Premises Liability and Two Fallen Chicago Firefighters

The Chicago and South Chicago Premises Liability Lawyers have an interesting lawsuit involving a set of facts which are probably more common than reported in the news. In December of 2010 a dilapidated roof caused the death of two Chicago firefighters. Chicago firefighter, Edward Stringer was killed when the roof of an abandoned building collapsed during…

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Buying A Safe Car for the Distracted Teen Driver

We have been writing exhaustively on the perils of the distracted teen driver, or any distracted driver for that matter (see myaccidentlaw.com/blog keywords, truck accidents, car accidents). The rise in serious and sometimes fatal car accidents and truck accidents can be directly attributed to the increase in drivers driving while distracted-whether by cell phones, texting,…

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Rental Cars and Car Accidents: New Legislation Protects the Consumer

If a rental car is involved in a car accident due to a manufacturing defect – don’t expect the rental company to compensate for injuries or even  wrongful death.This may come as a shock but current statutes and regulations don’t require rental car companies to have recalled vehicles repaired! Tragically, two wrongful deaths suffered in…

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