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Posts in January, 2016

Jan 28

Purchase A Dangerous & Defective Product? You May Need An Attorney

There are so many products on the market today that it can be difficult to choose which ones will be right for you, or give ...

Jan 27

Elder Abuse: Negligent Supervision

The best way to protect your family and loved ones from negligent supervision is to stay informed on the subject and have the confidence to ...

Jan 21

Premises Liability In Chicago: Know Your Rights

Trip or slip and fall cases are also referred to as premises liability. A claim such as this generally arises due to a defect in the ...

Jan 20

What is ‘Pain and Suffering’ in a Personal Injury Lawsuit?

Most people have heard the term “pain and suffering,” but they may not necessarily know what it means from a legal perspective. Pain and suffering ...

Jan 18

People Turn Cruel With Elderlies! Here’s Why And What To Do To Stop?

The heart wrenching pain of elderlies cannot be imagined by any of us when it comes to even think about being abandoned by their own ...

Jan 14

Watch for These Signs of Nursing Home Abuse

If your loved one is living in a nursing home, it is incredibly important that you know how to detect signs of nursing home abuse ...

Jan 13

Illinois Personal Injury & Statutory Laws

The fact that mishaps are fairly commonplace does not detract from the pain and confusion that can result when an accident or injury happens to ...

Jan 07

Navigating An Auto Accident With An Uninsured Driver

Getting in an auto accident can be frightening and frustrating. Then you have to deal with the aftermath, too. There may be injuries, and there ...

Jan 06

When is a Pedestrian at Fault in a Car Accident?

Most people think that because pedestrians have “the right of way,” it follows that pedestrians can never be at fault for an auto vs. pedestrian ...