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How to Keep Your Pet Safe in a Car

Mar 24 2017 in Auto Accidents

While it may seem harmless, having any type of pet in the car can be a definite safety hazard. Your dog may jump on your lap when you are traveling at high speeds, or make noises that are distracting. In fact, under Illinois law, accidents…

Reasons for Car Recalls

Mar 23 2017 in Auto Accidents, Product Liability

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) issues Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standards (FMVSS) that establish minimum performance requirements for motor vehicles. Airbags, brakes, safety belts, and other vehicle components must meet FMVSS in order to be used by the public. If they do not…

Proper Lane Usage Saves Lives

Mar 22 2017 in Auto Accidents

Driving in the proper lane is not just about following the rules of the road and avoiding tickets. Staying in the proper lane and changing lanes carefully keeps you and other motorists safe. When you drive in the wrong lane, move between lanes too quickly…

What is Loss of Earning Capacity?

Mar 21 2017 in Personal Injury

If you are injured in an accident, you may be unable to work for a long period of time. When calculating your losses, you should consider not only income you have lost up to that point, but also any future lost income. If you expect…

7 Safety BASICs for Trucks

Mar 21 2017 in Truck Accidents

Trucking companies and their drivers in the United States are required to adhere to a set of Compliance, Safety, and Accountability (CSA) standards set forth by the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA). There are seven categories of compliance defined by this program called Behavior…

Recording Video After a Trucking Accident

Mar 20 2017 in Truck Accidents

A trucking accident can leave you dazed and in shock. Even without serious injuries, it takes you time to come to your senses and figure out your next best steps. However, trucking accidents often necessitate that you get it together enough to document what is…