Personal Injury Lawyer, Chicago, IL

William S. Wojcik is your Chicago Personal Injury Law Firm serving Chicago, Oak Lawn, & Chicagoland's Southwest Suburbs.

The Law Offices of William S. Wojcik, Ltd., have provided decisive legal advice to injured clients throughout the Chicago area's southwest side and south suburbs for over 36 years. 

Our firm provides our injured clients with the resources they need to make their voice heard by the legal system in order to protect their rights and maximize their recoveries. 



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Our founding attorney, William S. Wojcik, provides our firm with a publicly recognized knowledge base. He is a recipient of the Martindale-Hubbell Client Distinction Award for 2012-2013 for quality of service, overall value, responsiveness and communication ability. He is also a member of the Million Dollar Advocates Forum & Multi-Million Dollar Advocates Forum featuring The Top Trial Lawyers in America and a member of the Illinois Trial Lawyers Association.

$3.775 Million Dollar Medical Malpractice Settlement . . .

Cook County, Illinois
$3.775 million settlement for multiple female plaintiffs whose ob/gyn doctor allegedly performed unnecessary biopsies on them in his office. Legal efforts in this civil case also led to suspension of doctor's license to practice medicine.

$3.4 Million Dollar Auto & Car Accident Jury Verdict . . .

Cook County, Illinois
$3.4 million-dollar jury verdict for female auto passenger who suffered a cardiac tamponade when struck by alleged drunk driver who crossed center line of traffic. Plaintiff returned to full-time work 3-1/2 months after accident. The jury's verdict included $3.25 million dollars in compensatory damages, $50,000 to plaintiff's husband (who did not appear at trial) for loss of consortium, and $100,000 in punitive damages.

$3.37 Million Dollar Auto & Car Accident Settlement . . .

Cook County, Illinois $3.37 Million Settlement Reprinted from page 1 of the Cook County Jury Verdict and Settlement Reporter Deft tractor-trailer driver Gary Sucku made a left turn from northbound Archer into the Dolphin Cartage truckyard near Knox. Deft Jason Kondys, driving a Pontiac 70 mph in rainy conditions, struck the rear tandem wheels of Sucku's trailer, causing F-16 backseat passenger to sustain torn descending aorta requiring a Hernashield graft, epidural hematoma, closed head injury causing ongoing headaches, and traumatic Bell's Palsy which has resolved ($235,000 medl. expense). Pltf is currently seeking her GED and plans to attend college. Confidential insurers paid $3,350,000 for Sucku and $20,000 policy limit for Kondys.

$2.1 Million Dollar Personal Injury Settlement . . .

Cook County, Illinois
$2,100,000 million settlement for a 34 year old Lemont pipefitter who was injured when he tripped and fell on stairs at a newly opened commercial office building in Western Springs received $2.1 million in a settlement approved by a Cook County judge. Steven Brocken suffered an ankle sprain which required surgery and developed Complex Regional Pain Syndrome in his left foot and ankle according to his attorney, William S. Wojcik of Oak Lawn. The fall was unwitnessed. Mr. Brocken alleged that his fall was caused by a high stair riser in a rear stairwell at the building. The settlement ended a lawsuit that had been filed in 2006 against the building's owner, 800 Hillgrove LLC., its general contractor, Everett Builders and several sub-contractors.

$1.5 Million Dollar Medical Malpractice Settlement . . .

Cook County, Illinois
$1,500,000.00 settlement with laboratory in suit brought by female plaintiffs. Alleged a novel theory that led to recovery, namely, that the laboratory breached its ethical duty to inform women of lab's concern that their physician was performing unnecessary surgeries on them, and that the specimens sent to the lab did not correlate to the body parts their doctor allegedly removed. This case was the first case in the U.S.A. to assert that theory.

$1.495 Million Dollar Nursing Home & Medical Malpractice Settlement . . .

Cook County, Illinois $1.495 million - Elderly patient entered hospital for knee replacement. Surgical errors caused vascular injury and required nursing home stay which resulted in negligent wound care.

$1.2 Million Dollar Medical Malpractice Settlement . . .

Cook County, Illinois
$1.2 million settlement on behalf of newborn baby. Baby was infected perinatally with Hepatitis B. Hospital and doctor allegedly failed to administer Hepatitis B vaccine and Hepatitis B Immune Globulin at birth or during hospital stay, resulting in a chronic form of Hepatitis infection.

$1 Million Dollar Construction & Personal Injury Settlement . . .

Will County, Illinois
$1,000,000.00 settlement for laborer who was pinned under lattice boom crane, which collapsed while he was dismantling. Plaintiff suffered multiple fractures.

$800,000 Dollar Construction & Personal Injury Verdict . . .

Cook County, Illinois $800,000 verdict for "high burner" demolition worker who fell from a ladder after sparks from his cutting touch fell into an uncovered manhole that contained sewer gas and caused an explosion. Occurred at Amoco Oil Company's Whiting, Indiana, refinery. Plaintiff suffered fractures of his right knee.

$710,000 Dollar Personal Injury-Motor Vehicle Settlement . . .

Cook County, Illinois $710,000 settlement to sisters F-13 and F-14 who were traveling in a van owned and operated by deft transportation company on October 30, 2012. Near the intersection of Joliet and LaGrange (Countryside), the driver allegedly collided into two vehicles then rear-ended a stopped garbage truck. The 13-year old suffered a fractured femur (ORIF required) and the 14-year old suffered a pelvic rami fracture ($78,828 medical expenses total for both pltf). Confidential insurer paid $345,000 to F-13 and $365,00 to F-14.


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