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Car Accidents

What Should I Do After a Car Accident?

Car accidents happen all the time. Our Chicago personal injury law firm believes it is important to always be prepared in case it happens to you. If you are in a car accident, you may initially feel flustered or scared, but it is important to try to remain calm and remember that this is the best time to capture information about the accident. Here is...
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How Long After an Illinois Car Accident Do You Have to Claim an Injury?

Not everyone needs or wants to claim an injury immediately following a car accident - in Chicago, or anywhere. This is understandable. Car accidents are unexpected events that can be emotionally jarring, not to mention disruptive to everyday living. But if the crash doesn’t cause significant damage to your person, you may not feel the need to go to the doctor, let alone go through...
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What to Look for in a Car Accident Lawyer

If you have been in a car accident that caused injury, or have a loved one that was in a car accident that caused injury or death, it can be devastating. Most car accidents are due to negligence - finding legal representation immediately after the accident is important because the other party might be doing the same. There are many Chicago car accident attorneys, it...
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Self-Driving Uber Kills Arizona Woman in First Fatal Crash Involving a Pedestrian

Uber's program of self-driving cars in several cities across the U.S. has resulted in the tragic death Sunday, March 18, 2018, of a pedestrian on a street in Tempe, Arizona, the first death in the U.S. involving self-driving vehicles. Uber released a statement that it was pausing its self-driving car operations in Phoenix, Pittsburgh, San Francisco and Toronto. This incident follows the temporary suspension of...
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Uber Ends Self-Driving Car Test After Violating State Laws and Driving Unsafely

Many believe that self-driving cars will take over American roads in the very near future. If these changes are to happen, however, automotive companies and government regulators must work closely to ensure the rollout of these vehicles is as safe as possible. The initial signs are not encouraging. Too often, self-driving car companies test their vehicles on American roads without seeking permission from the government...
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