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Chicago Personal Injury Blog

Should the Lakefront Trail Split Pedestrians and Cyclists?

Jul 04 2015 in Personal Injury

The Lakefront Trail is a Chicago mainstay for tourists and residents. It’s an 18 mile paved route along beautiful Chicago shoreline, spanning from Ardmore Street to 71st. It’s well maintained with beautiful views and is ideal for biking, walking, running, or rollerblading. Many say, however,…

The Pros and Cons of Mandatory Bike Helmet Laws

Jul 03 2015 in Auto Accidents, Personal Injury

Bicycle riding is a low risk, cost effective, heart and environmentally friendly form of exercise, recreation, and transportation. Locations across the country are implementing laws and engineering cities to promote cycling and ensure cyclist safety. Some argue that as we push a pro-bicycle agenda we…

Do Increased Speed Limits Prevent Accidents?

Jul 01 2015 in Auto Accidents, Personal Injury

There are around 30,000 fatal car accidents in the United States each year. City engineers, transportation safety experts and the automotive industry devote countless resources to the fight to maximize safety and save lives. Although that fight often ends in lower speed limits and stricter…

Safe Phone Zones

Jun 29 2015 in Auto Accidents, Personal Injury

With 5,000 deaths related to distracted driving annually, states and cities are doing everything they can to encourage drivers to keep their eyes on the road and off of their smart phones and GPS devices. In the fight to end Illinois texting while driving accidents,…

City Cycling Classes with Active Trans

Jun 25 2015 in Auto Accidents, Personal Injury

Active Trans is offering 3-hour courses for anyone who wants to learn how to navigate riding a bike in Chicago. This great opportunity for beginning riders comes at a perfect time as Chicago reels from double the amount of pedestrian and cyclist fatalities so far…