Here’s some of what the team is thankful for
Cooler temperatures, falling leaves and the month of October, all signs that Halloween is near. With that, a gentle reminder on how to keep everyone safe during trick or treating or at Fall festivals. Tip #1: Don’t let your costume hurt you. Make sure all costume accessories (such as swords and knives) are short, soft
The Memorial Day holiday a time to honor those who serve our country. It is also the unofficial start of the summer season. This year AAA is reporting there will be 37.2 million travelers journeying at least 50 miles from home. Of these travelers, 89% will go by car. Suffering from auto accident related injuries is no
Following a two-week trial, we are pleased to report that a Cook County jury awarded $1.7 million to a Lincolnwood family whose home sustained devastating property damage as a result of a dryer fire. In February 2006, John Molloy and Barbara Molloy bought a Fisher-Paykel clothes dryer from Abt Electronics, Inc. in Glenview.
Publication: Cook County Jury Verdict Reporter
(GGG 23/1) MEDICAL MALPRACTICE--KNEE REPLACEMENT COMPLICATIONS LEAD TO DROP FOOT (12M)
Celeste Trevino, Ignacio Trevino v Dr. Mitchell Sheinkop, Dr. Michael Lee, Midwest Orthopaedics at Rush, Neurologic & Orthopedic Institute of Chicago 09L-10604 Tried Jan. 2-22, 2015
A Cook County jury has awarded more than $5.8 million to a woman and her husband for permanent nerve damage she suffered from complications after knee surgery.
Celeste Trevino and her husband, Ignacio, first filed a complaint in Cook County Circuit Court against several doctors who participated in her kneereplacement operation in September 2007 and her postoperation recovery at the sinceclosed Neurologic and Orthopedic Institute of Chicago.
With the atypical temperatures of the last few days, you may have forgotten what a Chicago winter is like in January. For over 70% of the United States, including Chicago, that means cold temperatures, snow and ice. Each year there are hundreds of winter weather-related accidents. Winter Storm Warnings, several inches of white snow and black ice are all reminders to drive at a slower speed as well as increase the distance between you and the car in front of you. Making sure the car is in good working condition helps as well to prevent weather-related accidents, including those resulting in serious injury or death.