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Micromobility Law

Posted on May 23rd, 2023 by Leslie Haley

What Does Micromobility Law Encompass? Micromobility refers to lightweight, usually single-occupancy transportation modes that cover short distances. Here are some other terms often used to describe micromobility: Personal Mobility Personal mobility encompasses various small-scale transportation options that provide individual mobility solutions. Micro-Transportation Micro-transportation refers to compact modes of transportation designed for short trips or commuting […]

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Micro-Mobility, E-Bikes, & The Law

Posted on April 25th, 2023 by Leslie Haley

What is Micro-Mobility? Micro mobility refers to modes of transportation that involve small, lightweight vehicles that are designed for short trips and can be easily parked or stored. These vehicles are typically powered by human effort, electric motors, or a combination of both. Micro-mobility is becoming increasingly popular as cities and urban areas seek to […]

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Elderly Drivers And Car Accidents

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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Dangerous Roads and Intersections in Chicago

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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personal injury advantages of attending defendant traffic court

Attending Defendant’s Traffic Court: A 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 is required. Oftentimes, traffic […]

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