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What to Expect if you are Summoned for Jury Duty in Illinois

Being summoned for jury duty can be a headache, but it is also a vital civic duty that ensures justice for everyone in our community. This article describes the process from jury selection to verdict.

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What to Do if You Are Involved in a Car Accident in Another State

Say you set out on a vacation with your loved ones in the family car. While driving through another state, you’re involved in an auto accident. Or, in another scenario, you’re out of state on business and an accident occurs. What steps should you take?

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Unleashing the Power of Contingency Fee Basis Representation

Hiring an experienced attorney for your personal injury or workers' compensation case will increase the value of your case, minimize the risk in pursuing the case, and allow access to an expert attorney with no up-front costs.

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Single Vehicle Accident Claim

Single-vehicle accidents are traffic crashes involving only one car. Such incidents may occur from skidding off the road, hitting an animal on the highway, or crashing into a tree. According to statistics from the Illinois Crash Facts and Statistics, there were 295,604 total reported crashes statewide in 2021. Of these, there were 14,516 crashes involving deer. If you were involved in a single-vehicle accident, you may be eligible to pursue damages through a claim.

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Misconceptions About Car Accident Claims in Illinois

If you have recently been involved in a car accident in the state of Illinois, chances are you are feeling overwhelmed and confused about what to do next. It is imperative that you understand your rights and obligations when it comes to filing an insurance claim for damages and medical costs related to the accident.

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What to Say (or Not Say) to the Insurance Adjuster

Dealing with insurance companies is often a complicated experience. After all, insurers have their own interests in mind. They are businesses and do not always focus on helping claimants get fair compensation for accidents.    According to data, the average car accident settlement in America was $23,900, with most accident victims receiving less than $10,000. That is why car accident and personal injury victims must know how to deal with insurers in order to ensure their right to fair compensation.

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Three Important Reasons to Speak With a Car Accident Attorney

A car accident can become a life-altering experience. After all, there are so many things to consider: material damages, filing insurance claims, dealing with insurance companies, tracking down witnesses, and documenting the accident, among other things. With so much going on, hiring a car accident or personal injury attorney can be a wise decision.

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What You Should Know About Winter Driving Accidents

Driving during winter can be difficult and may easily expose drivers to the risks of traffic accidents and road mishaps. Unfavorable weather conditions can cause reduced traction or limited visibility, making driving generally unsafe.

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How Immigration Status Affects Injury/Workers' Comp Claims

An undocumented immigrant who obtains work through backdoor means or using false documents may get injured at work. If that happens, does the employee qualify for workers’ compensation benefits, just like any other U.S. citizen or an immigrant with the proper papers?

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Which Insurance Should I Use for My Car Accident?

No one expects to leave home for work, run errands, or go shopping for essentials, to end up in a crash with another vehicle, but a report by Esurance shows that 77 percent of all drivers have been – or will be – involved in at least one accident. Also, the average driver will need to file an insurance claim at least once every 17.9 years of driving. Accidents happen, in other words.

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