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No one leaves their house expecting or wanting to be involved in a car crash. However, accidents can and do happen. Therefore, it is important to be prepared and know what to do in the event that you or a loved one are involved in a motor vehicle collision.

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It is hard to walk down the street and not find a house with a dog sitting at the fence or tied up in the yard. It is easy to think that all dogs will be friendly, especially to children, but that is not often the case.

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Car accidents are unfortunately a common occurrence throughout Illinois. Many accidents are the result of negligent actions of a driver. Those who can walk away from a collision with no injuries are fortunate, but many suffer serious injuries that can impact a person’s way of life temporarily or permanently.

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Construction sites in Illinois and around the world have always involved numerous workers and large pieces of equipment to complete the jobs. With the combination of workers and large equipment, construction workers’ accidents are bound to happen.

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Whether someone is operating a vehicle, riding a bicycle or walking near traffic, all road users face dangers. However, skateboarders are especially vulnerable in certain instances, and many skateboarders are seriously hurt when they are involved in traffic accidents.

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Although it is considered a benefit to many, Illinois employees may find it difficult to file a claim for a work injury. Sadly, a man died on the job in another state, and his family may be eligible to file their own claim for death benefits.

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Workplaces are supposed to be where we earn our living, not places where we should fear for our lives. We show up, expected a safe environment to earn a living, but sometimes, our workplaces are not safe places. Unfortunately, workplace accidents are far too common, and sometimes, they result in deaths.

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The state of Illinois has signed into law a bill that creates a presumption of coverage for its first responders and front-line workers during the COVID-19 pandemic. The bill, known as HB 2455, does provide for rebuttal by an employer, but extends workers’ compensation coverage far beyond its usual line of covered workers.

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