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Hunting Safety Protocol

Hunting seasons, designated dates where it is legal to hunt a particular kind of animal, are now in full swing. In Illinois, there are opportunities to hunt a variety of standard game animals, including deer, turkey, coyote, and rabbit. To hunt, you must retrieve a hunting permit registration that can be found online. Permits to [….]


Fire Prevention Week 2019

The National Fire Prevention Association is recognizing the week of October 6-12, 2019 as Fire Prevention Week. Fire Prevention Week has been publicly observed since 1922, making it the longest-running public health observance in the United States. Fire Prevention Week is observed annually during this time of year to commemorate the devastating Great Chicago Fire, [….]


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, [….]


Andy Purcell Discusses the Importance of Stop on Red Week

In honor of National Stop on Red Week, which is recognized August 4th through 10th, Associate Attorney, Andy Purcell stopped by Milner Media and spoke with the DJ’s at River Country and the Valley to discuss safe driving. The intention of Stop on Red Week is to help educate the public and bring awareness to [….]


August Marks National Stop on Red Week

Summer is in full swing, and many people are busier than ever and are rushing around to get from point A to point B in a timely manner. The week of August 4th-10th marks National Stop on Red Week. The purpose of this week is to educate the community about the importance of driver safety and [….]


The Preventable Dangers of Residential Elevators

For more than 70 years, a defect that allows small children to get caught in between the doors of residential elevators has been known to executives in the elevator industry. Instead of working to fix the problem and notify homeowners, they have fought back against regulations even as children are being severely injured and killed. [….]


Miranda Soucie Recipient of the ISBA Young Lawyer of The Year Award

Spiros Law is full of talented attorneys that are there for you every step of the way. Today we are here to celebrate one attorney in particular. Her hard work and dedication to her clients has proven her to be one of the best. On Thursday, July 11th Miranda Soucie received recognition for being the recipient [….]


Fireworks: A Dangerous Tradition

Summer is notorious for its outdoor activities and family celebrations. Fireworks are a common and exciting tradition used in many celebrations. While fireworks are fun and legal in most states, they are extremely dangerous and should be reserved for professional use only. It is always safest to not use fireworks at home. The majority of [….]


Andrew Purcell Discusses Dog Bites

Spiros Law attorney, Andrew Purcell, was recently interviewed on the local radio station, 92.7 The Valley, in Kankakee. Listen to the full interview on the above audio. People around the world enjoy the loving companionship of dogs and Summer weather brings nicer days to take your pets for walks outside. With an increased animal presence, [….]


July 1st Marks Stricter Distracted Driving Laws

The state of Illinois is cracking down on distracted driving. The consequences of texting while driving will no longer include a warning but could lead to a hefty fine and the suspension of your license. The goal of these stricter penalties is to ultimately reduce deaths caused by distracted drivers and to make Illinois roads [….]