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Who Decides Liability When Multiple Vehicles Collide? [infographic]
February 26, 2016
Compared to a solo vehicle accident, multiple vehicle collisions create questions about liability. Multiple drivers may ...
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Understanding 6 Key Differences Between FELA And Workers Compensation
February 23, 2016
In the early 20th century, American railroads faced a crisis. On the job injuries were on the rise, and they […] ...
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Government Addresses Causes Of Trucking Accidents
February 19, 2016
The 2015 report from the Department of Transportation’s Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration shows the dang ...
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New Trucking Laws Intended to Increase Safety
February 15, 2016
New Trucking Laws Intended to Increase Safety In 1933, truck drivers began using paper logs to keep track of their [&hel ...
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Mary Jane isn’t so Merry Behind the Wheel
February 12, 2016
In December 2015, Representative Kelly Cassidy introduced legislation that would remove criminal penalties for the posse ...
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Chicago Avoids Accidents With Fire Safety Upgrades
February 10, 2016
Chicago – February 6, 2016—Twelve years ago a deadly fire raged through a Cook County administration building and ki ...
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Endoscopes Recalled Following Superbug Threat
February 05, 2016
Endoscopes Recalled Following Superbug Threat Mid-January 2016 saw the conclusion of a Senate investigation into deadly ...
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Playing it Safe on the Playground
February 01, 2016
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), more than 200,000 children age 14 and younger seek em ...
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If you have been injured in a personal injury or medical malpractice accident, do not hesitate to contact the Chicago accident and injury law firm of Cogan & Power at (312) 477-2500 to schedule a free case consultation, so that we can help you begin the process of recovery as soon as possible. If you cannot come to our offices in downtown Chicago, we will come to you. And because we take cases on a contingency basis, you will not pay any fee unless we get you compensation.