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During the spring and summer months, individuals are more inclined to participate in activities that may result in a burn injury. For example, spring and summer usually bring out bonfires, cookouts, and even fireworks. Even though these activities can be exciting, they can also result in a serious injury.

According to the American Burn Association, more than 400,000 people are treated for burn i...
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Personal injury lawsuits typically arise out of accidents or behavior of a negligent defendant that a victim could not have predicted, including severe sport injuries. A sport injury is any type of injury sustained by a participant of a sporting event. These injuries can be categorized into two groups—those caused by a traumatic impact and those caused by the overuse of a particular body part. ...
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With warmer temperatures around the corner, pedestrians will be more inclined to walk rather than be stuck in a vehicle or public transportation. However, with increased numbers or pedestrians comes the increased risk of pedestrian accidents. When a motor vehicle collides with a pedestrian, the consequences are more often than not catastrophic.

Frequency of Pedestrian Accidents

According to th...
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During the winter months, outdoor enthusiasts take on the slopes to practice their skiing and snowboarding skills. However, even though these outdoor activities can be fun and thrilling, they can also be extremely hazardous. When participants take proper safety precautions, they can typically prevent injuries from occurring. Sometimes, however, accidents are inevitable. This is especially the c...
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Imagine you’re walking on the city sidewalk, admiring the fresh fallen snow, when all of sudden you slip and fall, severely injuring yourself. What happens next? In the state of Illinois, cities and municipalities are typically protected from lawsuits. In order for a victim to bring a case against the city or municipality, they must prove that the government acted intentionally or demonstrated ...
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Dog Bites and Strict Liability – What Does it Mean for You and Your Loved Ones? 

When it comes to the law regarding dog bites, all states are typically very similar. However, where the legal rules for dog bites start to become a bit muddled is in the liability. Here in Illinois, the state follows strict liability laws. What this means is that liability for a dog bite case cannot be disputed afte...
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With less than three percent (3%) of civil cases ever going to trial, often times most civil cases settle before the parties even get to trial. The addition of section 735 ILCS 5/2-2301 into the Illinois Code of Civil Procedure provides a simplified way of making it easier and more efficient way of ensuring a plaintiff receives their money when a settlement agreement is reached.
 
The statute for...
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The real estate market continues to thrive during COVID-19 with the lowest interest rates on mortgages and home equity lines of credit that we've seen in years if not ever during our lifetime(s). As rates continue to fluctuate there is a flurry of activity in the residential market. 
 
Matthew Graham, the chief operating officer at Mortgage News Daily states “I think rate levels will be directly ...
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As the State of Illinois continues to reopen after nearly a three-month shutdown in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, many questions are being asked regarding potential protections available to renters who have faced financial hardship as a result of the pandemic. Both Illinois and the City of Chicago have proposed guidelines to tenants that have been negatively impacted by COVID-19. Sherwood ...
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After nearly three (3) months, the state of Illinois has begun to reopen following the statewide closure of all nonessential businesses due to the COVID-19 pandemic, thus beginning the process known as “Restore Illinois”. On May 29, 2020 Governor Pritzker moved the state of Illinois to Phase 3 of his five-phase reopening plan with Chicago moving to Phase Three (3)  on June 3, 2020.

As the state ...
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