“We’re selective, we review the facts of the case very carefully, and then we go out and do what we have to do to win the case”

-Mark Dym

  • For individuals
  • For families
  • For communities
  • For immigrants
  • For the underserved

We advocate for you

Personal injuries can be stressful, traumatic and even life altering at times.  They can result in pain, suffering, lost wages, loss of normal life and other damages.  Balancing and coping with all of the unforeseen aspects of a personal injury can become very taxing.  We are here to ease that burden.  We are here to help ensure that you receive the necessary and proper care, guidance and compensation that you deserve.  While each personal injury case is different, we strive to handle each one with the utmost attention and support.  We have proudly and successfully represented thousands of clients in all types of unique personal injury cases over the last 30 years.  Allow our experience to advocate for you.

Keys to Success

Fight
Fight
Our team is willing to go the extra mile for our clients’ rights. With over 30 years of experience practicing personal injury and workers' compensation law, we are determined to provide you with excellent legal support.
Family
Family
We consider our clients an extension of our family. HSPRD's Mark Dym is a proud godfather to some of his clients’ children. This is not a cookie cutter operation; this is a family.
Available 24/7
Available 24/7
We make time for you. Whether you have questions or concerns, we are ALWAYS available. We want the calls, we want to know what is going on. The more information we have, the more we can help you.
Love
Love
We not only provide you with the legal services you need but we show our love by passionately providing you with personal care and attention. You are not just another number. You are cared for, appreciated and loved.
Compassion
Compassion
We make sure to show our clients that we truly care about them and granting them the justice they deserve. HSPRD's Mark Dym has committed himself to being sensitive to people and wanting to know who his clients are, what their needs are and what their goals are.

Recoveries

$4 million recovery in wrongful death claim for surviving spouse and adult children. Deceased was unemployed at time of occurrence.

$15 million recovery within seven months of the auto crash for a plaintiff who suffered bilateral amputations.

Collected in excess of $4 million for business damages from a power outage.

$78.5 million in back pay and pension contributions on behalf of a class of more than 6,000 African Americans who took and passed a hiring exam.

$272 million ruling for HSPRD’s client against six former board members of the defunct Emerald Casino when they failed to comply with Illinois gaming regulations in breach of their agreement with the casino.

Frequently Asked Questions

Accidents hurt, experienced attorneys can help.

Do I need a lawyer?

When it comes to making this decision we ask our clients to keep in mind that defendants frequently have teams of attorneys on staff prepared to find ways to pay out as little as possible on every claim. So why not hire a team of accomplished attorneys who focus on personal injury litigation and workers’ compensation to level the playing field for you?

What is my case worth?

The value of your case depends greatly on the evidence provided. You may be entitled to compensation for a variety of damages caused. Some of these damages may include:

  • Past medical bills
  • Future medical bills
  • Lost wages
  • Loss of earning capacity
  • Pain and suffering

Does my personal injury case need to be filed within a certain amount of time?

In most cases, yes, your personal injury lawsuit has to be filed in a courthouse within a certain period of time or it is forever barred. A typical personal injury case must be filed within two years. Exceptions to that rule include filing against a municipality, which must be filed within one year, or filing a workers’ compensation claim in Illinois, which has to be filed within three years. It is important to get an attorney involved as early as possible so we can best advise you.

Can I file a case if I am undocumented?

Yes, you can file a case if you are undocumented in the workers’ compensation department as well as the personal injury department. We can defend your rights and recover fair compensation for you.

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