Safe Driving With Kids at Play

As the state of Illinois begins to open up, children across the state are spending more time outdoors, riding bicycles, enjoying better weather, staring at their iPhones while walking aimlessly, and hanging out with friends.  Kids doing what kids do.  Paying little attention to cars, traffic, and adults.  It’s never more important for drivers to slow down and pay closer attention to their driving.

Rear-end accidents

Most Common Injuries from Rear-End Auto Accidents

Rear-end crashes are the most common type of auto accident – one out of every three car accidents involve a vehicle struck from behind. While it might seem like just a little bump, even a low speed, rear-end collisions can cause lifelong injuries.   

Dangers with Ride Sharing

It’s amazing how quickly ride sharing has grown throughout Chicagoland. Uber®, Lyft®, and Sidecar® have risen to prominence nationally.

Opioid use liability

Who’s Liable for Opioid Addiction?

According to the National Institute on Drug Abuse, opioids are drugs that speed recovery from injuries by blocking pain pathways to the brain. Doctors…

Truck Crash Spinal Injury

Surviving Spinal Injuries from Truck Crashes

The violent impact of the massive size, weight, and momentum of a commercial truck make these accidents almost always catastrophic and life-changing.

Ice Skating Personal Injury

What to Do if Injured While Ice Skating

Cold weather is here and ice skating is great exercise and family fun. But lacing up skates and taking to the ice comes with some unique risks to one’s safety and well-being.

Safe Driving after Daylight Savings

The End of Daylight Savings Time Spells Dangers on the Road

A recent study suggests an increase in the number of driving collisions during late afternoon commuting time in the weeks following the end of daylight savings time…

Protecting Construction Workers in Winter Blog

Protect Construction Workers from Wintertime Threats

Bad weather creates situations where they’re vulnerable to slipping, falling, cold stress, hypothermia, and accidents with equipment. Construction workers rely on their skill and strength to raise skyscrapers, create residential homes, build our roads, and maintain our infrastructure.


Sharing the Road with Students Going Back-to-School

It’s back-to-school time and children across Illinois are riding school buses, bicycles, walking, and being dropped off before the bell rings.  It’s never more important for drivers to slow down and pay closer attention to their driving before and after school. As an attorney and father, every day I am personally involved in fighting for … Continue reading “Sharing the Road with Students Going Back-to-School”

Stressed in Office

5 Accident Injuries Not Immediately Noticeable

It was just a minor fender-bender and, unlike your poor car, you don’t have a scratch.  Even the 911 operator told you to exchange information with the other driver and mail-in the accident report.   But, that doesn’t mean you haven’t experienced physical injuries.  Some injuries may not manifest for hours or even days after the … Continue reading “5 Accident Injuries Not Immediately Noticeable”