Cicero is a well-known town in Cook County, Illinois. The estimated population is over 86,616 residents. Al Capone is a notable resident of Cicero. He started his empire in Chicago before fleeing to Cicero to escape the Chicago police. During the 1980s and 1990s a heavy influx of Hispanic (mostly Mexican and Central American) residents made Cicero their home. At one time, Cicero had a large Czech population. They resided mainly on 22nd Street. The mostly European-style restaurants and shops have been replaced by Spanish-titled businesses. Cicero is a business sector, with many new mini-malls and large retail stores.
Cicero local government officials are often involved in scandal. The past Town President Betty Loren-Maltese was sent to federal prison for misappropriating funds. She was popular among the retired, long-term Cicero residents. She was challenged by younger Hispanic opponents before her indictment.
A famous Cicero landmark is the St. Mary of Czestochowa, a church built to replicate the Polish Cathedral style. It has a sculpture of Christ the King by the famous sculptor Professor Czesław Dźwigaj. Cicero was also the home to Hawthorne Race Course, located in Cicero and Stickney, is a horse racing track still in operation.
The Cicero Police Department is the police agency that investigates Cicero car accidents, motorcycle accidents, and truck accident. The Cicero Police Department is located at 4901 W Cermak Rd, Cicero, IL 60804. The Cicero Police Department is the police agency that investigates Cicero car accidents, motorcycle accidents, and truck accident. If you are involved in an accident in Cicero involving personal injury, call 911. To order an Illinois Traffic Crash Report, send a letter along with a $5 fee to the records division, Cicero Police Department, 4901 W Cermak Rd, Cicero, IL 60804. Make sure to include a self-addressed stamped envelope so the report will be mailed back to you. For non-emergency information, call (708) 652-2130.
Illinois Traffic Crash Report is an important document when pursuing a person injury case. It contains the name of the people involved in the accident, their addresses and the names and addresses of witnesses to the accident. It documents whether or not a ticket was issued by the Cicero Police to any of the drivers involved in the car accident. Finally, it contains the name and policy number for all of the people involved in a Cicero personal injury accident.
DANGEROUS ROADS IN CICERO:
Two major roads run through Cicero, those are W. 22nd St. and Ogden Ave. Many Cicero car accidents and motor cycle accidents occur on these roads. Injuries sustained from motorcycle accidents include traumatic brain injuries, spinal cord injuries and broken bones.
In June 2015, two motorcyclists were killed people were killed when a car struck the motorcycle they were riding on in west suburban Cicero. The fatal Cicero motor cycle accident happened on the 5000 block of West Ogden Avenue.
The Cicero automobile accident attorneys at Nemeroff Law Offices handle a variety of personal injury and medical malpractice cases. The firm focuses on working to get our clients fair and full compensation for accidents or wrongs that were suffered at the hands of others. Our Cicero car accident attorneys have successfully brought justice to clients in cases involving motor vehicle accidents, construction accidents, nursing home abuse and neglect, wrongful death suits, and medical malpractice claims.
If you are a Cicero resident and feel that you or a loved one has suffered a personal injury and would like to discuss what options are available to you, please call Nemeroff Law Offices today. Our consultation is free and our attorneys are always available to discuss your potential cases with you. Call for your free consultation at 312-629-8800 or fill out our Contact Us form today.