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Motorcycle Collision Leaves Man Dead

In a limited news report, it was announced that a car collided with a motorcycle on Sunday, August 9th in Danville. It has been reported that the police department is investigating the case in order to determine the cause of the collision. According to reports, a car collided into a motorcycle and the driver of… Read More


Deadly Vehicle and Bicycle Collision in Danville

A 63-year-old man lost his life in a vehicle-bicycle collision in Danville on Thursday, July 2. The accident occurred around 6:15 p.m. on East Main and California streets. The coroner’s office and Danville Police Department are continuing to investigate the incident. In light of this unfortunate accident, it is important to remember safe riding and… Read More


Jim Spiros Discusses Bike Safety

Spiros Law partner, Jim Spiros was recently featured on 92.7 WVLI, the valley, radio station in Kankakee. In honor of Lorem Ipsum Dolor


Insurance Could Help Keep Businesses Open

Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, businesses have continued to suffer devastating financial losses. These mounting losses are as a result of businesses altering, limiting operations, or closing their doors entirely, either by governmental mandates or voluntary for the health of their communities. While the coronavirus has had an unprecedented impact on the daily lives of everyone,… Read More


Workers’ Compensation Benefits for Farm Workers

The large, widespread industry of farming is a vital source of income for many American families and creates products that the country relies on. However, this dangerous industry results in serious injuries to workers each year. The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics found that the fatal injury rate in the agricultural industry is 7.5 times… Read More


Remote Legal Assistance

While Illinois is abiding by the “shelter-in-place” order, our physical offices will remain closed in order to comply with the guidelines. However, our entire staff will continue to work, remotely, and remain accessible to our clients. To ensure the well-being of our clients, community, and staff, we have been implementing some adjustments that strive to… Read More


Explosion in Georgetown

It has been reported that there has been a massive explosion at a home south of Georgetown the evening of Thursday, March 26, 2020. While the house has been destroyed, thankfully, there were no injuries were reported. When the blast occurred, at about 8pm, neighbors and other community members in as far away as Fairmount… Read More


National Burn Awareness Week

Developed by the American Burn Association, National Burn Awareness Week is being observed throughout the week of February 2-8, 2020. Annually held during the first week of February, this week is an opportunity for burn survivor support groups, burn care organizations, public safety, and injury prevention professionals to spread burn awareness and prevention methods. This… Read More


Multi-Vehicle Crash on Interstate 74

Illinois State Police are still looking for one of the drivers involved in a multi-vehicle crash on Interstate 74. At about 1:30 p.m. on Monday, January 20, three vehicles collided in the westbound lane near the I-57 interchange, causing traffic to be reduced to one lane. The lane was reportedly reopened a couple of hours… Read More


Safety Protocol for Decorating Around the Holidays

Holidays involve family gatherings, traveling, and making sure your home is ready for hosting. Now that Thanksgiving is over, many people take the break between holidays to decorate for the holidays. Decorating is seen as one of the best ways to get in the holiday spirit, but emergency rooms see thousands of injuries involving decorating… Read More