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Danville Personal Injury Attorneys

After an accident, you may have more to deal with than simply resting and recovering from your injuries. You may be faced with ongoing medical costs and life-altering changes as a result of your injuries. In some cases, your insurance company may not properly compensate you for all damages incurred. Fortunately, in some cases, the party responsible for your accident should be obligated to help you cover your expenses.

At Spiros Law, P.C., we believe that no one should have to suffer as a result of the negligence of another person or party. With the help of a knowledgeable and experienced team of Danville personal injury lawyers, you can fight for compensation you need from the responsible party in order to help cover the costs of your injury and other expenses. Contact our offices today at (217) 443-4343.





If you or a loved one has been injured in an accident, the personal injury attorneys at Spiros Law, P.C., are here to help.

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At Spiros Law, P.C., we do more than just help those who’ve been hurt in accidents caused by negligence. We are members of the Danville community, and we know how important it is to give back. Being involved in the community is a cornerstone of our practice, and every member of our team, from attorneys to support staff, are committed to helping others in any way we can. We routinely volunteer our time with wonderful and worthwhile causes.


Why Choose Us?

Choosing the right injury lawyer to represent you is an important and potentially life-changing one to make. It’s crucial to select an attorney and a firm that has the right experience and resources necessary to get the results you need and deserve.

Not all lawyers or injury firms are equal. Not every firm has secured over $100 million in compensation for its clients in the last decade. Founding partner Jim D. Spiros established Spiros Law with the goal of helping those who’ve been hurt in Danville and across southern Illinois. With his team of experienced and compassionate attorneys and knowledgeable support staff, Spiros Law, P.C. has become one of the premier firms in the state. With so much on the line, choose a team that can get you the full and fair compensation that you deserve. .


CASE RESULTS Our Records of Success


Female - 40 weeks pregnant - When she arrived at the hospital in the early morning, it was apparent a placental abruption had occurred. However, the doctor was not called to the hospital until the situation was dire.


Male- 26 years old- After undergoing a non-emergent medical procedure, our client woke up having suffered a catastrophic and completely avoidable stroke resulting in paralysis and permanent disablement.


Female – 29 years old – was a passenger on a snowmobile when the driver crashed into a ditch. She suffered a comminuted left femur fracture.


Female – 52 years old – Went in for the removal of a cyst and a portion of the ureter was mistakenly removed resulting in a right ureteral injury, a urinoma, kidney swelling, and ultimately, kidney loss.


Female – 52 years old – was admitted to the hospital for rehabilitation following a ruptured aneurysm. The Plaintiff was assessed and identified as being at risk for falling given her lack of stability.


Female- 17 years old suffered injuries to back, spine, ribs, scapula and shoulder when her chiropractor negligently performed manipulations on her. The verdict was obtained in a jury trial.


Female – 47 years old – was driving her vehicle when a second car ran a stop sign, thereby causing a collision. Upon impact, the Plaintiff’s vehicle left the roadway and eventually came to rest in a water-filled culvert.


Female – 42 years old – was improperly administered two doses of Vistaril by hospital staff, which resulted in the Plaintiff suffering from vein necrosis, reflex sympathetic dystrophy, and chronic pain syndrome.


Female- 49 years old sustained a fractured elbow, concussion, neck sprain, and low back injuries after being rear-ended in a motor vehicle collision.


Male- 43 years old suffered knee injuries and a femur fracture as a result of a motor vehicle collision where the driver of another vehicle lost control and swerved in front of his vehicle.


Female- 45 years old suffered a head injury, sternum fracture, and rib fractures after a driver ran a stop sign and collided with her car. After a trial a jury awarded $257,348.00.

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Miranda, kept in constant contact either by phone or email and I always received a response within a day or two. Her personality is wonderful, she is a delight to be around, but when it comes to business, she is no-nonsense and does not back down easily. Her heart is in her work and the resulting factor is a happy client. 

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Ms. Loeb educated me on what to expect through the process. She was prompt on responding to communication. I was happy with the outcome.

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Alison went way above any expectation I had. She was always available and explained things in such detail. During the consultation, I was told what to expect and there weren’t any surprises along the way. During this difficult time, it was refreshing to know she cared.

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Ms. Loeb listened and addressed my concerns at the consultation, evaluating the situation with professionalism and a friendly manner. My case was resolved to my satisfaction in a short period of time.

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Working with Mr Spiros made our healing process easier, he always returned our calls if we had any questions, he regularly called just to check on us, I would recommend Mr Spiros to anyone who wants to file a wrongful death lawsuit

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MEET THE TEAM Trustworthy.


Spiros Law, P.C. has earned its reputation through the efforts of our skilled and knowledgeable team of attorneys and support staff. Each lawyer on our team is committed to providing the highest-quality legal counsel to our clients, and our dedication shows in the settlements and verdicts we’ve secured for people just like you.

When you work with us, you can rest assured that we will do everything in our power to get you the justice and fair compensation you’re owed. You’re more than just a case file to us. We want to get to know you, your family, and thoroughly understand your situation so we can provide the best service and build the strongest case possible on your behalf.

James D. Spiros
James D. Spiros

Founding Partner

Alison D. Kimble
Alison D. Kimble

Senior Associate

Jennifer Eldridge
Jennifer Eldridge

Senior Associate

Berta Sasso
Berta Sasso

Associate Attorney

Katie Hubbard
Katie Hubbard

Associate Attorney


WHAT SHOULD I Do If I've Been Injured?

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If you or a loved one has been injured, your priority should be to receive medical attention as soon as possible. It's essenial not only for the health of you or your loved one --many injuries require immediate attention to prevent further damage but it's also important for the prospects of your legal case.

To win a case, you must prove that your injuries were caused by someone else's negligence. This might include bodily injury, pain and suffering, or the cost of treatment.However, it's difficult to prove damages without official records. Unless you see a medical professional soon after your injury, you might miss an important window in which you can obtain medical records proving that the negligence directly caused you harm. Keep in mind that the facts of some injuries might not manifest themselves for days, weeks or months after the incident, so you should see a doctor after your accident even if you don't notice anything wrong.



If you have been injured in an accident, your first concern should be your health and safety. After an accident, you should:

  • Seek medical attention. Even if you feel like your injures are not serious, you should still seek medical attention. It’s important to remember that injuries are not always visible and they don’t always exhibit symptoms right away. Over time, brain injuries and other internal injuries, for example, can worsen and lead to lifelong disabilities or even death. Furthermore, if you don’t seek medical attention promptly, the compensation amount available can be significantly reduced.
  • File a report with police. Your personal injury case, your compensation, and your health depend on filing a police report. Your health and economic well-being may be negatively impacted if you do not take proper steps. For this reason, don’t hesitate to file a police report because it will help your injury claim.
  • Be careful when speaking to others following the accident. If you are unsure about what has occurred, it’s best to keep quiet and wait for the police and emergency medical professionals to arrive at the scene. Speaking about the accident could be used against you by an insurance company. It’s generally best to let the evidence speak for itself. A lawyer can ensure that your story is told with accuracy and the facts are presented in the best manner possible. This is how you will get the justice and compensation you deserve.
  • Keep track of all medical bills and expenses associated with your injuries. Keep a record of all expenses and costs that relate to the accident, including doctor appointments, how you feel, your sleep patterns, lost wages, and more. Any relevant info that you are able to document will help you receive fair compensation.
  • Don’t sign anything before first consulting with an attorney. Insurance companies will use tricky tactics that pressure accident victims into settling. They may ask you to sign forms and if you sign them, you’re signing away your rights away to take the case to court. They want you to sign the document so that things can be in their favor. Don’t do it.
  • Don’t settle without the help of an attorney. Insurance companies typically always have a team of lawyers because legal representation is essential, and they know that. It is wise to have an attorney present during negotiations. With the help of a Danville personal injury lawyer, you will be able to negotiate a full and fair settlement that covers all your past, present, and future expenses related to your injuries.
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WHY DO I NEED A Personal Injury Lawyer?

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If you have been injured in an accident in Danville that was caused by someone else’s negligence, it’s never a good idea to try to handle your personal injury claim alone. Your chances of recovering the maximum compensation increase tremendously when you get help from an experienced Danville personal injury attorney.

There are numerous reasons for hiring a lawyer to handle your personal injury case. The skilled and experienced Danville personal injury lawyers atSpiros Law, P.C. can help with many important tasks, including but not limited to:

  • Providing an estimate of the potential compensation available and the likelihood of reaching a favorable outcome
  • Ensuring that all the deadlines are met
  • Serving as a mediator between you and the insurance company
  • Negotiating for a favorable settlement
  • Collecting all relevant evidence and building a strong case
  • Identifying and interviewing witnesses to the accident
  • Bringing in accident experts and medical professionals, if necessary
  • Serving motions
  • Preparing the case for trial

If you have suffered an injury due to someone else’s fault in Danville, call Spiros Law, P.C. now at (217) 443-4343 to schedule a free consultation with our experienced and compassionate personal injury attorneys. We work on a contingency fee basis, meaning that you won’t owe us a dime unless we win your case.


We help clients collect a wide range of damages for their injuries, including but not limited to:

  • Medical expenses (past and future)
  • Lost wages
  • Loss of earning capacity
  • Pain and suffering
  • Mental anguish
  • Physical impairment
  • Loss of enjoyment of life
  • Funeral and burial expenses (in wrongful death cases)
  • Punitive damages

If you have questions regarding the types of compensation you may be eligible for with your injury claim, speak with the experienced Danville personal injury attorneys at Spiros Law, P.C. today.

PERSONAL INJURY Statistics For Illinois

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According to the National Safety Council (NSC), accidental injury is now the No. 3 cause of death nationwide behind heart disease, cancer, and chronic lower respiratory disease. Injury statistics examined by the NSC confirm that preventable deaths rose 10% in 2016.

Someone in the United States is accidentally injured every second and killed every three minutes by a preventable event, such as a car crash, truck accident, or a trip and fall. Nearly 15,000 more people died accidentally in 2016 than in 2015, the largest single-year % rise since 1936, according to NSC.

In 2017, the U.S. experienced 169,936 preventable deaths and 47.2 million injuries, according to NSC. These deaths and injuries amounted to over $1 billion in costs.

In 2017, there were 311,679 crashes involving motor vehicles in Illinois, according to the Illinois Department of Transportation (IDoT). Injury crashes accounted for 21.5% of these crashes (66,889), while fatal crashes (998) accounted for less than 1% of these crashes.

Crashes involving speed accounted for 33.2% of overall crashes, 36.8% of fatal crashes, and 37.9% of injury crashes, according to IDoT. Crashes involving motorcycles accounted for 1.1% of total crashes, 15.4% of fatal crashes, and 3.5% of injury crashes. Crashes involving tractor-trailers and semi-trucks accounted for 3.5% of overall crashes, 9.6% of fatal crashes, and 2.7% of injury crashes.

In 2017 in Illinois, approximately 854 traffic crashes occurred every day, and nearly three persons were killed each day in traffic crashes. 86.3% of fatal crashes occurred on dry roadways, and 48.9 % of fatal crashes occurred during daylight hours.

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MOTOR VEHICLES CRASHES IN ILLINOIS Car Crash Statistics in Illinois (2020)

Data is from January 1 – July 28, 2020

This year in Illinois, the majority of fatal crashes happened on city streets, not on highways:

  • City Streets - 192 deaths
  • Interstate: 90 fatalities
  • State/US Routes: 142 fatalities
  • County-Township: 101 fatalities
Fatal Accidents:
  • Pedestrians:75
  • Motorcyclists: 58
  • 18-wheeler/Commercial vehicle crashes: 56
  • Work zone fatalities: 15
  • Pedalcyclist fatalities: 11
  • Unlicensed drivers – 83 fatalities
  • Unused or improperly used seatbelts - 119

Illinois formerly had a cap on non-economic damages arising from malpractice claims of $500,000 against providers and a $1,000,000 cap against hospitals (enacted in 2005). The Illinois State Supreme Court declared it unconstitutional in 2010.

2012-2016 AverageState Rank
Annual Per Capita Malpractice costs: All Providers$17.1511
Annual Per Capita Malpractice costs: MD/DO only$15.3610
Annual Claims per 1 Million Residents32.5123
Annual Claims per 100 Practicing Physicians0.8926
Annual Per Capita Malpractice costs: All Providers
2012-2016 Average$17.15
State Rank11
Annual Per Capita Malpractice costs: MD/DO only
2012-2016 Average$15.36
State Rank10
Annual Claims per 1 Million Residents
2012-2016 Average32.51
State Rank23
Annual Claims per 100 Practicing Physicians
2012-2016 Average0.89
State Rank26

This table showing the average amount paid per capita each year in Illinois from 2012-2016 for medical malpractice claims against all practitioners as well as against physicians (MD and DO’s) only. It also shows the number of paid claims per million residents and per 100 practicing physicians in Illinois those years


As of 2018:

Private industry employers:

  • Nonfatal injuries and illnesses – 110,000 or 2.7 cases per 100 full-time equivalent workers
  • Fatal injuries and illnesses – 184

TRC incidence rates in private industry ranged from 0.5 in financial activities to 3.6 in education and health services. (See table 1.)

Two supersectors, with 41 percent of private industry employment, accounted for 54 percent of the occupational injuries and illnesses: trade, transportation, and utilities and education and health services. (See table 2.)


Two main categories account for 59% of all workplace fatalities in Illinois:

  • Transportation incidents – 75 work fatalities
  • Contact with objects and equipment – 34 fatalities

Other notable causes of fatal workplace injuries include:

  • Violence by persons or animals – 26 fatalities
  • Trips, slips and falls – 25 fatalities

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