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Who Is Required to Report Sexual Abuse?

05/11/22

Sexual abuse can result in physical injuries, mental trauma, and psychological issues. It’s especially serious when the victim is a minor. Illinois laws mandate that you must report a suspected incident of child abuse if you are on the list of mandated reporters. It is also best to consult with a sexual abuse lawyer if... Read More

Can I Change My Accident Lawyer?

03/14/22

Even if you are in the middle of a case, you have the right to choose your own Chicago accident lawyer. Changing attorneys isn't always a hassle. In fact, Changing lawyers to get the best possible result almost always comes at no cost.. Whatever the reason, you can always switch attorneys and find someone who will... Read More

How to Sue a Doctor for Emotional Distress

01/10/22

When it comes to personal injury cases, most of us think that compensation is limited to physical and financial damages, which are concrete and measurable. But Illinois law allows you to recover damages from doctors for emotional distress that arises because of their negligence. If you are suffering from emotional distress because of a doctor’s... Read More

Long-Term Effects of a Brain Injury

12/06/21

A brain injury can be caused by a hit on the head or a fall that shakes your brain against the inside of your skull. This shaking can cause bleeding in the brain. The bleeding disrupts neurons and can slow down or stop their communication with each other. The short-term effects of this serious injury... Read More

Case Results: Winning a Settlement After a Chicago Pedestrian Accident

10/15/21

There’s a time-honored expression that most are familiar with: “The devil is in the details.” Each case and each client brings their own special circumstances to be considered when we determine whether to take on a case, and then how we go about proving the case. On May 9, 2019, a driver (Defendant) was traveling... Read More

Civil Claims for Anesthesia Errors

09/19/21

Anesthesia is a critical procedure during surgery. An anesthesiologist administers drugs to patients undergoing invasive surgery to keep them unconscious and relaxed and make the process as pain-free as possible.  To achieve this, they’ll start by assessing your health and vitals to ensure a safe procedure, as well as determine the right amount of medication... Read More

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