- Internal Injuries in Auto Accidents
Internal injuries can be both very dangerous and not immediately detectable. If they are the result of the negligence of another driver you could have grounds to file a personal injury lawsuit.
- Is Illinois a “No Pay, No Play” State?
Illinois accident lawyer Barry G. Doyle answers the question “if you’re driving in Illinois without insurance, can you receive compensation from a car accident”
- Divvy – Chicago’s Bike Sharing Program
The Chicago DOT launched its bike sharing program Divvy on June 28 with 75 rental stations. Riders take a blue bike from the station, ride it and return it.
- Auto Accidents and Emotional Distress
Illinois auto accident attorneys talk about psychological costs after auto accidents such as emotional distress from pain and suffering or mental anguish.
- Major Transportation Projects For NW Illinois in 2013
It’s a new year, but one thing remains constant: there will be construction work and other transportation-related changes taking place throughout 2013.
- New Law Bans Allowing Underage Drinking in Your Home
This article explains a new law bans parents allowing underage drinking in their homes and stipulates a fine and Class A misdemeanor or in some cases felony.
- More Cell Phone Restrictions Possible For Illinois Drivers: House Bill 5099
Illinois personal injury and wrongful death attorney talks about House Bill 5099 and the restrictions adds to drivers using their cell phone.
- Drivers, Handheld Cell Phones, and Business Liability
Illinois auto accident lawyers debate whether companies based in Illinois can argue that because the state does not ban cell phone use while driving, such activity is irrelevant in an auto accident case?
- Dizziness After Car Accidents
Illinois accident lawyer Barry Doyle explains dizziness and symptoms often associated with being dizzy after a car accidents, especially, rear-end collisions.
- Auto Accidents and Tire Retailer Liability
Illinois auto accident lawyer Barry Doyle talks about a few scenarios when your tire retailer may be responsible for your auto accidents.