Bement & Stubblefield, LLC

(618) 277-8260

Quality Legal Representation For Individuals, Employees and Union Members

Personal Injury Lawyers Serving Belleville, IL

Have you been injured at the fault of someone else? Need help? Call your local personal injury lawyers for the representation you need to pursue damages. At BementStubblefield, LLC, we provide a variety of legal advice to those in Belleville, Illinois and throughout the surrounding areas. As a local firm, we take pride in helping people all over the local community receive the help they need when someone causes them injury. With over 40 years of legal experience, expect honest and focused representation from our professionals. Contact us now to get started by scheduling a free legal consultation of your claims!

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Why file a personal injury claim?

It’s not fair to have to worry about an injury because of someone else’s negligence. However, injuries do happen, and steps must be taken to ensure you’re not suffering financially because of it. Many injured people face a loss of wages that put their ability to live comfortably in jeopardy. While all cases vary depending on the specifics of the situation, we may be able to collect damages for the following things:

  • Pain & Suffering
  • Loss of Wages
  • Loss of Future Earning Potential
  • Future Medical Expenses
  • Past Medical Expenses
  • Etc.

What injuries qualify for a claim?

Whether or not you receive benefits will depend on the specific details surrounding your case. Also, in order to be compensated, it’s imperative that we prove your injuries were caused by the accused parties. Usually, when lawyers get involved, it’s due to injuries that are so severe in nature that they cause life-altering pain and hardship to the victims. Some injuries that we’ve dealt with include:

  • Paraplegia
  • Quadriplegia
  • Severe Burns
  • Neck & Back Injuries
  • Paralysis
  • Traumatic Brain Injuries
  • Amputations
  • Spinal Cord Injuries

These are only examples of injuries. Your specific case should be discussed to provide accurate information.