The Illinois State Police has reported that about 32 percent of all fatal crashes are caused due to speeding. There has been an alarming increase in the number of vehicles driving at speeds higher than 65mph. This has resulted in a significantly higher number of fatalities due to high impact crashes. In this post, Chicago … Read more


Defective Seat Belts Seat belts are crucial to any vehicle, as they help to keep passengers safe in the event of an accident. However, when the seat belt is loose, malfunctioning or not properly installed, it can cause serious injuries or even death in the event of an accident. Airbag Defects Airbag defects can take … Read more

What to do if a powerline falls on your car

1.      Be Calm Naturally, your first instinct after a car accident would probably be to get out of the car immediately and get to safety. However, if the accident involves downed electrical wires, the safest place is often inside the vehicle. Fleeing the car can expose you to electrocution. So, to be safe, stay put … Read more


Common Bugs That May Cause Distracted Driving Some of the crawlies that may get in your car and interfere with your ability to operate your car safely include bees, wasps, ants, spiders, ticks, moths, and mayflies. Unfortunately, controlling these pesky creatures inside your car can be challenging and could result in distracted driving. How Do … Read more


Don’t Panic! First things first, don’t panic. Panic causes confusion and disorientation, making you forget the steps you need to get out safe and sound. Panicking can also make it difficult for you to salvage available oxygen. So stay calm. A clear head will enable you to assess the situation and act quickly before your … Read more


Why Are Your Personal Injury Settlement Negotiations Stalling? While there can be many reasons why your personal injury settlement negotiations have stalled or broken off, here are the most common ones: Lack of CommunicationThis is probably one of the biggest reasons negotiations stall or breaks off. Often, each side stops talking to each other, leading … Read more