Regardless of the weather, Memorial Day means summer is here! While you celebrate and remember the men and women who served our country, please keep these safety tips in mind.
A woman is suing Dr. Geoffrey Fenner and Fenner Plastic Surgery & Medical Spa for alleged medical malpractice.
Elizabeth Healy filed a complaint on May 15 in Cook County Circuit Court, alleging the defendants failed to provide her with proper medical care.
The Complaint, filed in the Circuit Court of Cook County, alleges that United Airlines Inc. negligently, carelessly and improperly breached its duty of care by its failure to immediately land the aircraft despite Mr. Christman's acute medical attack. As a direct result, Mr. Christman suffered severe injuries during a flight from Chicago O'Hare International Airport to Fiumicino Airport in Rome, Italy, on May 21, 2016.
Tort reform is an issue that generates strong emotions. Those who support it - primarily hospitals, physicians groups and insurance companies - claim that by limiting compensation for medical malpractice and personal injury claims we can lower the cost of medical care and health insurance, while also reducing the number of “frivolous” lawsuits, saving the court time and money.
Those assertions are patently FALSE.
A lawsuit filed Thursday alleges city and City Water, Light and Power officials hid from aldermen and the public the details of a consultant’s report that suggested the city was overpaying for coal to operate its power plants.
The complaint, filed by Springfield residents, Michael and Jennifer Frakes, says the move resulted in aldermen last year ignoring a lower bid that would have saved the city over $5 million per year.
The Law Offices of Frederick W. Nessler & Associates, Ltd., along with David A. Axelrod & Associates, Ltd., filed a lawsuit to enjoin expenditure of public funds under an illegal contract and for common law breach of fiduciary duty against Springfield Mayor James Langfelder, James Zerkle, Doug Brown, John Davis, and Arch Coal, Inc.
Julian Bailes, M.D., a local researcher and physician at Evanston’s NorthShore University HealthSystem, believes he has, alongside a team of researchers including Bennet Omalu, M.D. (portrayed by Will Smith in the 2015 biopic, Concussion), identified signs of Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy (CTE) in medical imaging scans of living patients. The recent findings center around a study of former NFL players that was conducted by the research team in 2013.