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What if a Driver is Uninsured/Underinsured?

Feb 07 2017 in Auto Accidents, Insurance

It is illegal to drive anywhere in Illinois without car insurance. Sadly, thousands of people operate vehicles every day in the state without any insurance at all or without sufficient insurance that meets the state’s minimum coverage requirements. These people are uninsured/underinsured motorists (UIM/UM). According…

Risk of Secondary Crashes in Illinois

Feb 03 2017 in Auto Accidents

Car accidents can be overwhelming, especially if they involve multiple cars. That’s why secondary crashes can be particularly scary. A secondary crash occurs when an initial accident causes another one. If you get into a secondary car accident and believe you deserve compensation for your…

Time Limitations on Medical Malpractice Claims

Feb 02 2017 in Medical Malpractice

Despite trusting your physicians, surgeons, nurses, and other medical care providers, you may, unfortunately, find out that your certainty in them was misplaced. Whether it was an incorrect diagnosis, an unnecessary aggressive treatment, or an operation gone wrong, your doctors can cause your serious and…

Winter Sports Accidents in Illinois

Jan 31 2017 in Personal Injury

People across the country enjoy the variety of winter sports available in the colder regions of the country, and Illinois is no different. It is unsurprising that are also large numbers of winter sports accidents that cause people injuries every year. The Insurance Information Institute…

Illinois Ranked 11th Best State for Drivers

Jan 30 2017 in Auto Accidents

Driving a vehicle is both costly and time-consuming. According to the American Automobile Association (AAA), every year Americans spend 12 complete days or 17,600 minutes in their cars and an average of $8,558 on car ownership and operation. Spending so much time in a car…

Medical Evidence Used in Car Accident Cases

Jan 27 2017 in Auto Accidents, Personal Injury

Medical evidence is widely used in car accident claims to help prove the extent of injuries to insurance companies. Doctor’s notes, hospital records, assessments, CAT scans, MRIs, x-rays, and other imaging tests can all be used to build a strong case and ensure that you…