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Winter Weather Liability

Feb 02 2015 in Auto Accidents, Personal Injury

Winter weather in Chicago can be miserable for commuters. No one likes having to dig, brush, and scrape snow and ice from their car during the winter while shivering in brutal winds and frigid temperatures. It’s tempting for a driver trying to clear his or…

How Can I Receive Compensation for Pain & Suffering?

Jan 26 2015 in Auto Accidents, Personal Injury

During personal injury cases, plaintiffs often seek to recover out-of-pocket expenses and “pain and suffering” compensation. Out-of-pocket expenses, which include medical bills and prescriptions, are pretty easy to document and prove using simple evidence like receipts and bills. Pain and suffering, on the other hand,…

Teaching Kids to Be Safe Pedestrians

Jan 20 2015 in Auto Accidents, Personal Injury

Unintentional pedestrian injuries are currently the fifth leading cause of injury-related death for children ages 5 to 19 in the U.S. While young children are often assumed to be at the largest risk for pedestrian deaths due to their impulsiveness and lack of knowledge about safety, teenagers…

Understanding Right-of-Way

Jan 19 2015 in Auto Accidents, Personal Injury

Right-of-way is extremely important for keeping our roads safe. It tells us in any given situation who should be yielding for other drivers on the road. With common sense, right-of-way laws prevent accidents. Unfortunately, according to a Federal Highway Administration study, two-thirds of drivers failed…

Tenant Rights to Heat During Winter in Chicago

Jan 15 2015 in Personal Injury

This time of year in Chicago, the weather can be brutal. There are many days in which we are unlikely to hit temperatures above zero. With temperatures this cold, forcing tenants to go without heat can seem cruel. The state of Illinois seems to agree….