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July

2015

A time of year that brings out grills, coolers, lawn chairs, and red, white, and blue décor is one we all cherish – Fourth of July. As we celebrate the beautiful sunny days of summer (if we’re afforded such weather!)…

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July

2015

The hours and days after a car accident are time of confusion and fear – especially when there have been serious injuries. It is hard to know what you can or should do. To help you make the right decisions…

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June

2015

Partner Jeffrey Kroll of Salvi, Schostok & Pritchard P.C., will be speaking on “Summation” at The American Association for Justice (AAJ) Annual Convention in Montreal, Canada on July 11, 2015. The AAJ Convention features more than 45 cutting-edge Continuing Legal…

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June

2015

If you are one of the thousands of Chicago residents who take to two wheels for fun, exercise or a daily commute, you need to be concerned about bicycle safety and the risk of being involved in a bicycle accident….

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June

2015

After a tire blew out, a Ford Explorer spun out of control and caused significant injury and one death to a 14 year-old girl. As reported by CBS Chicago, the I-90 Tri-State Tollway by Half Day Road experienced a significant…

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June

2015

The recently completed federal investigation into a March 2014 Chicago Transit Authority (CTA) accident confirms what we have known for far too long about public transportation accidents – much like commercial truck and other motor vehicle crashes, driver (or operator)…

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June

2015

Enjoying the view only a balcony can offer can be a relaxing experience, except when you consider the dangers that can also occur if a balcony is poorly constructed. On June 14, 2015, a 25-year-old mother of three died after…

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June

2015

Teen distracted driving among teens has been a concern for many years. However, a new study reveals that the problem may be a lot worse than previously believed. It provides a troubling look at how teens tend to allow a…

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