Chicago Illinois Wrongful Death Attorneys
What We Do
At Fichera & Miller, we offer a full range of legal representation to clients and their families who have suffered as a result of the negligence or carelessness of another. Our experience and our commitment to service give our clients confidence and peace of mind.
We have over 100 years of combined experience. We speak English, Spanish, Italian, and Polish to better serve our clients. We do not charge a fee without a recovery. These are just some of the areas we practice in:
Our attorneys have experience in many areas, including slip and fall, premises liability, animal bites and animal attacks, building accidents and elevator injuries, and others ranging from the minor to the serious and catastrophic. If you have been injured by something or someone else, personal injury law may entitle you to recover.
We provide legal representation to working men and women who are injured on the job, either in a construction or warehouse accident, with a repetitive stress injury, in a worker’s compensation or litigation context. We can help you and your family recover money for medical bills and lost wages.
We think it is part of our duty to hold other professionals accountable for their actions. If you or someone you know has suffered because of a surgical error, hospital or emergency room error, or a failure to diagnose a condition, we can help.
Defective products hurt thousands of consumers every year, often causing severe injury and death. When a dangerous product is released to the public and causes serious injury, the innocent victim is entitled to be compensated for their injuries and losses.
We are especially concerned with asserting the rights of newborns and their families who have suffered as a result of a birth injury. Palsy, retardation, bodily injuries, and brachial plexus can require additional challenges and resources that can be met with the help of our attorneys.
Because of their experience, our Chicago wrongful death attorneys find compensation and accountability for the death of your loved one, whatever the accident or conditions that befell them.