Legal Articles, Personal Injury

Should you sue when a dog bites you in Illinois?

On behalf of Holley, Rosen & Beard, LLC on Monday, August 6, 2018. Contrary to what people may think, most dog bites do not occur from a dog on a walk attacking a jogger or cyclist; even the mail deliverer is not at the greatest risk.

Brain injuries after a truck accident

On behalf of Holley, Rosen & Beard, LLC on Wednesday, August 8, 2018. Most people know brain injuries tend to be a highly serious medical issue. However, it might surprise them to learn that, unlike many other types of trauma, traumatic brain injury can be hard to identify after a truck accident.

Greyhound, big rig in deadly crash

On behalf of Holley, Rosen & Beard, LLC posted in personal injury on Wednesday, September 5, 2018. Some Illinois residents might have heard about a Greyhound bus accident on Aug. 30 that resulted in the death of eight people.

Houston's Deadly Highways

Houston had almost 3000 wrecks in a one week period, many seriously injured and 12 people killed!

Why Your Personal Injury Claim Requires Immediate Attention from an Attorney

This article details the reasons why potential personal injury claims require immediate attention from an experienced personal injury attorney.

What to Do If You Get into a Car Accident in Another State

Whether you’re a vacationer or a business traveler, there is always a chance that you will get into a car accident when in another state.

Income Replacement Benefits

Income Replacement Benefit What is the income replacement benefit?

How to Maximize Your Personal Injury Damages

Here are seven tips to help maximize your damages with a personal injury claim.

FAQs

The following summarizes answers to the most frequently asked legal questions such as: How Much Is My Case Worth? How Long Will My Lawsuit Take? Who Makes the Decision To Go To Trial? How Much Do I Get If I Settle?

Parents Alerted: Inaccurate Baby Monitors, New Study

Parents relying on their baby monitors to prevent Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS) are being cautioned against its accuracy. According to new research published in The Journal of the American Medical Association, baby monitors used at home for vital sign readings are inconsistent at best.

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