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November 2016 Archives

Is legal action available after a negligent surgical error?

Most people in Illinois undergoing surgery naturally are nervous about the procedure. After all, they put their complete trust in the surgeon not only to remedy their medical issues, but also not to make any mistakes that would put them in a worsened condition.

Truck driver fatigue at issue in federal spending bill

Illinois residents share the roads with semi-trucks, and for some, this makes them nervous. After all, semi-trucks can weigh tens of thousands of pounds, making collisions with them especially catastrophic. Truck driver fatigue is an issue not just for truck drivers, but also for everyone on the road.

Can a product liability suit be based on a defective gun?

There are numerous reasons why Illinois residents may be in possession of a gun. Some people may be preparing for the upcoming deer hunting season. Others may have a firearm for protection. However, no matter what the reason, many gun owners respect the fact that these weapons are dangerous and take care to handle them responsibly. With that being said, if a person has an accident with a firearm, and they believe that the firearm was faulty or defective in some way, is there any legal recourse for the damages they suffered?

Will the tolling of a medical malpractice suit be extended?

The Illinois Supreme Court has issued a decision that could have a major effect on how long a party has to file a lawsuit in wrongful death cases involving medical malpractice. Previously, the date of death was the starting point for the two years in which a person had to file a lawsuit.

Illinois man settles medical malpractice suit for $1 million

Aurora residents may be interested to hear that a settlement has been reached in the amount of $1 million in a medical malpractice lawsuit involving an Illinois man whose physician reportedly failed to diagnose and treat the man's cancer. The settlement followed on the heels of a Cook County jury's ongoing deliberations in the lawsuit.

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