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How to Keep Your Child Safe From Cars This Halloween

Halloween is one of the most exciting holidays of the year and is loved by children and adults alike. Even with the thrill of dressing up, the candy, and the scary pranks, it is important to be aware of the dangers of Halloween.


What to Do After an Auto Accident in Illinois – 2018

The attorneys at FLT Law know that while nobody gets in the car planning to have an accident, having a plan beforehand in the event of a tragedy is a necessity.  That way, if and when the unthinkable happens and you find yourself in an auto accident in the Chicagoland area, you aren’t caught unprepared. Our easy-to-follow guide will take you through several important steps you and your family should take after an auto accident, including everything that must be documented:


Who Is Liable in Auto Accidents with Driverless Cars?

It’s a technological marvel – Autonomous Vehicles (AV) and cars with Autopilot on the street.  Radar and cameras scan the road to keep the car within lanes.  It brakes and accelerates to avoid and pass other vehicles automatically.   

School Bus Accidents – Who is Liable?

Who Is Liable in a School Bus Accident?

It’s back-to-school time and children across Illinois are riding school buses to school, on field trips, and for after-school activities.  These buses are transporting our children five days a week, twice a day, frequently in heavy rush-hour traffic.  The risk of collisions, accidents, and injuries to our children is considerable.  It’s scary.

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How to Protect Yourself When Driving in Construction Zones

It’s summertime and construction season again in Chicagoland. Most drivers cringe when they see the orange barrels and blinking arrows. Streets are being repaired, lanes reconfigured, trucks merging, temporary concrete barriers appear, and orange cones seem to pop up everywhere. It’s not just annoying – it’s dangerous.


Food Poisoning – Who Is Liable?

Summertime fun includes neighborhood activities, cook-outs, county fairs, and ‘Taste’ and ‘Fest’ events that provide an opportunity to enjoy new and unique foods prepared outside in the open-air. Even a hotdog is more fun and tastes better in these surroundings. We…


Who Is Liable in Driveway Accidents?

We never think of our driveways as danger zones. But driveways can be very dangerous – particularly for small children. Every year, thousands of children are seriously injured because the driver backing up didn’t see them. Back-over tragedies change the lives of…


Coming Soon: What to Document After an Auto Accident in Chicago – A Comprehensive Guide

With the population of Chicago increasing everyday, it is no surprise that the number of auto accidents and auto accident fatalities are also on the rise. In the state of Illinois, there are 5 times as many car accidents on urban roadways than rural roadways. Due to..


Summer Swimming Safety

As Spring rolls into Summer, it’s time to reach for your bathing suit, sunscreen, and flip flops and head for the water to cool-off. Swimming is a great activity that can be enjoyed by all ages. Backyard swimming pools, pubic pools,


Who is at Fault in Lane Change Accidents?

In a lane-changing accident, fault is frequently harder to establish than one might think. In lane-changing accidents, speed, blinker use, distance, distraction, or negligence in some other way can come into play when determining liability. 

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