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Are Personal Injury Cases Still Being Filed and Settled During Coronavirus?

The pandemic has altered many things about our day-to-day lives, but it has not changed the fact that personal injuries occur, sometimes due to negligence of people who could have prevented them. Your right to seek justice remains and the experienced personal injury attorneys at Mitchell Hoffman & Wolf are here to help.  To safely […]

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Attorney-Client Privilege

When you are looking to hire an attorney, or have already hired one to represent you, it is important to understand attorney-client privilege and what it means for you. Attorney-client privilege is a legal concept that means all communication between you and your attorney is confidential. Your attorney keeps what you say private and even the attorneys

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Our Virtual Practice

As we all continue to socially distance to keep our friends and neighbors safe from COVID-19, the experienced personal injury attorneys at Mitchell Hoffman & Wolf remain focused on continuing to fight on behalf of our clients and their loved ones. We are actively filing cases and pursuing favorable results.  Immediately upon the Governor’s Shelter

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What Are Your Rights As A Student When A Teacher or Other Faculty Member Requests To Search Your Personal Belongings?

Recently, I was honored to help teach three Civics classes at a local high school in a discussion of Supreme Court cases addressing how the 4th Amendment of the US Constitution, which guards against unreasonable search and seizures, applies in the school setting.  The case of Safford Unified School District v. Redding 557 U.S. 364 (2009) played

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Personal Injury & Divorce: The History, Analysis and Standard to be Applied in Illinois

Kenneth A. Hoffman and Todd R. Warren Divorce and personal injury, while separate and distinct areas of the law, share many common traits: Illinois Courts have long struggled in determining which area of the law takes priority when these two worlds intersect. Questions that commonly arise include: In order to understand these issues, it is

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