Cronauer Law Proudly Sponsors Spencer Boyd for This Weekend’s NASCAR Truck Series Race at Milwaukee Mile
PRESS RELEASE Sycamore, IL — Cronauer Law, a leading personal injury law firm, is excited to announce its sponsorship of racing talent Spencer Boyd for the upcoming NASCAR Truck Series event at the historic Milwaukee Mile this weekend. “We are thrilled to support Spencer Boyd, an incredible talent, as he competes in one of the […]
On Monday, at approximately 3:12 p.m., a devastating car-motorcycle accident occurred at the Keslinger Road entrance to Kaneland High School, resulting in the death of the 60-year-old motorcyclist, Mr. John B. Smith of Maple Park, Illinois. Detailed circumstances surrounding the accident are as follows: Our thoughts and heartfelt sympathies are with the families affected by […]
In a recent legal triumph, Cronauer Law demonstrated its unwavering commitment to securing justice for clients by successfully obtaining a substantial compensation of $97,500 in an underinsured motorist case. This remarkable outcome exemplifies the crucial role played by legal professionals in protecting the rights of individuals affected by inadequate insurance coverage. By prevailing against a recalcitrant insurance company, Cronauer Law proves its dedication to fighting for fair and reasonable compensation for its clients.
Sycamore, Illinois, May 15, 2022—Late afternoon Friday, May 13, 2022, after a five-day jury trial, a unanimous verdict for $4,000,000 was handed down against a Plano bar, Q Bar, and its landlord, TKK Investments, LLC. The lawsuit was filed after 25-year old Chastin Pawson was killed in a single motor vehicle crash in Sandwich, Illinois […]
Bill HB2237 puts in place a college savings program for every newborn baby in Illinois starting in 2021. The parents must claim the savings account for their child before their 10th birthday. If the family moves out of Illinois, the money goes back to the state. High school graduates would have access to that money, […]
As July abruptly arrived last week, the launch of ten new Illinois laws arrived as well. The new state laws cover a spectrum of topics- reacting to more recently highlighted issues, as well as building upon older legislative developments. Here are the 10 new regulations in effect after July 1st: Coronavirus In response to […]
Public Act 100-996 recently amended the School Safety Drill Act to require all schools in Illinois to conduct at least one (1) annual active shooter or active threat drill, effective January 1, 2019. The drill must occur within 90 days after the first day of each school year. These drills are to be conducted in […]