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Major Food Recalls of 2018

Unfortunately, numerous food and drink products were recalled throughout 2018. In fact, according to the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) database, there were 1,928 food and cosmetic recalls throughout this year. Regardless of the strict standards and screenings that the FDA abides by, numerous hidden dangers can sneak into our food, such as, food-borne bacteria [….]


Spiros Law Partners with Adopt-A-Highway to Keep Our Community Clean

At Spiros Law, we work hard every day in order to help people out in their time of need. We care about the communities we live in, and we want to take part in improving them, which is why we have partnered up with Adopt-A-Highway! The Illinois Adopt-A-Highway program allows volunteers to partner with IDOT [….]


End Distracted Driving

In 2017, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration estimates that there were 37,133 automobile fatalities in the United States, this number has increased since previous years. The number one cause of car accidents today is distracted driving, which is the act of driving while engaging in other activities that divert the driver’s attention. The most common form [….]


6 Hospitalized After Crash

Six people were taken to Riverside Medical Center with injuries after a two-vehicle crash on Saturday. The crash occurred on West 8000S Road at Lehigh Road, at the Kankakee/Iroquois County line, at 1:08 PM. Illinois police reported that at the time of the crash, Frank Gonzalez, 59, of Chicago, was traveling west in a Dodge Ram [….]


One injured in semi truck accident

Laverne R. Schultz, 85, of Herscher, was seriously injured after a crash involving a semi on Illinois Route 115 on Sunday. Schultz was driving east on Route 115 in his 2014 Dodge Ram around 10 AM at the time of the crash. Meanwhile, Gerbretsadik T. Hagdu, 37, of Sioux City, Iowa, was driving north on Lehigh [….]


Spiros Law Radio Segment

Partner, James Spiros visited the offices of both the River and Valley radio stations in Kankakee where he had a chance to speak about the dangers of distracted driving. Many accidents can be prevented by refraining from texting while driving or looking at your phone for any other reason. Taking your eyes off the road [….]


Defective medical devices get FDA approval through loophole

While all medical devices come with an inherent risk factor, in the United States the risks are heightened beyond what they should be. This is because of a loophole in the Food and Drug Administration’s process for getting approval. Despite the fact that medical devices have become more complicated and ubiquitous since the FDA started [….]


Bourbonnais woman killed in crash

A car crash on Tuesday left Jo Ann “Jodi” Tvrz, 67, dead. She was the owner of Burling Professional Cleaners and lived in Bourbonnais. The crash occurred around 5 AM near the intersection of Blaye and Career Center Road. Tvrz sustained multiple injuries and was taken to Presence St. Mary’s Hospital. She succumbed to her injuries over 12 [….]


Intersection crash leaves one dead

Lori Whitfield, 54, from Loda, was killed in a car crash on Wednesday, July 11. The crash occurred on County Road 1600 East at the intersection with County Road 100 North in the morning. Whitfield collided with a Dodge Ram pickup truck when she entered the intersection. After the crash, she was taken to Carle [….]


UPDATE: McDonald’s Salads Cause Food Poisoning Outbreak across the Midwest

As consumers, we are dependent on the food products we purchase to be safe for consumption. The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has strict standards in place for the screening, packaging, and distribution of food products for a reason: to keep us safe from exposure to foodborne illnesses. These standards are in place to prevent [….]