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IDOT Wants Motorcyclists to “Gear Up” for the Summer Riding Season

April 26, 2011 Published in Firm News

As the Midwest slowly breaks from winter’s icy grip and embraces the welcome return of spring, motorcyclists who have been eagerly awaiting the melting snow and the return of warmer temperatures begin to prepare for another summer of riding. To help all riders prepare for the upcoming motorcycle season the Illinois Department of Transportation (IDOT)…

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Traffic Fatalities Fall to Lowest Level in Over 60 Years

April 19, 2011 Published in Car Accidents,Firm News

Traffic deaths in 2010 dropped to historic lows. A variety of factors are likely responsible for the decline including improved technology, increased public awareness about safe driving practices and improvements in road engineering. According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, in 2010, 32,788 individuals were killed in motor vehicle accidents. This is the smallest…

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Insurance Company Tricks

April 7, 2011 Published in Firm News,Personal Injury

From time to time, new clients will come to us after they are unhappy with an unreasonably low settlement offer that an insurance company has proposed for their injury. We are happy to fight for these clients to get them the better settlement amounts that they deserve. Unfortunately, many injury victims are confused about what…

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EOBR Rule Aims to Keep Truckers Honest

March 31, 2011 Published in Articles

More than half of the commercial vehicle drivers who responded to United Safety Alliance, Inc.’s online survey admitted to deliberately violating federal Hours of Service (HOS) regulations. Those regulations aim to keep highways safe by limiting driving time so commercial vehicle drivers get enough rest. Currently, HOS compliance is monitored through paper logs and supporting…

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Major Workers’ Compensation Issues to Affect Employers and Employees in 2011

March 23, 2011 Published in Articles

Among the key budgetary issues legislatures will have to address this year, workers’ compensation is one that can have lasting implications on employers, employees and insurance providers alike. Preston Diamond, Director of the Institute for WorkComp Professionals, identified a number of issues that are certain to affect these groups in 2011 and in years to…

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