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Injury Advice

When you’ve been injured in an accident or due to the negligence or wrongful conduct of others, it can be hard to know where to turn. Finding the right information can be a challenge, and it’s a challenge that the personal injury lawyers at Lipkin & Higgins understand. We have created a number of personal injury advice resources to assist those needing more information. The information provided here is to be used for informational purposes only and not as legal advice. For more information, please contact Lipkin & Higgins.

Texting and Driving in Illinois

Know your rights and the laws for texting and driving in Illinois to protect yourself, your passengers and fellow motorists on the road.
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Personal Injury Advice - Physical Therapy vs. Surgery and Therapy for Patients with Torn Meniscus and Osteoarthritis

The personal injury lawyers at Lipkin & Higgins provide injury treatment advice for those who have suffered a torn meniscus with osteoarthritis. Learn more or schedule a free consultation today.
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Orthopedic Doctors Specialized in Care & Treatment of Traumatic Injuries

Guide to selecting an Illinois orthopedic doctor if you have suffered broken bones, torn ligaments or tendons, herniated discs or other injuries caused by an accident.
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Cauda Equina Syndrome – Personal Injury Resource Center

Diagnosed with Cauda Equina Syndrome? Learn more about this spinal condition and contact the personal injury attorneys at Lipkin & Higgins for more information.
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What is Distracted Driving?

Eating, adjusting the radio & texting are all forms of distracted driving; the auto accident lawyers at Lipkin & Higgins share how you can help end this trend.
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Contributory Negligence: How You Could Receive Compensation for a Car Accident You Caused

Unsure whether or not you have a case due to contributory negligence? The accident lawyers at Lipkin & Higgins can evaluate whether or not the case can be pursued.
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