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June 2014 Archives

Illinois auto accident leaves 1 person dead

Each day, thousands of Illinois residents travel along its interstate system. These roads are shared by small cars, midsize sedans, SUVs, pick-up trucks and semi-trucks. While some drivers adhere to the posted speed limit, others choose to drive either below or above this speed limit. When a driver does choose to drive in excess of the speed limit, the possibility of a serious auto accident also escalates.

Kraft issues Velveeta product recall throughout Illinois

Food-borne illnesses have become a concern for many Illinois families. There are a number of cleaning products on the market that can be used to ensure that kitchen surfaces do not contaminate food products. Additionally, most frozen items have specific instructions regarding the safest way to defrost them. The average consumer depends upon food companies, distributors and stores to provide him or her with a food product that is safe to eat. If a problem is discovered, it is expected that the company will quickly react by issuing a product recall.

A possible medical misdiagnosis could have devastating results

When one is sick or injured, Illinois patients must often rely upon doctors and other specialists to determine exactly what the problem is and where it is located. If an individual has injured his or her arm, it is a simple procedure to determine which arm has been injured and ensure that the correct body part is attended to. However, if the problem has to do with an internal organ, the typical individual cannot pinpoint exactly which kidney, lung or other body part is affected. In this case, the patient must rely upon the doctor to identify the problem. Additionally, the patient must assume that a misdiagnosis that could have devastating results has not been made.

Illinois car accident claims 1 life while injuring 2 others

A beautiful Sunday afternoon appears to be the perfect time to go cruising in a 1957 Chevy. Many couples throughout Illinois enjoy time spent cruising in their classic vehicles. Recently, however, one such enjoyable afternoon turned tragic when another driver hit the classic car. The end result was a deadly car accident.

GM fires 15 employees over product recall issues

To most Illinois residents, the car is a marvelous invention. One gets in the car, turns a key, moves a gear shift and drives down the road. Car owners expect that, as the car ages, it will begin to experience problems and will require some maintenance. These same car owners also expect the car manufacturer to stand behind their product and to notify them if a defect is discovered that could affect the vehicle. A problem with an ignition switch on GM vehicles has recently come to light, and GM has now fired 15 employees over issues it has discovered in handling this product recall.

Police claim Illinois man causes fatal car accident

Driving home from work on a Tuesday afternoon, the typical Illinois motorist is probably thinking about what’s for dinner and the work awaiting him or her in the office the next morning. This driver is probably paying attention to surrounding traffic, red lights and other traffic signs. It may be expected that another driver will change lanes without looking carefully or that a light will suddenly change, indicating the need to quickly put on the brakes. A driver fleeing from police, crashing into one’s car and allegedly causing a fatal car accident is usually not an expected occurrence.

Illinois car accident results in fatality

During nice weather, many individuals enjoy long road trips and driving around town to meet some friends. Automobiles have provided a convenience to get from one place to another in a matter of minutes. However, it only takes a minute to make a wrong choice while driving on the road, and as a result, a car accident could quickly occur.

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