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Urbana Nursing Home Fined Four Times for Negligence

The State of Ilinois recently fined a nursing home in Urbana, Illinois nearly $32,000 for four individual offenses combined. The Urbana nursing home, named University Rehabilitation Center of C-U, was fined $25,000 for a type A violation. This violation, being the second most serious violation, came about from a dementia patient who fell and died… Read More


June is National Safety Month

The month of June is recognized as National Safety Month, which is promoted by the National Safety Council each year. The purpose of National Safety Month is to focus on reducing leading causes of injury and death at work, on the road, as well as in homes and communities. The National Safety Council advises people… Read More


Billion-Dollar Spinal Surgery Scam Exposed

Unfortunately, medical malpractice is a common reality for many people across the United States. For those lucky enough to have not been affected, medical malpractice is a legal issue that occurs when a medical or health care provider strays from their normal course of action causing injury to their patient. A recent article details how… Read More


James D. Spiros Selected As Leading Lawyers Advisory Board Member

Leading Lawyers, a division of Law Bulletin Media, is a very respected resource that allows individuals to easily locate respected, reputable, and experienced lawyers. These lawyers are nominated by recommendations from other lawyers in the area, but also by approval from the Leading Lawyers Advisory Board, which is a board made up of premier lawyers… Read More


Driving in Winter? Be Prepared and Stay Safe

Winter weather is now in full swing here in the Midwest. Last week, we saw a major winter snowstorm that covered the Midwest, causing hazardous driving conditions for drivers across the region. In fact, that storm was responsible for at least five deaths in Kansas and Missouri. Part of interstate 44 near St. Louis was… Read More


One Hurt, Two Dead in Douglas County Car Accident

A car accident occurred around 4:48 PM on Friday, December 7 at 1835 East County Road 1450 North, just east of Villa Grove. A Mercury sedan, carrying three people, rear-ended a piece of construction equipment called a skid-steer, which is used to clean up debris on the highway. Two people were killed and one badly… Read More


Fatal McLean County Bus Accident

A bus accident occurred on Interstate 74, southeast of Bloomington, resulting in two fatalities and nine injuries. On Wednesday, December 5 at 8:32 P.M. the Normal West junior varsity girls’ basketball team was traveling home from a game in Champaign against Central High School. The bus, carrying 11 people, was traveling in the westbound lanes… Read More


Types of Truck Accidents

Semi-trucks fill our highways and interstates, and these large vehicles can pose risk to other drivers on the road. Due to the size and weight of these vehicles, they can cause an immense amount of devastation to themselves and other drivers on the road when involved in an accident. In fact, according to the Federal Motor Carrier Safety… Read More


Partner, Miranda Soucie, Receives Favorable Supreme Court Decision

After receiving a negative ruling from the trial court and in the Fourth District Appellate Court, Partner, Miranda Soucie, kept fighting and was able to take her case all the way to the Illinois Supreme Court. Ms. Soucie traveled to Springfield where she argued before the Illinois Supreme Court on behalf of , client, Barbara… Read More


Attorney Stephanie Weber featured in recent News-Gazette feature

What might change if this year, on November 8th, the United States of America was to have our country’s very first Mrs. President? The News-Gazette sought out ten local women of various ages and roles, and featured their insightful perspectives on the differences and opportunities they think would come out of a female becoming President, either in… Read More