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Golf Cart Accidents and Liability

Apr 06 2015 in Personal Injury

Now that spring has officially arrived, everyone in Chicago is looking forward to warmer weather. When sunny spring days come, few things are as relaxing as a day out on a golf course enjoying the sun. Unfortunately, nothing can ruin a nice day out more…

Football Concussions and Personal Injury Claims

Apr 03 2015 in Personal Injury

Football is a national pastime and a sport that many Americans love to watch and play. Unfortunately, it has been revealed to be the cause of thousands of brain injuries over the past few decades, and recent investigation has revealed that the damage cause by…

Driving Safely through Highway Work Zones

Apr 01 2015 in Auto Accidents

As every driver knows, few things interrupt a commute or trip more than the sign “Slow down. Road work ahead.” While highway repairs are necessary, they are also quite frustrating for almost all drivers. Partially, this is due to the slower speeds, but highway work…

How Common Are Diagnostic Errors?

Mar 30 2015 in Medical Malpractice

When we go to see our doctor, we trust him or her to accurately diagnose the problem and treat us. Unfortunately, diagnostic errors are dangerously common. Diagnostic errors can be defined as diagnosis that is missed, wrong or delayed, as detected by some subsequent test…

Playground Accidents

Mar 27 2015 in Premises Liability

Playgrounds are a fun place to relax with your children. Most parents spend plenty of time every year visiting playgrounds with their kids. Yet playgrounds are not always as safe as they are fun. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, more than…

Should I Get a Second Opinion?

Mar 26 2015 in Medical Malpractice

There is nothing scarier than facing a serious or untreatable condition. That’s why we count on our doctors to give us as much honest and helpful information about our diagnoses as possible. Because of this bond, we often feel that going to another doctor for…