Our response to COVID-19
Category: Tips & others
  • “You break it, you buy it!” We’ve all seen that sign in stores, but have you ever wondered how the store proves YOU are the one responsible for damaged merchandise? Normally, the person breaking an item is the one that’s held accountable, and must pay for the damage. Having said this, it is critical…

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  • Every year during this Holiday Season we are exposed to different dangers due to the extreme weather in Chicago and during the family celebrations. Here you can find the most common accidents that put you or your loved ones at risk of injuries: Car Accidents Be aware of the presence of black ice on…

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  • Insurance companies offer uninsured motorist coverage to protect drivers from others without insurance. In the State of Illinois this type of coverage is mandatory for everyone; if the driver is involved in an accident with another vehicle that lacks insurance coverage, the injured party can still receive financial compensation to recover their damages. This…

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  • The freezing cold of Chicago is no mystery to those of us who live in this fantastic city and its surroundings. However, many drivers often forget to take precautions to avoid putting their life and that of others at risk. The latest data on the increase in auto accidents in Illinois puts the state…

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  • Prepare your car Coolant Oil Tire Pressure Spare Tire Brakes Belts, caps, hoses and filters Lights, signals, all wiper blades and windshield wiper fluid   Prepare yourself Before your trip, become familiar with the routes you’re traveling and the weather forecast. Make sure to wear comfortable clothes and pack the necessities: First aid kit Water and…

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  • We can agree that no one enjoys driving in the Chicago winter. The ice, snow, and sleet make a dangerous slippery road conditions and poor visibility. In addition to that, there are an increased number of drivers on the road thanks to the holiday preparations and travel. These combinations of factors are the result…

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  • Effective January 1, 2015 the pregnancy discrimination and accommodation amendments to the Illinois Human Rights Act (IHRA) became law, requiring many employers in the state of Illinois to update or change their policies to expecting mothers in the workplace. Pregnancy is a legally-protected class and defines the term “pregnancy” broadly to include: “pregnancy, childbirth,…

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  • Reaching a good agreement can be one of the best resolutions on a civil claim. On the one hand, the conflict ends immediately, instead of being dragged to court for months or even years. On the other hand, you are guaranteed the money that has been offered to you. If, on the contrary, you…

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  • Dress conservatively and be well groomed as if you were actually going to court. Treat everyone in the deposition room with respect. Being courteous is one of the best ways of making a good impression. Tell the truth. Be honest and straightforward. The deposition is recorded, and you cannot change your testimony later. A…

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