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A Closer Look At Scott’s Law / Move Over Law

Posted on December 20th, 2020 by Leslie Haley

Scott’s Law official day of remembrance is 12/23 and honors Scott Gillen, a Chicago Fire Department Lieutenant, who was fatally struck by an intoxicated driver while at the scene of an accident two days before Christmas in the year 2000.  This tragic accident left a wife and five daughters without a husband and father. As […]

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Elderly Driver Awareness Week

Posted on December 9th, 2020 by Leslie Haley

The American Occupational Therapy Association (AOTA) initiated Older Driver Safety Awareness Week in 2009 and for 11 years has worked with elderly adults and families to make sure those who want to continue driving do so safely. According to AOTA, their goal for Older Driver Safety Awareness Week is to promote the understanding of the […]

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Illinois’ Most Dangerous Roads and Intersections

Posted on November 25th, 2020 by Leslie Haley

With holiday travel approaching and winter weather well on its way, it is a good time to remind drivers and pedestrians to be alert – especially on roads and intersections that deem themselves most dangerous. For perspective, not only are there over 300,000 car accidents in Illinois annually but Chicago is one of the top […]

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Prepare For An Extra Scary Halloween

Posted on October 24th, 2020 by Leslie Haley

Last year we experienced cold and snow on Halloween and this year will be equally eventful as the holiday falls on a Saturday and we have a global pandemic to boot! Everyone should take extra precautions to ensure the holiday does not end up resulting in a horrifying accidental injury or death. To help you […]

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Attending Defendant’s Traffic Court – Critical Decision In Personal Injury Cases

Posted on September 24th, 2020 by Leslie Haley

One of the first questions a client asks after a car accident is whether or not they should attend traffic court on the defendant’s ticket in their personal injury case. In some instances the court appearance is thwarted if the defendant admits guilt and pays the fine and no court appearance required. Oftentimes, traffic tickets […]

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