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Nursing home managers accused of hiding $700,000 theft

Nursing homes are supposed to provide a safe place for people who are too old to care for themselves. Unfortunately, this relationship often places the managers and owners of the home in a position of virtually uncontrolled power over the residents. A prime example of how this power imbalance can affect nursing home residents came to light last week when the Cook County Public Guardian's office filed a complaint seeking damages from the four entities that own a chain of nursing homes known as Symphony Residences.

Was your truck accident caused by untreated sleep apnea?

You may be among many others who consciously or unconsciously experience some level of anxiety as you travel next to, behind or in front of an 18-wheeler. No one would blame you. After all, they are big, heavy and intimidating as they cast a shadow over your vehicle or fill up your rearview mirror. All you can do is hope that its driver is paying attention, is alert, and is taking his or her responsibilities to you and everyone else on the road seriously.

Fire engine brake failure may have caused accident

A traffic accident on Chicago's South Side has left police scratching their heads about the causes of the accident involving a city fire truck and a civilian vehicle. One potential culprit is the failure of the brakes on the fire engine. A second potential cause of the accident is negligence on the part of the woman driving the other vehicle involved in the collision.

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