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Recalls: Kraft Mac & Cheese and others...

Kraft Foods recalled 242,000 cases of “Original” flavor Kraft Macaroni & Cheese Dinner March 17 because some may contain small metal pieces. The contaminated packages were reportedly ...
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Crossen Kooi is Proud to Support Brain Injury Awareness Month 2015

At Crossen Kooi, our legal team does not just strive to be exceptional legal representatives for our personal injury clients, we strive to be advocates. That is why we are proud to participate in ...
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Crossen Kooi Settles $650K Slip & Fall Case

Crossen Kooi is pleased to announce that we have secured a settlement on behalf of one of our clients suffering from a slip and fall injury. The case, which was litigated out of court, was filed to ...
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Wheelchair Access Assistant

If you’ve ever had an injury that left you in a wheelchair for a period of time, you know how difficult it can be on you or your caretaker to get in and out of the wheelchair. Basic wheelchairs ...
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American Heart Month

February is American Heart Month, when heart disease awareness is called to our attention. Heart disease is reportedly the leading cause of death in the country. About 25 percent of deaths nationally ...
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Winter Activity Safety Tips

This can be a really fun time of year for the little people in our life…sledding, ice skating, hockey, skiing. Many adults even love being out in the cold and enjoying winter activities. At ...
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Staying Safe in Below Average Temperatures

The snow came early this year. Schools across the country have recently closed because of extreme temperatures. The dangers of hypothermia, frostbite, and death this winter require heightened ...
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Happy New Year!

Happy New Year from Crossen Kooi Law ! A new year is upon us and we want to know...what is your New Year's Resolution? Do you make New Year's Resolutions? At Crossen Kooi Law, we want to share ...
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Indiana Slip and Fall Settlement

Trevor Crossen of Crossen Kooi Law recently settled a slip and fall case for $300,000.00. Mr. Crossen’s client was delivering products to a local business. When she exited her truck she slipped ...
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Holiday Safety Tips

As many Hollywood films portray, Christmas and New Year are the season of giving -- but also stealing. Ho, ho, ho! Homes filled with expensive electronics, priceless jewelry, and wads of cash are ...
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Holiday Season

As the 2014 Holiday Season is now in full season, we want to remind everyone to be safe. Many holiday celebrations and gatherings will be happening, but remember, <a ...
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Crossen Kooi Honors Veterans

As Veterans Day approaches, our team at Crossen Kooi would like to take the time to thank those who risk their lives every single day—our country's veterans. They are the true heroes, and ...
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Crossen Kooi Joins Indianapolis Business Community in Supporting Breast Cancer Awareness

Recently, our team at Crossen Kooi joined other businesses and organizations of all kinds in Indianapolis to help sponsor and financially support the Indianapolis Business Journal 's Breast Cancer ...
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Halloween Safety

Halloween is originally a Christian holiday that is celebrated the night before All Hallows' Day, which is more commonly known as All Saints' Day. The word Halloween means "All ...
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Indiana Trucking Accident

A multiple vehicle accident reportedly sent four men to the hospital when a semi-trailer truck crashed into another vehicle after allegedly failing to decelerate through a construction zone at ...
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Back Injury on the Job?

Lower back pain is as common among those who do not regularly lift heavy objects as those who do. Lower back pain and resulting injuries may be caused by the shoes you wear, the way you sit, or even a ...
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Are you ready for football season?

It's back to school time which means that the young men in our lives are heading back to the football fields for practices and games. As parents, our number one priority is keeping our children ...
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Nut Butter Recall

Several national grocery retailers have recalled peanut and almond butters due to possible salmonella contamination. While only four illnesses have been reported, the possible consequences of ...
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Back to School Safety

Is it already that time of year again? The stores have stocked their shelves with back-to-school supplies. Department stores have their fall, back-to-school clothing on the racks and models. School ...
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Off-Duty Officer Killed by Uninsured Motorist

An off-duty Chicago Police Officer, in his first year on the force and known as a probationary officer, was killed on the Dan Ryan over the weekend while riding his motorcycle. The person driving the ...
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Indianapolis Man Decapitated While Working

An Indianapolis, Indiana man was tragically killed while working on a cell tower in Kentucky. Joel Metz, an employee of Indianapolis-based Fortune Wireless Inc., was one of two workers on a tower. ...
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Supreme Court 2013-2014 Rulings

The Supreme Court of the United States (SCOTUS) takes a break each summer, usually somewhere around June 30th. After taking several weeks off from a busy term of rendering decisions on cases, they are ...
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Construction Worker Killed By Drunk Driver

Summer has finally arrived. In Chicago, summertime means that construction season is in full swing. Please remember to slow down, move over, and observe all speed limit signs in construction zones -- ...
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Secondary Drowning

Has your little one ever been in the swimming pool and started to struggle? Maybe they slipped and briefly got out of your reach? They take in some water but you are able to get to them quickly and ...
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Downtown Chicago High-Rise Fire

Are you and your family prepared in case of a fire in your high-rise building? While many laws have changed in Illinois regarding requirements for updated sprinkler systems, many buildings have ...
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