Laird M. OzmonATTORNEY AT LAW
Ozmon Law has been dedicated solely to the representation of seriously and catastrophically Personal Injury victims and their families for over 30 years in cases including but not limited to Personal Injury Law, Medical Malpractice, Birth-Related Injuries, Wrongful Death, Product Liability and Alpha-1 Antitrypsin Deficiency (AATD or A1AD).
Laird Ozmon has a track record of high dollar value settlements in personal injury law cases in Joliet and the greater Chicagoland area as well as in the nation. Laird Ozmon fights to establish liability and recover the maximum award of damages in cases including but not limited to:
- Auto Accidents
- Truck Accidents
- Motorcycle Accidents
- Construction Accidents
- Defective Products/Product Liability
- Work-Related Accidents
- Wrongful Death
- Injury-Related to Misdiagnosis
- Injury-Related to Medical Malpractice
- Injury from Someone’s Negligence
Laird Ozmon has successfully represented numerous family members for actions on behalf of themselves or their deceased loved one’s estate for wrongful death. Claims for wrongful death may fall under all categories of personal injury cases including, general negligence, medical malpractice, products liability, etc. A wrongful death case is filed on behalf of a deceased person by his/her legal heirs for the losses they sustained by reason of the death that were caused by another’s wrongful conduct. The damages that are recoverable in a wrongful death action may include the loss of love, affection, guidance, protection, companionship, money, goods or services.
Laird Ozmon has always gone the extra mile necessary to prosecute product liability cases, finding the most experienced experts to testify and garner the best outcome for victims.
Laird Ozmon was recently awarded the highest settled Medical Malpractice suit in the history of Will County for 9.2 million.
BIRTH RELATED INJURIES
Bringing a claim for the medical malpractice of the health care providers involved in the labor and delivery of your child may be the only way your family can obtain the financial resources to deal with the costs of future medical care or assisted living expenses for your injured child. Laird Ozmon has all the experience necessary to get what you need to care for your family.
ALPHA-1 ANTITRYPSIN DEFICIENCY
Have you been diagnosed with Chronic Asthma or COPD? You may in fact have AATD.
Alpha-1 Antitrypsin Deficiency also know as A1AD or AATD is commonly misdiagnosed as chronic asthma or COPD. In fact, out of the 12 million patients diagnosed with COPD in America, approximately 1-3% are predicted to have A1AD. Left untreated, A1AD results in progressive destruction of lung tissue resulting in severe loss of lung function and life expectancy.
Laird Ozmon has pioneered the fight to seek fair compensation for those patients who have been misdiagnosed and have suffered such serious lung damage.
Ozmon Law News
STUDY GIVES SKEWED VIEW OF THE U.S. TORT SYSTEM
Beware of a recent study conducted by the biased U.S. Chamber Institute for Legal Reform claiming the costs and compensation paid for the U.S. tort system totaled $429 billion for 2016. In an effort to incite public outcry it implies it is scandalous that plaintiffs...
MAKING OF A GOOD WITNESS
Recent news events have highlighted the importance of being a compelling witness on your own behalf. The quality of witness’s presentation both superficially and substantively directly impacts one’s ability to make a case. In the context of a personal injury claim, if...
Recent Changes to Illinois Tort Immunity and How it Affects You
Tort immunity is a concept created by lawmakers to balance the interests of a public entity funded by taxpayers against the interests of individual taxpayers in obtaining compensation for an injury caused by the wrongful conduct of a public entity or...
The Survival Instinct is on Life Support, Let’s Come to Our Senses
My blogs this summer have touched on a recurring theme, how a plaintiff’s contributory negligence can diminish or defeat her case. As the best time of year to be in Chicago comes to a close, I have to bring this discussion full circle with one final observation I see...
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