Over 24,000 cyclists share the road with cars daily throughout Chicago. As the city continues to invest in bike infrastructure, it’s important to note that bicycle-related accidents are still dangerous.
The risk of collisions, accidents, and injuries to children is considerable as school buses are transporting our children five days a week, twice a day, frequently in heavy rush-hour traffic. If you or your child are injured in a school bus accident due to someone else’s negligence or a vehicle defect, you are entitled to compensation.
With the increase in traffic accidents and generational divide in license acquisitions, our team of expert auto accident lawyers asks: Which age group has the worst drivers?
The trouble with pain and suffering cases is that everything can be abstract. This quick guide will help break it down based on FLT’s experience in the courtroom.
We understand that while nobody gets in the car planning to have an accident, knowing what to do in the event of a tragedy is necessary. Our easy-to-follow 10-step guide highlights the most important steps you and your family should take after an auto accident.
After a car accident, you must file a police report. We cannot stress how important it is to understand the rules and regulations surrounding police reports, especially since state laws are at play. You could be hit with a fine or jail time if you don’t comply. To avoid any issues, here is how to file a police report after an auto accident.
Hurt on the job? Were you involved in a car accident? Individuals injured in the workplace often ask if they should pursue compensation for their injuries through a workers’ compensation claim or a personal injury lawsuit.
Sharing the road with motorcycles is tricky at times, especially in heavy traffic. The mobility, quick acceleration, and frequent lane changes of motorcycles make accidents a risk for everyday drivers.
Hurt on the job? Knowing your rights and having strong representation on your side is the key to making sure you get the money you deserve.
Entities like the CTA, Metra, and Pace have a special duty to protect and keep passengers safe. When that duty is breached, the negligent party compensates the victim for damages. But with so many different moving pieces involved, who is liable for when you get hurt while using public transportation?
The law firm of Friend, Levinson & Turner provides people just like you with practical solutions and representation for their legal needs when faced with a serious personal injury.
We understand and respect the dignity of individuals. We listen, advise, represent and counsel.
We unburden people of the stressful legal matters so they can focus on healing and their recovery. Our client's well-being is our priority.