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Posts in May, 2019

May 29

Semi-Truck Causes Chain Reaction Accident On Interstate

Five people were critically injured over the weekend after a tractor trailer crashed into vehicles stopped on the roadway, causing a chain reaction accident on ...

May 28

Cyclist’s Family Award Millions In Fatal Bikeshare Accident

A lawsuit in the death of a 25-year-old cyclist has finally ended with millions in damages being awarded to the victim’s family. Virginia “Ginny” Murray, ...

May 22

Passenger Killed In Uber Accident

A passenger was killed in an accident in an Uber vehicle while coming home from her birthday celebration this weekend. The crash occurred around 3:20 ...

May 21

The Basics Of Illinois Workers’ Compensation

Workers’ compensation is insurance that provides medical and wage benefits to employees injured on the job in the scope of their employment in exchange for ...

May 17

Electric Scooters Coming To Chicago – What You Need To Know About Accident Liability

With three weeks left in his term, the mayor of Chicago has announced a pilot program for dockless, motorized scooters on the west side of ...

May 16

Court Rules Doctor’s Credentialing File Protected In Medical Malpractice Case

The Illinois appellate court ruled in a recent case that a Chicago hospital is not required to produce a doctor’s credentialing file as part of ...

May 10

Illinois State Trooper Killed In Wrong Way Crash

Illinois State Trooper Gerald Ellis was killed early Saturday morning on March 30 by a wrong way driver on the interstate. The crash occurred on ...

May 09

Learned Intermediary Doctrine Protects Pharmacy From Medical Malpractice

The First Appellate District Court held last month in a medical malpractice case that the learned intermediary doctrine protects a pharmacy from liability and that ...