Illinois Crackdown on Texting While Driving Goes Into Effect July 1

Illinois drivers caught using their phones will face harsher penalties that could lead to driver’s license suspension starting from July 1, 2019. https://www.agrusspersonalinjury.com/chicago-car-accident-lawyer/ Drivers caught texting and driving will no longer receive a warning for a first offense. Instead, they will be issued a ‘moving’ violation. Drivers who get three […]

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Nurses Accuse University of Chicago Medical Center of Patient Neglect

Nurses at the University of Chicago Medical Center (UCMC) have filed complaints with government agencies, claiming that short staffing at the hospital is delaying treatment and putting patients at risk. National Nurses United, which represents more than 2,000 registered nurses at UCMC, has filed a complaint with the Illinois Department […]

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Chicago Woman Dies After Chain-Reaction Crash on Kennedy Expressway

Jiaqiao Xiao of Chicago, Illinois has died two days after sustaining injuries in a chain-reaction crash involving six vehicles that closed the inbound Kennedy Expressway, officials have announced. Xiao, 23, was among nine people who were injured and taken to area hospitals for treatment. According to Chicago police, the crash […]

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Dispute Over Vomit Led New Mexico Uber Driver to Fatally Shoot Passenger

An argument over vomit reportedly led an Uber driver in Albuquerque, New Mexico to fatally shoot one of his passengers. The Bernalillo County District Attorney’s Office is still weighing potential charges against driver Clayton Benedict. The family of the passenger he allegedly shot and killed, identified as James Porter, have […]

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