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 or around Peoria, Illinois?
Our Peoria personal injury attorneys are here to help.
With offices around the Peoria, 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 Peoria area of central and northern Illinois who have been injured due to a third party’s negligent or intentional acts, whether that is an individual, a company, or both.
The Peoria 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 Peoria and across the greater Chicago and northern Illinois 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 Peoria, 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 Peoria personal injury attorneys help you recover the compensation that you deserve.
Situated in northern central Illinois, Peoria sits directly on the Illinois River and has a thriving Riverfront district with picturesque views and the popular Riverfront museum, the Pettengill-Morron House, and the John C. Flanagan House along with a planetarium, a sculpture garden, and a collection of fine art. Peoria Lake is located in the northeast sector and features Glen Oak Park with the Luthy Botanical Garden and Peoria Zoo. To the west, there is the Wildlife Prairie Park with forest trails and native animals including bison, cougars, and bears.
It is the Peoria county seat and it is home to over 115,000 people. Peoria city is the center of the Peoria Metropolitan area of central Illinois, which includes Marshall, Stark, Tazewell, and Woodford counties in addition to Peoria county itself.
The heartland town is the focus of the phrase “will it play in Peoria?” which has vaudeville origins and is used to indicate whether or not something will be popular and accepted in mainstream America.
Peoria, Illinois has long been a major transportation hub and trading and shipping center due to its location on the Illinois River in the heart of the northern Midwest. The city’s traditional manufacturing industries remain essential with companies that produce heavy equipment and engines, earthmoving equipment, metal products, lawn-care equipment, steel towers, farm equipment, building materials, steel, wire, and chemicals all located in and around Peoria.
Peoria is a transportation hub for central Illinois and accordingly, it is served by Interstate 74, Interstate 474, and Interstate 155 as well as U.S. Route 150. Seven state highways also run through Peoria, including Illinois Routes 6, 8, 29, 40, 91, and 116.
As a regional shipping transit hub, Peoria has connections for 10 carrier railroad systems but no intercity passenger rail connections. The General Wayne Downing Peoria International Airport is located just west of the city and has connections with American, United, and Allegiant along with numerous cargo carriers. Buses connect central Peoria with nearby townships including East Peoria, Peoria Heights, West Peoria, and Pekin, Illinois.
Peoria itself has 19 police districts and the area is also served by the Peoria County Sheriff with 165 full-time staff members and 24 part-time employees. There are 39 fire stations in Peoria County.
Court cases in the Peoria area jurisdiction are typically heard in the Peoria County Circuit Court or the U.S. District Court for the Central District of Illinois, which includes 46 counties and hears cases in Peoria, Urbana, Springfield, and Rock Island.
Peoria is home to 3 major hospitals and multiple medical clinics. The Children’s Hospital of Illinois, the University of Illinois College of Medicine, and the Midwest Affiliate of St. Jude’s Hospital are all in Peoria’s medical district. The surrounding areas of Peoria are supported by the UnityPoint Health-Methodist hospital and associated hospitals and clinics. Peoria is also the home of the Institute of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation.
There are 39 nursing homes or senior living facilities within the Peoria city limits and many others in the surrounding townships and cities in northern and central Illinois.
The city of Peoria has 4 public school districts along with several charter schools and other private schools.
The city has a daily newspaper – the Peoria Journal Star. There are 14 commercial radio stations, 4 non-commercial radio stations, 5 commercial television stations, and 1 noncommercial television station.
Peoria has 4 sister cities – Aytou, Lebanon; Benxi, China; Clonmel, Ireland; and Friedrichshafen, Germany.
Our complete personal injury law firm services Peoria and the surrounding cities in Peoria, Marshall, Stark, Tazewell, and Woodford 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 309.518.1413 or fill out for a free, no-obligation, online initial consultation.
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