98%

Victory Rate

Motorcycle collisions are often the result of inattention on the part of automobile and truck drivers who fail to see bikers when changing lanes or proceeding through intersections. It is not uncommon for motorists to blame a motorcycle rider for causing a collision. Illinois is a modified comparative negligence state, so if you are found 51% or more at fault in contributing to the collision, you are barred from recovering any damages. Alternatively, if you are 50% or less at fault, your damages will be reduced by the percentage of your fault. As a result, insurance companies have a financial incentive to shift as much blame onto bikers as possible. At McNabola Law Group, we work with collision investigators and reconstruction experts to measure skid marks, interview eyewitnesses, analyze crash debris, and collect and examine other evidence to hold negligent automobile and truck drivers responsible, to protect our clients’ interests and obtain fair and reasonable compensation.

$6

million

Motorcycle Negligence - A teenager and her father were injured in a motorcycle collision. The 15 y/o suffered a severe fracture of her right ankle and has required multiple surgeries

Lead Trial Attorney Mark McNabola

$10

million

Trucking Negligence - A grandmother who was rendered wheelchair dependent in a motor vehicle incident involving car versus truck. The offer for settlement prior to trial was only $2 million.

Lead Trial Attorney Mark McNabola and Ruth Degnan

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From our offices in downtown Chicago our personal injury litigation attorneys represent clients in communities throughout Cook County and Illinois. Learn more about ways we can help you receive the compensation you need for your physical, mental, emotional, and financial recovery. Contact us today to schedule a free initial consultation.

$27

million

Product Liability - Family man paralyzed in a boating injury when he fell from the upper deck of a yacht. The offer by the insurance company for the defendant was only $3 million before trial and $25 million after three weeks of jury trial, offered after closing arguments.

Lead Trial Attorney Mark McNabola and Ruth Degnan

$20

million

Construction Site Negligence - A man was demonstrating construction equipment known as a “man lift," and was elevated in the air. The lift collapsed, and the plaintiff suffered permanent injuries to his ankle and lower back. McNabola represented one of two seriously injured plaintiffs. Prior to trial, the offer was only $3 million.

Lead Trial Attorney Mark McNabola