls, electrocution, or being hit by objects. Injuries at construction sites can be severe and life-changing. In Illinois, there are special laws in place to protect the health and safety of construction workers. Unfortunately, these laws are not always followed. Injuries are common to the neck, back, and eyes. Common injuries for construction accident victims include collapsed or defective scaffolding, faulty ladders, steep stairs, unsecured ladders, falling objects, improperly installed objects, tool malfunction, demolition, contact with dangerous substances or lack of supply of protective gear like goggles or breathing apparatus.learn more
Burn Injuries Lawyer, Glenview
Burns are largely painful because they can leave both physical and emotional scars that affect the quality of the victims’ lives. Should a burn be the result of a workplace accident, negligent property management, or poor product design, it is possible for victims to recover compensation for their injuries. Insurance companies do not like making claims on behalf of their policyholders, so it is common for victims to encounter resistance when seeking the compensation that they rightfully deserve. Contact us today to learn how our attorneys can help you with your burn injury claim so that you are able to secure the maximum amount of compensation Illinois law will allow.learn more
Premises Liability Lawyer, Glenview
Premises liability claims include situations when a tenant or visitor has an accident on property that is owned by another person or entity. If the harm that the victim experienced was caused by negligence on the part of the property owner, the owner can be held liable for their acts or omissions that caused the victim’s harm, and the victim can be entitled to damages. If you are in a premises liability accident, seek medical help, keep a record of all receipts, and call us at 847-724-0300 for a free consultation with a Cook County personal injury lawyer.learn more
Medical Malpractice Lawyer, Glenview
Annually, thousands of people are injured or die because of mistakes made by medical professionals. These preventable accidents happen in hospitals, private practices, clinics, and more. Our medical malpractice attorneys represent clients who have been injured or killed by inattentive or purposeful acts of healthcare providers like hospitals, doctors, nurses, dentists, chiropractors, etc. We handle a large range of medical malpractice cases for clients in the Chicago suburbs and throughout Illinois.learn more
Pharmaceutical Errors Lawyer, Glenview
Although pharmacies have a system of checking and verifying prescriptions to prevent errors, mistakes still occur. According to The National Academies of Sciences Engineering and Medicine, pharmaceutical errors injure 1.5 million people each year. It is important for those taking prescription medications to inquire about any concerns they may have immediately. Pharmaceutical errors can lead to serious injuries or illnesses, especially because many people rely on daily prescription medications for serious health conditions, and going without or substituting a vital medication can be fatal.learn more
Wrongful Death Lawyer, Glenview
A wrongful death is a death that has been caused by the fault of another person. For example, deaths caused by a drunk driver, a dangerous or defective product, unsafe building construction, negligence in a nursing home or hospital, failing to diagnose a disease, and more.
Wrongful death lawsuits or claims are generally filed by family members or beneficiaries of the person who died. When you contact us, our wrongful death lawyers will help you determine who in your family may file the wrongful death lawsuit. In some instances, these claims are filed to obtain monetary damages to cover the earnings the deceased person would have providedlearn more
Negligent Security Lawyer, Glenview
Premises liability law requires many property owners to maintain a safe property and to take care of foreseeable hazards before they end up hurting somebody; this includes the hazard of violent crime. If a public or private property is located in a known high-crime area or presents an attractive target to criminals for other reasons, the owner or manager of the property may be required to take reasonable measures to prevent crimes on the premises. Negligent security can exist in all kinds of properties, like apartments, hotels, college dorms, malls, bars, schools, and more. Negligence may even include terrorist attacks, identity theft, and cyber attacks.learn more
Product Liability Lawyer, Glenview
Product liability refers to holding a manufacturer or seller responsible for their mistake of allowing dangerous or defective products to be sold to consumers. There is no federal product liability law—each state has its own set of consumer protections that cover negligence, strict liability, and breach of warranty of manufacturers and sellers. A few of the most common product liabilities include auto product liability, crib recalls, defective airbags, defective medical devices, food poisoning, and more.
Manufacturers and distributors should be held responsible for their mistakes, and you shouldn’t have to deal with injuries because of another person’s negligence.