Medical Devices and Personal Injury

 Americans enjoy the benefits of extensive research with medical devices. Medical device manufacturers create a variety of devices to cure, fix, and support a variety of ailments. These devices can range from something as simple as a tongue depressor to something more complex like a medical implant device. Such devices are regulated by the Food…

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Toy Recalls

 The competition for the hottest new toy has placed a lot of pressure on toy companies. The market for toys is practically inexhaustible as Americans have more discretionary income and a desire to please their little ones. Unfortunately, as toys have become more intricate and unusual, the risk to children has increased resulting in the…

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Third-Party Claims in Workers’ Compensation

 Workers’ compensation is designed to reduce the costs of employees to obtain recovery for injuries when they are injured on the job. Each state has its own workers’ compensation program.  The level of participation varies, but in Illinois almost every type of employee is covered.  Even with this system of compensation for injuries, some accidents…

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Negligent Security and Personal Injury

 In February 2015, a terrorist group threatened to attack popular shopping malls around the United States.  Wisely, Homeland Security has decided to go public with these threats to warn potential shoppers to be on guard.  It is not only terrorism that holds commercial landlords liable for injuries, however.  Everyday occurrences of crime, like robbery, rape,…

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Unhelpful Personal Injury Tips

 The issue of how an injured party should act in the moments immediately following an auto accident has been debated among lawyers.  Some of the advice attorneys give however, may not be the most helpful in moving along your injury case.  Attorneys give this advice because they understand the difficulty in reconstructing the circumstances of…

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