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Single Vehicle Accidents: You Can Be Compensated for Your Injuries

Single Vehicle Accident

In the News: 4 Critically Injured after Minivan Crashes into Wall on Chinatown Feeder Ramp In the morning hours of May 26, 2020, four people were critically injured in a single-car crash on the Chinatown feeder ramp to the Dan Ryan Expressway. Two men and two women were traveling in a minivan when their vehicle...

Construction Accidents FAQ

Construction Accident FAQ

Construction: One of the Most Dangerous Jobs in the US Construction work in the United States is consistently ranked as one of the most dangerous occupations.  In fact, based on data from 2018, approximately 11 out of every 100,000 construction workers will die each year while on the job.  (See US Bureau of Labor Statistics,...

Negligent Nursing Homes and the Coronavirus: Do I Have a Case?

Illinois Nursing Homes and COVID-19

How to Identify if Inadequate Care at a Nursing Home or a Long-term Care Facility Is Responsible for the Death of a Loved One: Know the Facts Negligent Nursing Homes and the Coronavirus: Do I Have a Case? Over One-Third of U.S. Coronavirus Deaths Are Linked to Nursing Homes Close to 30,000 residents and workers...

SUV Hits and Kills Pedestrian then Crashes Into Wheeling Home

Car Accident

Car Accident FAQ Catastrophic Accidents Occur More Often than You Think On May 20, 2020, in the early morning hours, a tragic SUV accident left a pedestrian killed and ended in a bizarre scene with the SUV lodged into a Wheeling home.  The pedestrian was later identified as a 31 year-old Chicago man.  Witnesses indicated...

Victims of DUI Encounters: Know Your Rights

DUI Offender Infographic FB

Aurora Man Charged with DUI Accident On March 31, 2020, Waldemar Montalvo, Jr., an Aurora resident, was charged with two counts of aggravated driving under the influence and aggravated assault of a police officer. The charges stemmed from a motor vehicle accident on March 27, 2020. DUIs and COVID-19 Don’t Mix The police reported that...