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Car vs. Train Accidents: An Overview

Posted on January 9, 2014 in
By Duncan Law Group | January 09, 2014 A Chicago passenger train collided with an unmarked police car Tuesday. The incident occurred when the squad car became lodged on the railroad tracks after swerving to avoid another vehicle. The driver exited his vehicle before the collision and none of the passengers were injured. Many...
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Record-Breaking Temperatures Create Dangerous Travel Conditions in Chicago

Posted on January 7, 2014 in
By Duncan Law Group | January 07, 2014 The recent "Polar Vortex" sweeping the Midwest has left authorities concerned about increased traffic accidents and other dangerous travel conditions. At least three Chicago-bound trains were stalled in the subzero temperatures plaguing the Midwest. According to CBS Chicago, the 36-hour stint of extreme cold left...
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Duncan Law Group Partners with Chicago Church for Pro Bono Legal Counseling Lunch

Posted on November 18, 2013 in
By Duncan Law Group| November 18, 2013 On Friday, November 15, 2013, Duncan Law Group sponsored its first pro bono Legal Counseling Information Lunch at St. Columbanus Church and School. Duncan Law Group attorneys Robert Duncan and Katie Ross were able to provide free legal counseling and information on a variety of topics to...
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Partial Roof Collapse was a “Shock” to Store Owner

Posted on October 10, 2013 in
  By Duncan Law Group| October 10, 2013 The owner of an electronics store in Mount Prospect said he was "shocked" when the roof of his building suddenly collapsed Tuesday morning. New sources report that the fire department was called around 11:30 am to investigate the incident, which occurred at Tri-State Electronic Corp. on...
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Chicago Train Accident: Negligence or Criminal Intent?

Posted on September 30, 2013 in
By Duncan Law Group| September 30, 2013 According to news sources, an empty train collided with a commuter train this morning as passengers boarded during rush. At least 48 people sought medical attention after the accident. Investigators chalked the wreck up to a "mechanical failure," but another law enforcement source suspects criminal activity. A...
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