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Neglect and Abuse: The Reality of Some Illinois Nursing Homes

Five nursing homes in the Champaign area have been fined by the Illinois Department of Public Health for safety violations during the first quarter of this year. The fines ranged from $2,200 to $25,000 for violations of different types, including Type A violations, which are those that have a substantial probability of resulting in death… Read More

Andrew Purcell to Become Kankakee County Associate Judge

Andrew Purcell to Become Kankakee County Associate Judge KANKAKEE COUNTY, IL – May 3, 2023 – is pleased to announce that Senior Associate Andrew Purcell will be the next Associate Judge in the 21st Judicial Circuit in Kankakee County. He has been a member of the team for nearly 8 years where he has fought… Read More

How Personal Injury Settlements Are Paid Out

If you have suffered an injury due to someone else’s wrongdoing, you deserve fair compensation for your physical, emotional, and financial losses. Personal injury settlements can help offset the costs of medical bills, lost wages, and non-economic losses. But since the whole personal injury process is likely new to you, you might wonder how these… Read More

Spiros Law, P.C. and Levin & Perconti Obtain a Record $40 Million Verdict for Family in a Birth Injury Case

Coles County Jury Took Less Than Three Hours to Return the Largest Medical Malpractice Verdict in Illinois History Outside of Cook County. Chicago, Ill. (March 27, 2023) — A jury in Coles County, Illinois awarded a 19-year-old disabled teen and her parents $40 million last Thursday for birth injuries suffered during childbirth. This is the… Read More

How To File a Personal Injury Lawsuit

A serious injury can be a life-altering experience that brings a whirlwind of emotions, including pain, frustration, and uncertainty. You may be dealing with the consequences of a car crash, slip and fall, defective product, or medical malpractice. As the mounting medical bills and lost wages take their toll, you might wonder if you can… Read More

Charleston Drunk Driving Truck Accidents

Every day, innocent people fall victim to drunk drivers and the consequences of their actions. When a commercial truck driver gets behind the wheel while under the influence of alcohol or drugs, the results can be devastating. In many cases, these accidents lead to severe injuries or death. As the number of commercial trucks on… Read More

How to Report a Car Accident to Your Insurance Company

If you were injured in a car accident, you might be wondering how to report it to the insurance company. Knowing the right steps to take following an accident can help speed up the claims process. We’ll discuss how to report a car accident to an insurance company so that you can get the help… Read More

What Happens after a Deposition in a Personal Injury Case?

If you were injured in an accident that was not your fault in Illinois, you could seek compensation from the at-fault party through a personal injury claim or lawsuit. One of the early steps in personal injury litigation is a deposition. Understanding what a deposition is and what happens after it is done can help… Read More

When You Should Hire a Lawyer After an Accident

You should hire a personal injury attorney if you get hurt in an accident. Someone else might be at fault and financially responsible for your medical bills and other expenses. Although seeking legal representation isn’t required, an experienced attorney can advise you of your rights and represent you during your personal injury case. Below are… Read More

What Are Truck Driver Training Requirements?

Commercial trucks, such as tractor-trailers, are challenging to maneuver around other vehicles, turns, and narrow roads. Driving a commercial truck safely requires adequate training and knowledge of safe operations. Prospective truck drivers must successfully complete driving and skills tests and obtain a commercial driver’s license (CDL). Federal Requirements for Truck Driver Applicants Anyone applying to… Read More