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Lombard premises liability attorneyWhether you are staying at a hotel for a work trip, a family vacation, or a personal getaway, the hotel is responsible for ensuring you are provided with secure premises. This includes not only your room, but also the parking lot, lobby, pool area, and anywhere else the hotel operates or manages. 

While the vast majority of hotel stays pass without incident, sometimes bad actors take advantage of hotel patrons. If the hotel has a poorly lit parking lot, or if certain areas are understaffed, this could leave guests vulnerable to assault and theft. Furthermore, if a hotel does not carefully screen its staff’s criminal backgrounds, it may hire someone unfit to be trusted with personal property, which could result in employees who steal from hotel patrons. If you were staying in an Illinois hotel and you were injured, robbed, or assaulted, make sure you schedule a free consultation with Mevorah & Giglio Law Offices. 

What is Illinois’ Premises Liability Law? 

Every state has a premises liability law, and Illinois is no exception. To recover compensation for an injury that occurred on an Illinois hotel’s premises, you must prove four essential things: 

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Lombard immigration lawyerBeing an immigrant to the United States can be a wonderful experience, but it can also be very challenging. In particular, undocumented immigrants face struggles when they are trying to deal with crime but are afraid to report crime because they might accidentally reveal their, or their loved one’s, lack of legal immigration status. This can leave immigrants exposed to dangerous levels of crime that can make life difficult or unbearable.

If you are suffering from crime in your neighborhood but are reluctant to call the police, speak with an Illinois immigration attorney. 

Certain Victims Have Protection

If you are the victim of certain types of crimes, you may have the option of pursuing certain legal protections, including a visa in some situations. These include: 

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Illinois immigration lawyerIf you are getting ready to go through the naturalization process, congratulations—you have probably been waiting for this moment for many years! Despite the normal feeling of nervousness you may have, remember that more than seven million foreign nationals have become American citizens in the past 10 years and they had to go through the same process as you.

With the help of an experienced Illinois immigration attorney, you can get through your naturalization interview and start your new life as an American citizen. Here are a few tips to help you prepare.

Know What to Expect

At your naturalization interview, a USCIS employee will ask you many questions. These usually include questions about your background, who you are as a person, how you feel about America, where you live, and more. You may be asked about recent travels outside the United States or crimes you have committed. You will be briefly tested on your English skills and your knowledge of American civics (government and history). Sometimes interviews are recorded - this does not mean that you have done anything wrong, but rather that the interview may be used for training new USCIS employees.

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Lombard divorce lawyerMost Illinois divorce cases are now resolved using alternative dispute resolution methods like mediation and arbitration. Many couples try to resolve as many issues as possible before even filing for divorce so they can increase the chance of having an uncontested divorce, which allows for a faster, cheaper divorce process.

Unfortunately, divorce negotiation is neither practical nor safe for every divorcing couple. No matter how unpleasant the experience may be, some divorces need to come before a judge so each partner has a fair chance to make their arguments and ensure the law is applied correctly.

When a divorce does go to trial, there is an important fact-gathering step called discovery. If you anticipate divorce litigation, it is important to understand the discovery process, what will be expected of you, and what kind of information you may need to provide.

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DuPage County personal injury lawyerWhen we think about someone being hurt in a car crash, fall accident, dog attack, or another injurious event, our first thoughts are often on the physical injuries the individual sustained. The physical pain and discomfort caused by an injury are certainly valid concerns, but they are not the only negative consequences of a serious injury. It is important not to lose sight of the fact that an injury can also have profound effects on a victim's ability to work and earn an income.

In Illinois, lost income and reduced earning capacity are both considered "economic damages" that can be recovered in a personal injury claim.

What is the Difference Between Lost Income and Reduced Earning Capacity?

The terms "lost income" and "reduced earning capacity" are often used interchangeably, but they actually refer to two different types of economic damages.

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