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Chicago Personal Injury Blog

How to Win an Insurance Dispute

Sep 23 2015 in Auto Accidents, Personal Injury

In certain car accidents, it is not always immediately clear which driver is at fault. When you proceed to file a claim with the other person’s insurance carrier, they have the right to dispute and possibly deny your claim. It is important to understand the…

Dos and Don’ts After a Crash

Sep 22 2015 in Auto Accidents, Personal Injury

Imagine that you are cruising down I-90 in Chicago, eager to return home after a long day at work. As the oncoming traffic light turns red, you slow to a full stop. Suddenly the car behind you rear-ends your vehicle, causing your body to lurch…

Disney World Ride Accidents

Sep 18 2015 in Personal Injury, Premises Liability

When millions of people are visiting amusement parks — and billions of rides taken — it’s inevitable that some people are going to get injured. Family vacations should be a time to relax, rejuvenate, and reconnect with loved ones. The daily grind can be so…

Zero Traffic Fatalities Plan

Sep 17 2015 in Auto Accidents, Personal Injury

Every year in the United States, thousands of lives are lost in traffic accidents. Most people are so used to these everyday tragedies that they write off traffic fatalities as a predetermined conclusion. Chicago is joining cities around the world in their efforts to see…

Dooring Accidents

Sep 16 2015 in Personal Injury

Ever been walking on a sidewalk or riding a bike in the bike lane when suddenly a car door swings open in front of you? If you’re lucky — and fast — you can jump or swerve out of the way and avoid running into…

The Danger of Defective Airbags

Sep 15 2015 in Auto Accidents, Personal Injury, Product Liability

Carmakers first introduced airbags for passengers around the mid-1970s because seat belt usage was neither regularly enforced nor practiced in the United States. It wasn’t until 1987 when the first vehicle came equipped with an integrated seat belt and airbag system for both driver and…