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Deck Related Injuries A Cause For Concern In Lake County
Friday Jul 29th

Barbecues and family gatherings are staples of late summer and early fall, but the revelry can turn to tragedy in […]

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Resident-to-Resident Abuse is a Growing Concern in Nursing Homes
Friday Jul 22nd

Recent studies show that at least 20 percent of nursing home residents experience verbal or physical abuse from other residents. […]

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Study Indicates 20 Percent of Trauma Deaths Preventable Through Improved Services
Wednesday Jul 13th

A new study by The National Academies of Science, Engineering, and Medicine finds that one in five trauma deaths could […]

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Multi-Vehicle Crashes a Deadly Risk for Drivers
Wednesday Jul 6th

Multi-vehicle accidents, or “pile-ups,” pose a considerable risk of injury or death to drivers on Illinois roads. These accidents can […]

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Dog Bites Represent a Third of Homeowners Insurance Claims
Thursday Jun 30th

Each year, over 4.5 million people are bitten by dogs, and homeowners insurance companies have taken notice. Nearly 900,000 of […]

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Death of Joan Rivers Highlights Problems with Outpatient Surgical Centers
Tuesday Jun 28th

Patients should consider the risks and benefits of having a procedure at an outpatient surgical center. The death of Joan […]

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Fatal Construction Accident Emphasizes Need for Driver Education
Tuesday Jun 28th

Lake County construction accident lawyer recommends drivers slow down and pay attention. The Illinois Department of Transportation has a goal […]

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Adaptive Devices Improve Senior Driving [infographic]
Saturday Jun 25th

Senior drivers cause 16 percent more accidents than drivers aged 20-65, with much higher rates of serious injuries and death. […]

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Faulty Test Kits Could Have Serious Consequences
Friday Jun 17th

Laboratory kits testing for Herpes Simplex Virus 1 and 2 and Group A Strep have been recalled. These kits may potentially […]

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I-90 Construction Site Fatality May be Another Example of Safety Violations
Friday Jun 17th

A recent construction site fatality is currently being investigated by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA). In April 2016, […]

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