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Can I Ride a Bike on the Sidewalk in Chicago?

Sep 25 2017 in Bike Accidents

Many bicyclists fail to realize how dangerous riding their bike on the sidewalks can be. They can believe that riding on the sidewalk is safer because the sidewalk is separated from motorized traffic. But, motorists often have their eyes on the road and are extremely…

Driving Safely With Baby

Sep 25 2017 in Auto Accidents, Personal Injury

Safe driving is especially important if you have a baby in the car. To assist you in becoming the safest parent you can be while behind the wheel, Staver Accident Injury Lawyers, P.C. has compiled this handy list of tips. By following these tips, you…

10 Tips for Staying Safe This Fall

Sep 22 2017 in Personal Injury

Now that it’s fall, you are likely looking forward to pumpkin spice lattes, football games, Halloween, and colorful leaves. In order to reduce your risk of injuring yourself and ensure that you stay safe all season long, Staver Accident Injury Lawyers, P.C. has compiled this…

More Takata Airbags Recalled

Sep 21 2017 in Product Liability

Takata Corporation is a Japanese airbag maker that many auto manufacturers use. Takata’s airbags have been know to rupture and spray pieces of metal onto drivers and passengers in the front seat to cause bruises, vision loss, severe lacerations, and even death. Although the first…

Driving Safety Courses in Illinois

Sep 19 2017 in Auto Accidents, Personal Injury

Drivers who are educated and defensive can help reduce the amount of accidents, injuries, and deaths that occur each year. Fortunately, Illinois offers driving safety courses to help drivers in the state enhance their driving skills and protect themselves as well as others on the…

Will Speed Cameras Reduce U.S. Traffic Deaths?

Sep 18 2017 in Auto Accidents

A new study by the National Transportation Safety Board states that speeding has significantly contributed to the increase of traffic-related deaths in the United States. The study, which examined United States passenger vehicle accidents from 2005 through 2014, discovered that speeding was a factor in…