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Was My Child’s Birth Injury Preventable?

Jan 30 2018 in Medical Malpractice

If your baby is born with a health complication, it can be a traumatic experience. But, learning that your baby was not born with a defect, but rather suffered an injury during labor and delivery could be even worse. If your baby was injured during…

What Is a Workers’ Comp Scheduled Loss of Use?

Jan 29 2018 in Workers' Compensation

Workers’ compensation insurance exists to help us when we’re hurt at work. If you’ve sustained a work-related injury, workers’ compensation will help you pay medical bills and other household costs until you’re ready to come back to your job. But what happens if you suffered…

Are Health Care Workers Working with the Flu?

Jan 26 2018 in Medical Malpractice

Winter can bring us some of the most unwanted complications, such as snow, ice, and the flu. While snow and ice can make your commute treacherous, the flu can keep you out of work for some time. Healthcare professionals see hospital visits increase during flu…

Winter Driving Advice from IDOT

Jan 25 2018 in Auto Accidents

With the increasingly cold temperatures, the Illinois Department of Transportation (IDOT) has issued some winter driving advice aimed at preventing car accidents this winter. In the event you or a loved one do sustain an injury in a winter car accident due to the negligence…

How to Safely Clear the Snow From Your Driveway

Jan 25 2018 in Premises Liability

Winter has severely hit many parts of the United States. You most likely have had large piles of snow in your driveway, and you have had difficulty clearing it off. To learn how to safely clear snow from your driveway this winter, follow the tips…

Seatbelt Issues in a Car Accident Claim

Jan 23 2018 in Auto Accidents

If you are involved in a car accident that is caused by the other driver, the negligent party should be held liable. But, even if you didn’t cause the accident, you could be held in violation if you weren’t wearing your seatbelt at the time….