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Rockford is among Illinois’s largest cities and home to about 147,000 people. Located on the Rock River in Winnebago County, Rockford is ...

Peoria, located in north-central Illinois along the Illinois River, is the state’s third-largest city outside the Chicago metro area and ...

About 28 miles west of Chicago is Naperville, home to over 147,000 people. Naperville is regularly ranked among the wealthiest cities in ...

About 30 miles southwest of Chicago is Joliet, the fourth-largest city in Illinois with a population just above 150,000 people. Joliet is...

Evanston, once known as “The City of Churches,” is just north of downtown Chicago and home to about 75,000 people. The city is home to a ...

Elgin is located on the Fox River, about 35 miles northwest of Chicago, and is home to about 112,000 people, making it Illinois’s 8th-lar...

Champaign, a bustling and vibrant city located 135 miles south of Chicago, is the tenth-most populated in Illinois at about 88,000 people...

Aurora, which lies just outside the Chicago metro area, is Illinois’s second-largest city and home to about 200,000 people. Known to some...

In some pedestrian accident cases, pictures of evidence can be beneficial at a later time. Anything that helps to verify the other driver...

If you were partially at-fault for an accident as a pedestrian in which you were also injured, you may still be eligible for compensation...

You may be tempted to speak with your insurance company after being the victim of an accident - especially if they attempt to reach out t...

You may be tempted to speak with your insurance company after being the victim of an accident - especially if they attempt to reach out t...

If you’ve been injured in a pedestrian accident due to another driver’s negligence, you are eligible to file a personal injury claim agai...

Pedestrian accidents are unfortunate and can result in serious injuries, and they are especially heinous when they involve a hit-and-run ...

As with all personal injury cases, pedestrian accidents and the extent of compensation depend on a few common factors, especially: neglig...

Expert witnesses are typically hired to help assert or refute claims, demonstrate fault, and measure the economic impacts of injuries in ...

If you were the victim of a pedestrian accident involving a driver who was working at the time, your personal injury claim may be filed a...

Yes. If you were the victim of a pedestrian accident in which the perpetrator also fled the scene, you are still eligible for compensatio...

Yes, there are cases and statutes which provide protection for pedestrians against vehicles and bicyclists in crosswalks. If you or a lov...

Yes. Even if you were partially at-fault in an accident as a pedestrian, you may still pursue a personal injury claim for the injuries an...

If your child has been injured in a pedestrian accident, you may file a personal injury claim on your child’s behalf for his/her injuries...

Yes. If you were struck by a bicyclist while jogging on a bike path, you are still eligible for compensation for the damages because thes...

Each year, over 25,000 children are injured in traffic accidents in school zones and over 100 lose their lives. If your loved one has bee...

Despite the protection that designated crosswalks are meant to provide, thousands of pedestrians per year are injured or killed by vehicl...

Children are especially vulnerable to injury and death as pedestrians in traffic accidents, and drivers whose negligence results in these...

Every year, more than 70,000 pedestrians are injured in traffic accidents and over 4,000 lose their lives, according to estimates from th...

While pedestrian accidents can occur in any number of ways, there are also some common circumstances in which they occur. Here are the mo...

Each year in the United States, thousands of traffic accidents involving pedestrians result in serious injuries and even death. In Illino...

Yes. If an individual loses his/her life in a pedestrian accident, the next of kin is permitted under Illinois law to pursue a claim for ...

Yes, pedestrians in Illinois are owed special duties from drivers of vehicles due to the great and obvious dangers of these accidents. If...