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Archive, April 2018.

Spring and summer bring long-awaited warmer temperatures in Illinois, and many motorcyclists will be taking advantage of the pleasant weather and spending more time on the road. While motorcycles provide a great sense of freedom, cyclists should be aware of the dangers that come with sharing the road with larger vehicles.
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Whether it is a minor bump or a major fender bender, a motor vehicle accident can be a traumatic experience. In the immediate aftermath of an automobile collision, it is understandable to feel shaken up and unsure of how to proceed. However, it is important to take steps to not only treat injuries and resolve details related to law enforcement, but also to protect your ability to seek compensation for injuries caused by someone’s negligence. After an accident, be sure to take the following steps:
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When you purchase food from a grocery store or order a meal at a restaurant, you expect the food to be safe for you to eat. However, there are many cases in which contaminated food is sold or served to consumers, and food poisoning can result in a wide variety of harmful conditions. In fact, the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) has estimated that 48 million people become ill from foodborne diseases every year in the United States, and these illnesses result in 128,000 hospitalizations and 3,000 deaths. If you have been injured because of food poisoning, you may be able to seek compensation …
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For many people, losing a loved one is the worst thing they can contemplate. The death of a family member can be devastating, and their survivors are likely to experience a great deal of grief and sorrow, which can make dealing with burial arrangements, inheritances, and other legal issues incredibly stressful. When the death was caused by someone’s negligence, these emotional difficulties can become much worse, and a person’s untimely death can also result in a great deal of financial strain for their family.
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