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Common Car Accident Locations in Jefferson Park

Sep 04 2018 in Auto Accidents

Chicago suburb Jefferson Park, located in Cook County, is home to almost 30,000 people in Illinois and is located northwest of the city. This area is surrounded by Norwood Park, Portage Park, and Forest Glen. According to the Illinois Department of Transportation, Cook County has…

Recent Car Accidents in Chicago

Sep 01 2018 in Auto Accidents, Truck Accidents

Being in a car accident can be devastating, and it can leave you or your loved one with large medical bills, lost wages from time off of work, and pain and suffering. To stay up-to-date on the most recent car accidents in Chicago from month…

Hunting Safety Tips in Illinois

Aug 31 2018 in Personal Injury

With fall right around the corner, hunting season will soon begin. Before you embark on your hunting trip this year, it is vital to thoroughly understand the ins and outs of hunting safety along with the Illinois hunting laws. While hunting is meant to be…

5 Tips to Drive Safely in Edgewater

Aug 30 2018 in Auto Accidents

Edgewater is a beautiful location in Chicago located right on Lake Michigan and just a short seven miles north of the Loop. With over 50,000 people living in this smaller community, there is no shortage of car accidents in the area. That being said, when…

Workplace Housekeeping Tips to Stay Safe

Aug 28 2018 in Workers' Compensation

When most people hear the word “housekeeping,” they picture dusting, removing clutter, mopping floors, and vacuuming carpets. In a work environment, housekeeping is far more meaningful as it can reduce the risk of injuries while boosting morale and even productivity. It can also help make…

Staying Safe While Working in the Heat

Aug 27 2018 in Workers' Compensation

Most Illinois residents enjoy the summer season. However, those who make a living in construction, agriculture, or other industries which require them to work outside are at a higher risk of heat stroke and other heat-related illnesses in the summer months. Moreover, the Occupational Safety…