Posted On: September 23, 2009 by Steven J. Malman

Chicago Car Accident Lawsuit Sues Former Bears Player for Personal Injury

In Cook County Circuit Court, a woman is suing former Chicago Bears player Steve McMichael for personal injury. Her Chicago car accident lawsuit is seeking over $50,000 in damages.

Marzanna Jakszewicz says she sustained a herniated disc during the Cook County car crash, which occurred on January 8, 2008 on the Northwest side. McMichael was reportedly getting off Kennedy Expressway at North Kimball Avenue when he allegedly hit Jakszewicz's vehicle, which was stopped at a traffic light.

Jakszewicz claims that the former Chicago Bears player stumbled out of his car, verbally abused her, and left the Chicago car crash site even though she asked him to wait for police.

According to Jakszewicz’s Chicago car accident lawyer, McMichael may have overshot the exit, which is how he ended up hitting his client’s vehicle. Jakszewicz’s car and another auto were damaged during the Chicago car collision.

Herniated Discs
A herniated disc can be extremely painful and a CT scan or an MRI may be required for diagnosis. Some car crash victims may find themselves experiencing a lifetime of pain from their herniated disc injuries, and they may have to undergo surgery, therapy, or steroid injections.

If you are injured in any kind of Chicago accident that was caused by another parties negligence, you need to speak with a Chicago injury attorney immediately. In many serious cases, your car accident insurance may not cover all the costs of medical expenses, rehabilitation, and time off from work. You may have to file a Chicago car accident lawsuit to ensure that you receive all of the recovery that you are owed.

Former Bear McMichael sued for allegedly causing crash, fleeing the scene, WBBM 780, September 23, 2009

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