Privacy Is Possible in Illinois Child Sex Abuse Cases
May 13, 2016
How You Can Maintain Privacy and Pursue Justice After Child Sex Abuse
The person who abused you was someone whom you, and your parents, trusted. It was not a stranger who abused you. Instead, it might have been a priest with the Chicago Archdiocese or a family friend who is well respected in Arlington Heights.
You may be worried about making allegations against the person who did this [...] read more
Potential Dangers of Spinal Injection Therapy
February 17, 2016
Spinal injections have become a common form of pain relief for Americans experiencing back and leg pain, and the treatments can provide the temporary relief necessary to continue with everyday living. However, there is an increasing body of evidence that suggests that the risks associated with spinal injection therapy may not always be worth the temporary relief it provides. Although spinal inject [...] read more
Traumatic Brain Injuries in Children
January 18, 2016
Does a Traumatic Brain Injury Have the Same Effect on a Child as it Does on an Adult?
A traumatic brain injury is a medical emergency, and it is an injury that can happen at any age. However, although the injuries and symptoms may be the same, a traumatic brain injury (TBI) in a child is actually different in many ways from a head or brain injury in an adult. If you are a parent or careg [...] read more
Airway Management Malpractice & Tracheotomy Mistakes
December 11, 2015
Lane & Lane Secures $22.2 Million Verdict for Client Whose Airway Was Not Protected by Hospital
In December 2015, we obtained a verdict of $22,185,598.50 for a client whosuffered a devastating hypoxic brain injury after her tracheostomy became blocked while she was i [...] read more
Group B Strep Infections at Birth
October 30, 2015
Were You or Your Child Infected With Group B Strep During Pregnancy or Birth?
One of the most serious and deadly infections that a newborn baby can contract during his or her first hours and days is group B strep. This infection, which can quickly lead to sepsis, meningitis, and permanent injury, is sometimes passed from mother to child during the birth process. Here are some important t [...] read more
Incorrect or Late Diagnosis a Common Problem
October 9, 2015
The Frequency and Far-Reaching Impact of Missed Diagnoses
Most people in today’s society—including doctors, nurses, and pharmacists—are operating in a bit of a hurry. Unfortunately, working in a rush or just not being careful enough can lead to mistakes that cause devastating injuries or death. Patients rely on medical professionals to accurately diagnose ailments and to recommen [...] read more