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Bar & Restaurant Injuries – Dram Shop Liability

Jul 23 2014 in Personal Injury

When you’re injured in a car accident caused by an intoxicated driver, you probably know that you can submit a claim for compensation of your injuries and other damages to the intoxicated driver’s insurance company. It also might make sense to you that if the…

Illinois Bicyclist and Pedestrian Safety Tips

Jul 21 2014 in Personal Injury

Riding a bike can be both an enjoyable pastime and good exercise, especially during the summer in Illinois; however, it is important to follow the law and safety rules to minimize the associated risks. By following these rules, both you and drivers of other vehicles…

Tort Immunity and Pedestrians

Jul 17 2014 in Personal Injury

Cases involving injuries suffered by defects in public streets are notoriously hard to win — and an Illinois appellate court just made those cases even harder. In Swain v. City of Chicago, 2014 IL App (1st) 122769, the court upheld a decision by the Circuit…

ATV Safety Tips

Jul 07 2014 in Personal Injury

Riding All-Terrain Vehicles (ATVs) is a popular form of entertainment in the summer, especially for young people. However, it often can be a dangerous pastime if proper safety procedures are not followed. In the wake of several high profile ATV accidents, including the one that…

Time for Elderly Drivers to Hang Up Their Keys?

Jul 02 2014 in Personal Injury

Almost all of us depend on driving our cars to get around and live independently. For that reason, elderly people in the U.S. are much more likely to drive well into old age. While this is a great way for many elderly adults to maintain…

9 Tips to Prevent Swimming Pool Accidents

Jun 30 2014 in Personal Injury

During hot summer days, there is often nothing better than relaxing at the pool. Unfortunately, if you are not careful, swimming pools can be a dangerous place. According to the CDC, nearly 3500 people die in drowning accidents every year. A large majority of these…