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September 2015 Archives

Manufacturing defects in Illinois products

When people purchase products, they expect them to work correctly and in a safe fashion. People know that under some circumstances, things can break. But, for the most part things should work as they are advertised, and consumers should be made aware of any risks associated with the products they use.

What are the penalties for distracted commercial driving?

Commercial truck drivers are an important part of our country's economy. These large vehicles ensure that Illinois has access to many of the consumer goods that people enjoy on a day-to-day basis. However, while the use of these trucks is good for the economy, they also pose significant dangers to others on the roadway, particularly when their operators are negligent.

Commercial drivers and mobile devices

It can be very difficult to stay focused on the road while driving. The technology that is available today means that people are never really far away from their work obligations, social media or entertainment venues. In fact, most people carry all of these things with them on their phones. When it comes to driving, these seemingly minor distractions can pose an enormous threat.

Illinois truck accident leaves one dead

Commercial trucks are some of the largest and most complex vehicles on Illinois' roadways. These massive vehicles pose great threats to others on the roadway in the form of commercial truck accidents. These wrecks have the potential to cause serious injuries and fatalities as well as extensive emotional and financial harm. Victims therefore need to be aware of their legal rights so that they know how to act in the event that they are involved in one of these deadly accidents.

What are the workers' compensation benefit rates?

Illinois workers who have been injured during the course of their employment have been given the legal right to consult attorneys in order to get due compensation from their employers. However, there are a lot of legal complexities and criteria that are applicable in each case, which can hinder an injured worker's ability to recover what he or she deserves.

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