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Bus Accidents Can Cause Serious injuries

Tens of thousands of Chicagoans take buses every day—whether the CTA or RTA public transportation buses, school buses, private charter busesor shuttle buses. According to the American School Bus Council, each day some 480,000 school buses transport 25 million children to and from school. We entrust our safety to the…

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Seeking Compensation From a Drunk Driver

Being a drunk driving victim is stressful. You can face injuries and emotional trauma. You are the victim of someone else’s own unlawful and selfish actions. Illinois law, however, allows victims of a drunk driving accident to seek several types of compensation. Navigating and potentially collecting compensation under these laws…

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Chicago St. Patrick’s Day Celebrations Can Lead to Drunk Driving Accidents

St. Patrick’s Day brings a huge celebration to Chicago. The U.S. Census Bureau has reported that about seven percent of Chicagoans—approximately 201,500—are of Irish-American heritage. The rest of the city’s population, however, along with thousands of visitors, are ready and willing to join in the holiday and be “Irish for…

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Can Medical Negligence Cause Birth Injuries?

In the United States, giving birth is typically an uncomplicated event. Mother and child will soon head home without any need to visit the doctor again until the child is scheduled for immunization shots. But sometimes medical negligence can lead to injury—for either the baby or mother, or both. In…

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Rear Ended in Chicago? You’re Entitled to Compensation if….

Chicago’s roads and highways are some of the worst in the nation. Whether racing along the Kennedy Expressway or crawling down Michigan Avenue or LakeShore Drive at noon, you run the risk of getting rear-ended by another driver who isn’t paying sufficient attention. Fortunately, you’re probably entitled to financial compensation…