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WHY CHOOSE DIXON LAW OFFICE?
Other Lawyers Said “You have no case.” We Got Her $1.3 Million
She was visiting Chicago for a convention. She arrived at O’Hare and boarded an airport “shuttle bus,” a van that transports people from the airport to local hotels. As she boarded the bus, she noticed that the seat belts were not working. She and a couple other passengers asked about them but were told they didn’t work.
The driver drove onto the expressway with the van full of passengers. He began driving aggressively, weaving in and out of the heavy traffic. At one point, he slammed on the brakes, tossing her from her seat. Her knee hit the seat in front of her. As she pulled herself up from the floor of the van, the other passengers asked the driver to slow down. Nothing changed.
She finally arrived at the hotel. She stepped down from the van onto a step. As she did, her knee gave way and she collapsed into the street. The impact on the pavement shattered her leg at the knee. She lay in the middle of a busy Chicago street in horrible pain.
That event altered her life. She required multiple surgeries. She spent a month in a Chicago area nursing home to recover before she could go back home. Even when she got back home, she required more surgeries and years of therapy. She was left with a horrible limp, scars up and down her leg, and months of time missed from work.
It seemed obvious enough that the van company had caused her injuries. But when she contacted lawyers, time and time again they all said “No, you have no case.” She fell out of a van on her own, it was her fault.
She then called Dixon Law Office. Our team immediately filed suit. We found the van driver and took his deposition. He denied his fault in the occurrence, denied a sudden stop, denied she was ejected from her seat. We also found the passengers in the van and took their depositions. They confirmed the events as our client related. Yes, the van stopped suddenly. Yes, she was ejected. They saw her rubbing her knee, the same knee that gave out as she stepped out of the van.
After years of litigation, with depositions in multiple States, the case began trial. On the third day of trial, Dixon Law Office secured a settlement of $1,300,000 for this deserving client.
At Dixon Law Office, we are in the business of helping our clients get the justice they deserve. We do this by listening to our clients and then fighting hard to get them the compensation they deserve.
If other lawyers have told you “You have no case,” call Dixon Law Office. We can evaluate your case and tell you how we can help you. It is what we do for you. Because when everything goes wrong, we make it right.
|Standing in the Fire
The sheriff shouted, “All rise for the jury.” I stood next to my client, just 17 years old. Her parents stood behind us.As the 12 jurors filed in quietly, they looked solemn and very serious. The jurors sat down and the sheriff said, “you may be seated.” The judge asked the foreperson if they had reached a verdict. “We have your honor.” The juror handed a piece of paper to the sheriff who handed it to the judge. As the judge read the verdict, tears of joy poured down my client’s face. We had won!
For every injured victim, hiring a lawyer and pursing a case for their injuries is really hard. People contact me at the worst time in their lives. They have been seriously injured or even lost a loved one to the fault of someone else. They have been in emergency rooms and hospitals, doctor’s offices and therapy centers. Sometimes, the last time they saw their loved one was at a funeral home. No one wants to hire a lawyer after that. But when you cannot get the help you need and deserve, I am often their last chance.
It was particularly hard for this client. When we met, she was just 15 years old. She had crossed the street in the darkness of night. She was crossing against the light. She was not blameless and she admitted that. But the car that hit her never slowed down and was going very fast. Why didn’t he see her or her friends?
I took on this case for a very simple reason: I believed her. I promised to ask questions and get answers. I promised to do the best I could to get her compensation for her injuries and find out exactly what happened.
Every case involves challenges. But when the client is a child, those challenges are magnified. The legal system does not care if your client is a child. The defense attorney had the right to push hard and he did. My client would have to endure the fire of cross-examination, deposition, and trial. I assured her that I would be right there with her, next to her in the fire.
As the case progressed, we were able to show that the man never saw the girl or her friends who crossed before her. He was likely speeding. Importantly, we were able to show he had been drinking (a fact the police never learned).
After the jury’s verdict was fully read, I hugged my client and her parents. All of us cried some more. There was relief that the fire was over but also satisfaction that we were right. The money from the verdict would be used to pay for therapy to help my client use her leg correctly. She would consider plastic surgery to fix the scars. She would also save some of that money and go to college.
Every case is different. But when I agree to represent a client, I promise to use my skills and abilities to get them the compensation they deserve. That means I and my staff all agree to stand in the fire with them. We will fight for them and do everything we can to get them justice. That is what we mean when we say, when everything goes wrong, we make it right.
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At Dixon Law Office, we are in the business of protecting the rights of our clients. We work hard for you, taking on insurance companies, large corporations, uncaring employers, reckless drivers, and bad doctors. We handle car accident claims, construction accidents, workplace injuries, medical malpractice cases. When you or a loved one has suffered a catastrophic injury, we have the skills to get you and your family the compensation they deserve.
A FEW NOTABLE RESULTS:
Pedestrian accident – $4,000,000 verdict for woman struck while walking on sidewalk
Construction accident – $1,325,000 for man who suffered broken neck in construction accident
Construction accident – $1,800,000 for man who suffered injuries when crane collapsed
Client was driving his empty semi-tractor to Costco to pick up a load when a car attempted to make a left turn in front of him. Client attempted to avoid the crash by turning right, but could not and a serious crash ensued resulting in serious injuries. Settlement: $1,120,000.00
When everything goes wrong, we make it right.
Should I Hire A Personal Injury Lawyer?
Almost always yes. A study done several years ago showed that people who had cases where they were represented by a lawyer typically received one third more money than had they represented themselves. This was true even after the lawyer fees were deducted...Read More
What Do I Bring When I Am Going To Meet With An Injury Attorney
You want to bring everything you have - this could be any police reports, any witness statements, any traffic tickets that you or the other person received, etc. If you have medical records from the hospital you want to bring those, etc. https://youtu.be/...Read More
What Is Your Approach To Helping Clients?
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How Do I Know If I Have A Case?
It is often hard to determine if a case is a case that a lawyer will get involved in. Generally speaking we are looking for things like serious injuries, catastrophic injuries or even wrongful death. There are also questions about who did what wrong? If y...Read More
Meet Your Team
G. Grant Dixon III
G. Grant Dixon III is the founder of the Dixon Law Office. As a trial lawyer, Grant represents plaintiffs in all forms of personal injury, wrongful death and worker’s compensation cases. He has obtained millions-of-dollars in compensation for his clients. Grant has received numerous awards including the prestigious “40 Under 40” award, Top Illinois Lawyers of 2017, Super Lawyers every year since 2014, Million Dollar Advocate, and many more. Grant has authored 23 articles in legal journals and law reviews and been an invited speaker on more than 76 occasions on a variety of legal topics.Read More
the Dixon DIFFERENCE?
Some firms talk about results in glitzy television commercials or long radio ads. We let our clients do the talking. They tell us they are happy with our representation 98% of the time. That’s because we get them results.
We at Dixon Law Office are very, very selective. Because we get hundreds of calls from clients who want to hire us, we are very selective. In fact, we accept only about 7% of all the cases we get asked to take.
We approach each case as if it will go to trial. By preparing cases for trial, Dixon Law Office ensures that we has the right legal strategy in place and has the evidence to back it up. This thorough preparation usually leads to a settlement without the need for a trial. However, if your case goes to court, you will have a smart, tenacious litigator fighting for you.
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