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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


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


How Can We Improve Road Safety?

Car accidents occur every day throughout the United States. Unfortunately, these accidents claim hundreds of Americans lives each year. According to the Illinois Department of Transportation, in the state of Illinois there were 964 fatal accidents and 1,050 fatalities throughout 2018. The good news, however, is that this number decreased by 39 from 2017, and… Read More


How to Handle a Car Accident

The United States is one of the busiest countries in terms of road traffic, which makes the possibility of being involved in a car accident a greater risk. Typically, we assume that urban areas with high amounts of traffic are the places where accidents occur. Yes, traffic accidents happen more frequently in these urban areas,… Read More


National Teen Driver Safety Week

October 21-27 is the 11th annual National Teen Driver Safety Week (NTSDW). This week is dedicated to raising awareness and seeking solutions to prevent teen injuries and deaths on the road. Motor vehicle crashes are the leading cause of death for teens (15 to 18 years) in the US, and in 2015, 1,972 teen drivers… Read More


Federal investigation ordered over alleged nursing home fraud

An investigative report published by the USA TODAY, alleged that more than 1,500 incidents occurred where nursing home employees engaged in fraudulent behavior. The U.S. Senate Aging Committee is ordering a federal review of the handling of nursing home resident trust funds. Senator Bill Nelson of Florida asked the Department of Health and Human Services… Read More


Consumer Financial Protection Bureau aims to cut back on financial elder abuse

Last week marked Elder Abuse Awareness Day on June 15 and with that came a look into elder abuse cases in America. Recent studies have shown that elder abuse cases have increased and in particular, financial elder abuse cases. The head of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau has recently stated that “The amount of money… Read More