Driving Zero Fatalities to Reality: Can It Be Done?
May 31, 2016
We would like to report that 2014 will be the year when there are no driving fatalities in Illinois, but we won’t be able to do it. Despite the Illinois Department of Transportation’s “Driving Zero Fatalities to a Reality” campaign, there were 200 deaths from Illinois motor vehicle accidents between January 1, 2014 and April 22, 2014.
Why Is the Focus on Zero?
The Illinois Depar [...] read more
How to Communicate with Friends After Child’s Sexual Abuse
May 31, 2016
Five Things Your Friends Don’t Understand After Your Child’s Been Sexually Abused in Illinois
You are not keeping secrets. You may long for the understanding and support of your friends after your child has been sexually abused in Berwyn, Cicero, or anywhere else in the Chicago area. Your friends may want to support you and your family, but they might not know how because they might [...] read more
Facial Injuries Are a Risk for Passengers in Taxi Accidents
May 30, 2016
The Victims of Taxi Accidents May Suffer Severe Head and Facial Injuries
When you slide into the back seat of a cab after a long day at work, you probably don’t see the plastic or glass divider between you and the driver as a threat. However, if something goes wrong on the road or an accident happens, that partition could be the source of extremely serious injuries to your face and hea [...] read more
What Brain Injury Victims Deserve After a Truck Crash
May 18, 2016
Three Things Every Brain Injury Victim Needs to Know After a Truck Accident
We cannot tell you, in a blog post, how much money you should be able to recover for your injury, when you will get a legal recovery, and what your future will be like. Those things are unique to each person who has suffered a brain injury in an I-90 truck accident, and we would be happy to talk to you about them [...] read more
Privacy Is Possible in Illinois Child Sex Abuse Cases
May 13, 2016
How You Can Maintain Privacy and Pursue Justice After Child Sex Abuse
The person who abused you was someone whom you, and your parents, trusted. It was not a stranger who abused you. Instead, it might have been a priest with the Chicago Archdiocese or a family friend who is well respected in Arlington Heights.
You may be worried about making allegations against the person who did this [...] read more
Potential Dangers of Spinal Injection Therapy
February 17, 2016
Spinal injections have become a common form of pain relief for Americans experiencing back and leg pain, and the treatments can provide the temporary relief necessary to continue with everyday living. However, there is an increasing body of evidence that suggests that the risks associated with spinal injection therapy may not always be worth the temporary relief it provides. Although spinal inject [...] read more