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Oct 23

The Financial Burden Of Paralysis And How An Attorney Can Help

The spinal cord is an integral part of the human body, transmitting signals between the brain and the rest of the body. When this system ...

Sep 14

Talk to Your Doctor About COVID-19 Safety

The ongoing coronavirus pandemic continues to be a concern across the globe as the highly transmissible delta variant spreads. At Walner Law in Chicago, we ...

Oct 09

How Is Cancer Diagnosed?

Cancer is a serious and common medical condition. In 2018, more than 1.7 million Americans were diagnosed with some form of cancer. More than 600,000 ...

Oct 08

Medical Malpractice In Emergency Rooms: What You Need To Know

In an emergency, every second is critical. You may rush your loved one to the emergency room and hope for the best. Emergency situations are ...

Oct 02

University of Chicago Loses Medical Malpractice Case, Forced to Pay $2.6 Million

When a person goes to the doctor because they are experiencing symptoms, they hope to figure out what is wrong with them. They rely on ...

Sep 17

Cook County To Approve $3 Million Medical Malpractice Settlement

When a person dies due to the negligence of a doctor, their surviving family members have the right to receive compensation for their loss. A ...

Aug 13

Family Of Toddler Awarded $2.2 Million In Medical Malpractice Case

It can be difficult to watch a family member suffer from injuries caused by medical malpractice. While many cases are caused by surgeries and other ...

Jun 11

Illinois Woman’s Estate Awarded $4.8 Million In Medical Malpractice Case

A jury last month awarded an Illinois woman’s estate $4.8 million in a medical malpractice case against a physician and medical provider. According to the ...

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 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 ...