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Accidents in Arlington Heights result in serious injuries and deaths each year

After an Arlington Heights crash, injured people and their families need resources and support. Regardless of the severity of the collision, the people involved are left to deal with injuries, medical bills, property damage, and insurance claims. When a Arlington Heights accident is fatal, families are left to struggle with their grief and loss as best they can.

Here are resources to help accident victims and their families after a Arlington Heights wreck

Regardless of whether it is a car accident, pedestrian accident, motorcycle crash, bicycle collision, truck accident, or any other kind of injury accident, the following resources can be helpful for crash victims and their families and friends.

Arlington Heights Police Department;

Arlington Heights Fire Department;

Cook County Sheriff’s Office;

Illinois State Police;

Arlington Heights major medical facilities include Northwest Community Hospital;

Cook County Superior Court;

Arlington Heights real-time traffic report;

Arlington Heights grief support services;

Illinois State Insurance Commissioner site.

How do you deal with an insurance claim after an Arlington Heights accident?

Regardless of how severe an accident is, almost everyone involved has to deal with insurance companies and claims. For accidents with very minor injuries and damage, a claim can sometimes be handled by working with the insurance adjuster. For crashes involving more serious injuries, or when a fatal crash occurs, an Arlington Heights personal injury attorney is needed to manage the insurance claim. Go here to learn more about how an Arlington Heights personal injury lawyer helps injured victims.