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Posted By Legal Team | March 28 2023 | Motor Vehicle Accidents

How Safe Are Driverless Cars?

Driverless cars have long been a fixture of futuristic science-fiction novels and movies, but the future is now in the United States and around the world as car manufacturers race to embrace this technology and improve upon the existing safety record. Every manufacturer wishes to be the first to launch an autonomous vehicle that’s safer…

Posted By Legal Team | March 28 2023 | Medical Malpractice

Who Can I Sue for Medical Malpractice?

We trust our healthcare providers with our very lives and always expect them to act in our best interests when we come to them for medical treatment, surgeries, or procedures. But when a healthcare provider’s negligence or mistake causes you to sustain an injury or worsened medical condition, that provider is responsible and must compensate…

Posted By Legal Team | March 23 2023 | Personal Injury

E-Bikes Are Growing in Popularity But Safe Riding Is Key

The number of electric bikes (e-bikes) on our streets may soon increase if the Illinois state legislature passes a proposed e-bike rebate bill. Illinois State Representative Kam Bucker (D-26th) has been working on the bill, HB3447, for the past two months. The legislation would provide a discount to residents who buy an electric bicycle. In addition…

Posted By Legal Team | March 6 2023 | Personal Injury

Ohio Freight Train Derailment Raises Train Safety Concerns

In the coming weeks, the federal government is expected to decide on a proposed $31 billion rail merger between Canadian Pacific and Kansas City Southern that will bring more freight traffic through the Chicago area. Their decision could be favorable even after a freight train derailment three weeks ago in East Palestine, Ohio, raises concerns…

Posted By Legal Team | February 28 2023 | Truck Accidents

Deadly Semi-truck Accidents Are Increasing

Semi-truck accidents can have consequences for all involved. Because of their size and weight, semi-trucks face driving challenges that include acceleration, braking, and maneuverability. When they collide with small vehicles, passengers are much more likely to die or sustain severe injuries. Common injuries are neck, head, and spinal cord injuries; traumatic brain injuries and burns,…

Posted By Legal Team | February 2 2023 | Wrongful Death

Wrong-way Car Crashes with Injuries, Deaths Are Increasing in Illinois

A 70-year-old man on his way to work died when an SUV crossed the yellow line on a divided highway in a western suburb and drove directly into his path. It was one of 2,247 wrong-way crashes in 2021 in Illinois and a 13% increase over 2020, according to statistics from the Illinois Department of…

Posted By Legal Team | January 19 2023 | Medical Malpractice, Wrongful Death

Misdiagnoses in ED Lead to 250,000 Deaths a Year

A visit to a hospital emergency department should have a positive outcome whereby doctors quickly and accurately assess your injury or illness, decide if you need additional testing or care, and if so, admit you. But the care that patients receive was criticized in a recent government study which reported that 250,000 Americans die yearly due…

Posted By Legal Team | January 4 2023 | Motor Vehicle Accidents

Traffic Violence Raging on our Roadways Needs Intervention

An “epidemic of traffic violence” has struck our nation’s streets and roadways, yet despite ambitious government plans and millions of dollars spent to combat the problem, the number of deaths and serious injuries has increased. The recent rise in fatalities has been the most significant among those who are most vulnerable – cyclists, motorcyclists, and…

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