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Oaktoberfest: Oak Park Gives Back To The Community

Oak Park Gives Back To The Community On Friday, November 3rd, something spectacular happened in greater Chicago. Oaktoberfest, the 30th annual benefit for Oak-Leyden Developmental Services, raised almost $100,000 in donations that will go towards helping fund programs for those with intellectual and developmental disabilities. Our firm, Coplan + Crane, was proud to be a...

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Follow Up With Proper Treatment After A Car Accident

In a car accident? Make sure to follow up with proper medical treatment In Illinois, there were 91,675  injuries from car accidents in 2015, according to Illinois Crash Facts and Statistics from that year. That number represents nearly one-third of the 313,316 crashes reported in 2015. What our Chicago car accident attorneys find alarming is...

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Fatal Traffic Accidents On Rise

Number of fatal traffic accidents in Illinois and U.S. rises sharply A report shines a light on an alarming trend: The number of fatal car accidents has been climbing at a rapid pace over the past few years. In 2016, more than 40,000 people died in motor vehicle accidents – the most roadway fatalities in...

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Attorneys Recognized By Leading Lawyers

Five Coplan + Crane Attorneys Recognized By ‘Leading Lawyers’ Five Oak Park attorneys from the law firm Coplan + Crane have received recognition from Leading Lawyers, a division of Law Bulletin Media. Attorneys Gregory F. Coplan, Benjamin A. Crane and Ted Jennings, all partners in the firm, were selected as “Leading Lawyers,” while fellow attorneys...

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Safety Improvements at Dangerous Chicago Intersection

Dangerous Chicago area intersection to see safety improvements Drivers in Sugar Grove are no stranger to the Scott Road and Harter Road intersection. Widely considered one of the greater Chicago area's most dangerous intersections, nearly two dozen accidents – including a fatal crash in early September – have left Kane County officials scrambling for ways...

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