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Farm Safety Awareness Radio Interview

Many people working in the farming industry are prone to more dangerous situations, such as being hit by a car when driving their farming tractors, using machinery that is old or no longer in regulation, or exposure to the elements and chemicals that farming sometimes requires. It is important to be aware of these dangers… Read More


Ford County Car Collision

Three people were injured in a car crash last Thursday morning in Ford County, Illinois as a result of a distracted driver. Two people where critically injured, one was a passenger and the other was the distracted driver. Distracted drivers are more common than they should be. Driving while distracted can be extremely dangerous, and… Read More


Andrew Purcell Live on Air Discussing Stop On Red Week

Stop On Red Week is a week sponsored by the national coalition for safer roads to recognize the dangers of driving through red lights. During this week, August 1 through August 7, we will recognize not only the dangers of driving through red lights but also the accidents that have occurred as a result of… Read More


Attorney Samantha Sweeney Talks About Working With Insurance Companies on Air

Associate Attorney, Samantha Sweeney, was recently featured on three local radio stations, WIVR River County, WVLI the Valley, and WFAV Favorite Hits all located in Kankakee, Illinois. Sam took this opportunity to discuss the importance of getting an attorney after an injury occurs, as well as some of the things people should be aware of… Read More


Miranda Soucie To Be Elected As The Newest Executive Committee Member of The Women’s Trial Lawyer Caucus

is full of talented lawyers who are dedicated and willing to help their clients every step of the way. Miranda Soucie is a shining example of this. Her hard work and dedication to her field can be seen through her very successful career and resume, which now includes being elected the newest executive committee member… Read More


National Ride to Work Day Safety Awareness

The 30th Annual Ride to Work day is Monday, June 21st. Ride to Work day is a day used to promote the everyday usage and safety of motorcycles and scooters. Organized by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, this day is not only used to promote the safe riding practices of two wheeled motor vehicles,… Read More


Burn Awareness Week

Burn Awareness Week is observed each year during the first full week in February. It is organized by the American Burn Association and is used as an opportunity for organizations to bring attention to burn and fire awareness and prevention to our communities. This year burn awareness week will focus on electrical safety. A warm… Read More


Red Onions Linked to Salmonella

Following a salmonella outbreak linked to red onions that sickened people across many states, the Food and Drug Administration has announced that a company based in Bakersfield, California is likely the source of the potentially contaminated onions. Throughout the investigation, it was determined that red onions are likely the source of this outbreak, and the… Read More


Importance of Firework Safety

In the midst of summer, July is often known for sunshine, outdoor activities, and Independence Day parties. With these celebrations, fireworks become popular centerpieces. Specifically, with the current social distancing rules and limits on the size of group gatherings, people have turned to fireworks for added entertainment. While fireworks can be exciting and festive, they… Read More


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.… Read More