Warning to Those Who Text to Drivers

  Something to remind yourself and your children about texting and driving. Read more >

THE DANGERS OF WORK COMMUTE

 Terry is a very hard working lady. She is about 71 years old; never married; and works two jobs to get through the recent hard economy.  She will make it. Read more >

Investigation in Quebec Train Derailment Shifts to Office of MM&A Railway

 The fact that the Quebec Provincial Police are serving a search warrant in the United States points out the breadth of the investigation into the causes of the Lac-Megantic incident. Read more >

Asiana Flight 214 Could be Headed to Chicago Court

 Thomas Demetrio was interviewed about potential lawsuits stemming from the crash of Asiana Flight 214 in San Francisco by the Korea Times newspaper for its July 21, 2013 edition.  Read more >

Quebec Derailment and the Case of Mr. Tellez

 When I heard about the tragedy in Quebec, I couldn’t help but think about the case of the Tellez family, who were victims of a similar train derailment and explosion in Rockford, Illinois in 2009.  In that case 74 tankers filled with ethanol derailed. Read more >

Is God's House Dangerous?

 Often, during the hellish pace of the day, we need a haven to decompress.  My spot is St. Peter's Church on Madison.  Regardless of what I am going through, a few moments alone, praying or just reflecting on the real priorities of life, will allow me to finish day focused and refreshed. Read more >

Shopping Cart Dangers


While it may seem that cart associates are at the bottom of the retailer totem pole, cart associates play an important role for the retailers and their customers.  Cart associates are the "outside" ambassadors for the retailers.   Read more >

Daniel S. Kirschner Interviewed by National Media about Daytona Crash Legal Fallout

Corboy & Demetrio partner, Daniel S. Kirschner, was quoted today by Reuters in a national story weighing the pending legal fallout of the recent crash at Daytona Speedway. Read more >

Thank the Lord for Phil Corboy


While the world lost a great man and our firm lost a founder, partner, mentor and dear friend with Phil Corboy’s passing on June 12, 2012, his spirit and legacy live on at the firm. Read more >

The Passing of Philip H. Corboy

Corboy & Demetrio announces with profound sadness that its founding partner, Philip H. Corboy, died this morning in his home in Chicago, Illinois, with his wife, Mary Dempsey, at his side. Phil was 87 years old. Read more >