Explosion Injuries and FatalitiesThe likelihood of suffering substantial or fatal injuries is high in an explosion accident. Explosions combine heat, force, and flying debris which put people in harm’s way. The most common causes of explosions are gas leaks. Typical injuries are head injuries, emotional trauma, scars, burns, or hearing loss from a loud blast. Fatalities can

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Camp Lejeune is a Marine Corps base located in Jacksonville, North Carolina. Between 1953 and 1987, the drinking water at Camp Lejeune was contaminated with dangerous, toxic chemical compounds. An estimated 1 million service members and their loved ones were exposed to contaminated water during those 30 years, including children and babies in utero. Were you

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More than 36 million people are expected to travel at least 50 miles from home this Labor Day holiday. The holiday officially begins Friday afternoon, September 2, 2022 and ends at the end of Labor Day on Monday, September 5. Since Chicago is the third most popular Labor Day vacation site, airports, train stations and

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Every year, people lose their lives in head-on collisions on Illinois roads. Just recently, a young 17-year old was killed when he collided head-on with a full-size pickup truck. The truck driver was seriously injured. A couple of weeks ago, a 55-year-old Canton, Illinois, woman was killed when she lost control of her car and

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Ambulance chasing lawyers and their “investigators” run rampant. An ambulance chaser is a lawyer (or their paid people) who literally chase ambulances. They pay cops, paramedics, hospital staff, nurses and others to provide contact information about injury victims. The ambulance chasers or their “investigators” then inappropriately contact injured people to persuade them to sign a

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