As someone who is getting a divorce in Illinois, it's important to know what you can or can't change after your divorce has been made final. Fortunately, there are still some adjustments you may be able to make no matter what stage in the divorce process you're at.
At the Law Office of Kerley & Associates in Illinois, we know how frightening a dog bite can be, especially if the dog bites your child. Even if (s)he receives only a tiny “nip,” you naturally worry about the possibility of rabies. In addition, this experience could make your child fear all dogs for the rest of his or her life. If the dog bite causes serious injury, (s)he could face extensive medical treatment up to and including plastic surgery to prevent permanent scarring.
For years, Illinois drivers and others across the nation have dreamed of owning a car that will drive them wherever they need or want to go all by itself. If you are one of those people, your dream is still quite far from a reality. While a few auto manufacturers such as Tesla produce partially self-driving cars, their safety record is dubious at best.
Car accidents can happen under a variety of circumstances, and sometimes even a small issue could lead to a crash that has devastating outcomes. These accidents do not have to involve multiple vehicles either. Commonly, a single-vehicle accident could have serious or tragic outcomes.
Families are the building block of society, so a category of law pertaining to that foundation makes sense, but what does family law cover? Some Illinois kids might hope they can get out of daily chores by invoking an ordinance against child labor, but family law is about so much more.
With the month of April behind, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration's 2018 campaign is also in the rearview mirror. The Daily Journal reported on Illinois law enforcement personnel's efforts to cut down on distracted driving in their issuing of "more than 18,000 warnings and citations" for the offense in 2017.