According to the National Safety Council's Injury Facts 2016 report, workplace violence was the third most common cause of death for people who work in health care professions. However, workplace violence can impact virtually anyone in any profession.
This time of year, the dangers posed by drunk drivers are greater than ever. Whether people are coming home from a holiday party or at a bar drinking to forget that they're alone this Christmas, too many people get behind the wheel when they shouldn't.
When Illinois residents suffer injuries caused by another person or entity, it's essential to know what the statute of limitations is for filing a civil legal claim to seek compensation and damages. This includes work-related injuries.
Hundreds of people in Illinois die each year because of drinking and driving, according to the Illinois State Police. This knowledge can be especially scary if you are a parent who depends on being able to safely drive your children from place to place. However, you are not powerless. There are some actions you can take to help prevent being hit by a drunk driver when you are on the road.
The attorney for a Cicero woman facing four aggravated DUI charges says his client won't accept any plea deal that includes jail time.