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Posted By Legal Team | May 28 2021 | Firm News, Motor Vehicle Accidents

Are Police Car Chases Necessary?

In an age of traffic cameras, satellite images, and police body cams, are police car chases necessary? It’s an important question because police car chases are dangerous and can lead to injuries and deaths. A 2017 U.S. Justice Department report found that 355 people died annually in police car chases nationwide between 1996 and 2015…

Posted By Legal Team | May 24 2021 | Firm News, Motor Vehicle Accidents

Statistics indicate distracted driving remains a serious issue

Many things can take a driver’s attention while he or she is on the road. From in-car technology to a hand-held device, such as a phone, drivers face various distractions every time they get behind the wheel. At this point, most people are aware of the dangers of driving while focused on something else, but…

Posted By Legal Team | May 19 2021 | Firm News, Motor Vehicle Accidents

Tesla Battery Fires Highlight Need For Better Ways To Manage, Prevent Problem

About half of the 189,500 highway vehicle fires in the United States in 2019 were in electric cars, according to the National Fire Protection Association. Officials from The National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB), who have been investigating the fires in electric cars, point to the lithium-ion battery systems, and say the fires’ duration and intensity,…

Posted By Legal Team | May 11 2021 | Firm News, Pedestrian Safety

Why does the Illinois DOT control Chicago streets?

Residents in the Logan Square neighborhood of Chicago have launched an effort to get the city or state to make their location safer for pedestrians. After a recent accident in which a vehicle struck a person crossing the street, residents say they want stop signs installed at the main intersection. The Illinois Department of Transportation…

Posted By Legal Team | May 10 2021 | Bicycle Accidents, Firm News

Peloton issues recall for its Tread+ exercise machine

The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) on March 5 issued a recall for its popular at-home Peloton Tread+ exercise machine after multiple incidents occurred, including the death of a six-year-old child and injuries to dozens of others who were sucked in underneath the product. In a statement, CPSC said it believes the Tread+ poses…

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