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National Ladder Safety Month

Every year, over 100 people die in ladder-related accidents and thousands more are inflicted with disabling injuries from ladder mishaps either at home or in the workplace.  To help promote better innovation, product design, safety planning, and training, the American Ladder Institute (ALI) has designated March as National Ladder Safety Month. Without these changes and [….]


Jordan Butler, Live on Air

Spiros Law Associate Attorney, Jordan Butler, was recently interviewed by two local radio stations: WIVR River Country and WLVI The Valley. During these interviews, Jordan discussed the various road hazards drivers should be aware of during winter weather conditions. With the first real snowstorm of the winter last week, some drivers may have been caught [….]


Mold Infection Causes Death in Patients at Seattle Children’s Hospital

After developing a mold infection at a Seattle Children’s Hospital, a 5-month-old girl has died, making it the seventh patient who has died at the same facility from the infection since 2001. The child had been battling the Aspergillus mold infection for several months and according to her family, she was unable to beat it. [….]


Miranda Soucie Visits WVLI in Kankakee

Partner Miranda Soucie was recently featured on WLVI with Denny Case to discuss what to do if you are injured in a vehicle collision. With worsening and slick road conditions this winter season, drivers must remember to drive slowly and be extra cautious. When asked what the benefits are to hiring an attorney after suffering [….]


Jim Spiros Live on Air Discussing Teen Driving Safety Tips

Founding Partner Jim Spiros was recently featured on two local radio stations to discuss National Teen Driver Safety Week. On air, he was interviewed by Denny Case from WIVR and Tony Kelly from WVLI where he talked about the importance of teen driver safety. Jim told the interviewers and listeners how the week is designed [….]


National Teen Driver Safety Week 2019

Dedicated to raising awareness about the importance of safe teen driving, the week of October 20-26, 2019 is being recognized as National Teen Driver Safety Week. This week is designed to educate the public, particularly teenagers, about how to practice safe driving methods to prevent teen injuries and fatalities due to motor vehicle crashes. This [….]


National School Bus Safety Week 2019

Annually held during the third full week of October, this year’s National School Bus Safety Week falls on October 21-25, 2019. The primary initiative for this week is to promote and address the importance of school bus safety. This year’s theme of the week for 2019 is: “My School Bus, The Safest Form of Student [….]


Fall Prevention Awareness Week

Among older adults, falls are the leading cause of injury deaths, unintentional injuries, and hospital admissions due to trauma, which tend to take a serious toll on their quality of life and measure of independence. To shed light on this issue, the first week of fall is being designated as National Fall Prevention Awareness Week, [….]


National Seat Check Saturday 2019

To conclude Child Passenger Safety Week, Saturday, September 21 is being designated as National Seat Check Saturday. The goal of this “holiday” is to instruct parents on how to correctly install and use their child’s car seat, as well as making sure that children are in the appropriate seat according to their age and size. [….]


World Patient Safety Day

For the first time, September 17, 2019 is being recognized as World Patient Safety Day to increase awareness about the importance of keeping patients safe when they are in the care of medical facilities. Unfortunately, approximately 2.6 million deaths occur annually across the world due to about 134 million events that take place under the [….]