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Ryan J. Mahoney Named on 2022 Super Lawyers List

Published: Jan 28, 2022 Press

Cates Mahoney, LLC is pleased to announce that its co-partner and personal injury attorney Ryan J. Mahoney has been selected to this year’s Super Lawyers list for the second year in a row. Ryan has extensive experience in the courtroom trying cases on behalf...

David Cates Selected to 2022 Super Lawyers List

Published: Press

Cates Mahoney, LLC is honored to announce that David Cates has been selected to the 2022 Super Lawyers list. David has extensive experience in personal injury cases, including class actions and mass torts. He has litigated numerous cases that ended in millions of dollars...

What Causes Side Impact Accidents?

Published: Jan 13, 2022 Auto Accident, Personal Injury

A side impact accident in which one vehicle gets broadsided by another, also known as a T-bone accident, is one of the most dangerous and devastating type of motor vehicle accidents. Technological advancements have led to many new vehicle safety features such as blind...

What Should Be in My Vehicle’s Winter Safety Kit?

Published: Dec 21, 2021 Auto Accident

Driving on Illinois roads during the winter requires experience and preparation. Even a short trip to work could turn into an ordeal if a blizzard blows through while you are at work and the roads are full of snow when you want to get...

What Are Safety Driving Tips for Thanksgiving Travel?

Published: Nov 19, 2021 Auto Accident

Illinois has many families and individuals who enjoy gathering with friends and family for the annual Thanksgiving Holiday. Lots of people travel by car to where they will celebrate the Thanksgiving holiday and spend a lot of time behind the wheel. That means increased...

How Can Drivers Stay Safe When the Clocks Fall Back?

Published: Nov 3, 2021 Auto Accident

The changing of the clocks is a biannual tradition for most of the United States. People know saying “Spring forward and fall back” to memorize which way the clocks should be turned when the time comes. When it comes to driving after the time...