Injured in an accident or suffered from medical malpractice, or have you otherwise been harmed and want to see if you have a potential cause for a lawsuit in Aurora, Illinois?
Our Aurora personal injury attorneys are here to help.
With offices around the Aurora, Illinois area, we can meet with you in person, over the phone, or via online meetings to talk about your potential case.
We deeply sympathize and understand the shock and anguish you and your loved ones must be feeling and we are here to help you navigate the Illinois legal system.
We represent men, women, and children in the Aurora area of northern Illinois who have been injured due to the negligent or intentional acts of a third party, whether that is an individual, a company, or both.
The Aurora personal injury lawyers at Zayed Law Offices are ready to represent your best interests during challenging times.
We understand your legal rights to compensation when you or a loved one are injured or harmed by the negligent actions of others.
We have offices located in Aurora and across the greater Chicago area in order to better serve you.
Keep in mind that while you may reside in one area of Illinois, other factors play a role in where your lawsuit may be filed and the case heard and ruled upon by a judge.
We have experience successfully winning cases in Aurora, its nearby cities and townships, and throughout the greater Chicago, Illinois area.
The factors that influence where your case is filed include but are not limited to:
We will work for you to ensure the most favorable venue and outcome for your case.
At Zayed Law offices, our Chicago and Aurora personal injury attorneys help you recover the compensation that you deserve.
Located approximately 40 miles west of Chicago and adjacent to Naperville, Aurora is home to over 200,000 people and is known as the “City of Lights” because it was one of the first U.S. municipalities to illuminate public areas with electric streetlights.
It lies on the Fox River between Dupage, Kane, Kendall, and Will counties and was founded in 1834. Aurora was originally known as McCarty’s Mills. Today, the city of Aurora is known for its significant architecture including structures designed by luminaries like Frank Lloyd Wright, Ludwig Mies van der Rohe, Bruce Goff, and George Grant Elmslie along with over 50 historic Sears catalog homes and 7 Lustron all-steel homes.
Aurora has a popular dockside gaming and gambling facility in the Hollywood Casino Aurora, which is situated on the Fox River and features 53,000 square feet and 1,200 gaming options.
It is a regional transportation hub, with a general aviation airport owned and operated by the city of Aurora – the Aurora Municipal Airport – located just outside the city limits in Sugar Grove, Illinois. It is a reliever airport for Chicago’s O’Hare and Midway airports and handles international cargo.
Aurora is the final stop on the Burlington Northern Santa Fe line of the Chicagoland area’s Metra commuter rail system, connecting the city center with downtown Chicago. It also is part of the Pace Suburban Bus network which connects Aurora to Naperville, Geneva, Batavia, Oswego, and St. Charles.
Interstate 88 and U.S. Highways 30 and 34 run through Aurora along with Illinois highway routes 25, 31, 56, 59, and 110.
Aurora has the second-largest police force in the state of Illinois, encompassing 16 police districts and 3 patrol areas. There are 9 fire stations.
Court cases in the Aurora area jurisdiction are typically heard in Kane County in the Aurora Branch or the Elgin Branch courts. The Aurora court hears cases from Aurora, North Aurora, Montgomery, Sugar Grove, and the Fox Valley Park District. Elgin court cases originate in Elgin, South Elgin, Carpentersville, East Dundee, West Dundee, Sleepy Hollow, and Gilberts.
Aurora is home to two hospitals and several medical clinics along with a thriving medical district, with more medical care options located in nearby Naperville and other towns.
There are 108 nursing homes or senior living facilities within the Aurora city limits and many others in the surrounding townships and cities.
A number of Fortune 500 and other major companies have branches in Aurora and the nearby cities.
Aurora is situated near Chicago, where there are several world-class research universities and over 100 colleges, universities, graduate schools, and more. The city of Aurora itself has six public school districts. The city itself is home to Aurora University, two branches of Waubonsee Community College, and a branch of Rasmussen College.
The city has two daily newspapers under the Tribune Publishing umbrella and a number of smaller publications are produced in Aurora and the nearby cities as well.
Aurora has one sister city – Iguala, Mexico.
Our complete personal injury law firm services Aurora and the surrounding cities in Dupage, Kane, Kendall, and Will counties.
Do you believe that you are owed compensation for a catastrophic injury, wrongful death, motor vehicle accident, or other negligence due to the actions of a third party?
Contact our personal injuries attorneys for a free consultation.
We take personal injury cases and personal injury lawsuits on a contingency basis and you will not pay a penny out of pocket.
If you have questions about retaining Zayed Law Offices on a contingency fee basis in connection with a complex personal injury, medical malpractice, or wrongful death case, do not hesitate to call 630.348.9513 or fill out our quick contact form for a free, no-obligation, online initial consultation.
Start your journey towards repayment for damages and losses today.
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