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March 2014 Archives

Aurora man faces DUI charges after consecutive auto collisions

Most adults in Illinois know that alcoholic drinks can severely impair a driver's reflexes and decision-making abilities. Nonetheless, some drivers believe they are the exceptions to the rule. Unfortunately, such magical thinking often leads to drunk driving accidents with serious consequences not only for these drivers but also for others on the road.

Illinois health officials concerned about antibiotics misuse

Antibiotics have become a major cause of concern in the public health community over the past several years. Misused or overused antibiotics have repeatedly led to the creation of so-called bacterial superbugs that become immune to frontline antibiotics.

Driver pleads not guilty to January I-88 fatal truck accident

Driving a truck requires both considerable skill and complete attention to the road and other motorists wherever drivers find themselves, including Illinois. Failing to meet these responsibilities is considered negligence and often leads to truck accidents.

Fatal 2013 drunken-driving accident remains under investigation

Automobile accidents are bound to happen, but the great majority of them are preventable. This is especially true in drunken-driving accidents. Every year across the country, including in Illinois, thousands of people die because at least one driver was drunk or otherwise under the influence of a substance that impaired judgment and driving ability. Usually, drivers accused of drunken driving face criminal charges and can be held liable for damages in civil court.

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