Your social media posts could affect your personal injury case
Numerous Illinois residents enjoy using social media platforms to share their lives with the world. While there is nothing wrong with this, there is reason to censor what and when a person posts pictures, videos or status updates. A prime time to be shy about posting to a social media account is if one has […]Read More
In a car accident because someone ran you off the road?
Single-vehicle collisions occasionally happen on Illinois roads. These accidents can happen for several reasons. One reason not commonly talked about is being run off the road. This happens more often than people think, and the victims of such events may suffer in a variety of ways. Anyone involved in a car accident after being run […]Read More
Injured in a hit-and-run car accident?
It seems like a week doesn’t go by without hearing about someone being injured by a hit-and-run driver. Such accidents happen far too often in the state of Illinois, and they leave their victims suffering in numerous ways. If you or a loved one happen to be the victim of a hit-and-run car accident, you […]Read More
Compensation possible following a drunk driving accident
Accidents involving drunk drivers seem to happen far too often in the state of Illinois. When they do, victims or — in the event of fatality — their surviving family members may feel lost, hopeless and angry, among other things. While nothing can change what has happened, with assistance, achieving compensation following a drunk driving […]Read More
Hit-and-run auto accidents occur more often than people think
Following a car crash, it is common knowledge that all involved parties are to remain on the scene. Unfortunately, some people choose not to. Hit-and-run auto accidents occur more often than people think, in Illinois and elsewhere. These events can leave victims or — in the event of fatality — their surviving family members feeling […]Read More
Too many hit-and-run auto accidents
Everyone knows that after a car accident, those involved are supposed to stop and stay on the scene until help arrives, insurance information is exchanged and statements — if necessary — are given to police. Unfortunately, not everyone does. So many hit-and-run auto accidents occur in Illinois and across the country every year, some of […]Read More