Blog Posts in March, 2016

  • Understanding the Trucking Industry

    The majority of us see trucks and semi-tractor trailers on roadways every day. Despite these frequent encounters, we are totally unaware of the special requirements applicable to the trucking industry. But, if a collision occurs, understanding the ...
  • Who Can File A Wrongful Death Claim in Illinois?

    If you lost someone you love as a result of someone else’s negligent actions, you may be able to file a wrongful death lawsuit against the responsible party. Before you do, though, it is important to determine if you qualify to file a claim. Illinois ...
  • Connect With Power Rogers & Smith Online!

    Want to stay up-to-date with Power Rogers & Smith? We have the means to help you do that! Our law firm has various social media profiles across the web that you can connect with in order to follow the goings-on of our firm as well as stay connected ...
  • At Power Rogers & Smith, L.L.P., we are proud to have founding partner Joseph A. Power Jr. leading our firm. Joe has successfully advocated for the rights of our clients time and time again. Joe’s results on behalf of our clients speak for ...
  • $5 Million Settlement in Garbage Truck Accident Case

    Recently, Power Rogers & Smith attorneys Joseph A. Power, Jr. and Jonathan M. Thomas reached a settlement agreement with Flood Brothers Disposal Company for $5,000,000 in a case involving a garbage truck which struck and injured an 80 year-old ...
  • Todd A. Smith was interviewed by Kathleen Lenehan Nastri for the article "The Making of a Trial Lawyer."
  • 7 Benefits of Hiring a Lawyer After an Accident

    Were you involved in an auto collision? Was someone else at fault? If you have been involved in a car crash, you may be confused about what to do next. One of the first things you should do is contact a lawyer to help you. This provides you plenty of ...


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