Chicago’s Personal Injury Attorney
Edward S. Rueda is a lawyer like no-other. A passion for justice for his clients, who are needlessly injured due to the carelessness of others, defines his approach to representation of his clients. Having a passion for justice is what clients need when they face an aggressive defense that prefers to place the injured client on trial rather than the careless at-fault defendant! Edward believes in keeping the focus of his client’s case exactly where it should be: on the careless behavior of the at-fault defendant. The clients who needlessly suffer an injury should never feel they are the “bad-guys”. Yet, too often, this is the reality when an injured person seeks compensation for their loss. Edward believes that true justice can only be realized when the human story behind the injury is told. The injury victim, who in many instances has suffered a serious and catastrophic loss, has a story to tell and this story deserves to be told, and must be told, in order to achieve the fullest compensation for their injuries and change in life. Edward was born and raised in raised in Chicago and his entire career has been spent in private practice concentrating on servicing the people in his very own community. Your matter is in good experienced hands as Edward has prevailed and achieved a “no-loss” record in each case that has reached final disposition whether at trial or at the appellate level. This record speaks volumes with regard to Edward’s passion for justice in the representation of the injured.
- 2011 State Bar of Illinois
Getting injured at work can be scary and stressful, especially if you are not sure what to do. Hopefully your employer has given you basic steps for what to do if you are injured while working. Workers’ Compensation can get very confusing, so it is worth consulting with an attorney to help you file correctly.
Having a child should be a joyous, celebratory occasion. Sadly, this event can be tarnished by a birth injury. Birth injuries unfortunately occur in about 6 out of every 1,000 births in the United States every year. Birth injury is a form of medical malpractice that can happen during prenatal care or during the actual child birth.
Even with today’s advances in medical technology, medical malpractice still happens. While doctors and nurses work hard every day, mistakes can be made, and sometimes they are just not paying enough attention to what is going on. In the United States, medical malpractice is the third leading cause of death.