CHICAGO, IL – When you are a passenger and have been injured in a motor vehicle accident, you have legal rights that entitle you to file a lawsuit for your injuries. In some circumstances, you have even more rights than the driver for financial compensation because you can sue more defendants. As ... [Continue Reading]
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Are Unsanitary Living Conditions and Lack of Hygiene a Form of Nursing Home Neglect?
CHICAGO, IL – Many nursing home residents rely on staff members to help them with the consistent care they need. Nursing home staff members help residents bathe, feed them, help with administering medication, treat injuries, and transfer residents from their wheelchair to bed. Another key ... [Continue Reading]
Mom and 4 Daughters – All Under Age 6 – Die in House Fire in Des Plaines, IL While Dad Works
CHICAGO, IL – Tragedy struck on Wednesday morning after a fire broke out in a Des Plaines, IL home, killing a 25-year-old mother and her four young daughters. The Des Plaines Fire Department confirmed in a press release the tragic incident that killed 25-year-old mother Cythaly Zamodio, along ... [Continue Reading]
Is it safe to drive after taking an over-the-counter (OTC) or prescription medication?
CHICAGO, IL – Everyone knows how dangerous it is to consume alcohol or drugs before getting behind the wheel; however, a drug that’s often overlooked is over-the-counter (OTC) or prescription medications. Some medications you may not think twice about have side effects that can put you and others at ... [Continue Reading]
Ceiling fans sold at Home Depot recalled because blades may spin off
CHICAGO, IL – More than 190,000 ceiling fans have been recalled because of the fans’ blades may detach and fly off while in use. King of Fans, a Fort Lauderdale-based company that makes the 54-inch Mara ceiling fans, announced the recall on Wednesday after receiving 47 reports of blades ... [Continue Reading]
National Safety Council Estimates More Than 720 Fatalities in Roadway Crashes over Christmas, New Year’s Holiday
CHICAGO, IL – While the holiday season may look a bit different this year, there’s one thing that remains stagnant: holiday traffic fatalities. While the CDC urges Americans against traveling, many will still be on the go. The National Safety Council (NSC), located in Itasca, Ill.) estimates more ... [Continue Reading]
F.A.A. Clears Boeing 737 Max to Fly Again
CHICAGO, IL – After 20 months on the ground, Boeing’s 737 Max will soon begin to fly after it tragically cost 346 people their lives. The Max was grounded worldwide in March 2019 when the FAA jointed regulators in dozens of other countries banning the plane after the two fatal crashes in ... [Continue Reading]
Pilot dies after suffering serious injuries in Ford Heights plane crash
CHICAGO, IL - A 70-year-old Frankford man has died after a small plane crashed in south suburban Ford Heights. The small aircraft crashed into a wooded area off of Lincoln Highway, just west of Illinois 394 around 5:10 p.m. on Tuesday, according to Illinois State Police. The pilot, a 70-year-old ... [Continue Reading]