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November 2013 Archives

Illinois family gets $2.4M for malpractice suit

An Illinois jury has awarded $2.4 million to the estate of a nurse who died after emergency room physicians failed to appropriately diagnose her bowel obstruction in 2007. The woman, age 47, died because of the failure to diagnose, leaving behind her husband of 24 years, along with a son and granddaughter.

Wrongful death truck accident lawsuit filed

The Law Offices of Mathys & Schneid filed a lawsuit on behalf of a family who suffered the wrongful death of their two children during a truck accident in downstate Illinois on November 3, 2013. There were two trucks involved in the truck accident.

Plane crash victim's family seeks justice

A previously dismissed lawsuit related to the aviation death of an 18-year-old Illinois resident has been revived in court, with relatives seeking financial compensation for the man's death in late 2010. The wrongful death suit had been dismissed without prejudice, which means that it was eligible to be re-filed later. Relatives of the victim are seeking financial compensation from the Jacksonville Airport Authority. They argue that representatives from that organization contributed to the victim's death and the injury of another plane occupant.

Top 10 mistakes made by car accident victims

The moments and days after a serious car accident can be a blur. You may be in pain, you may be overwhelmed and you may not be sure what to do next. You can take steps to protect yourself after a car accident by seeking medical attention and contacting an experienced personal injury attorney. There are also some things you should not do.

Illinois man says tavern failed to protect him from bar fight

A negligent party who inflicts direct damage upon a victim faces possible criminal and civil charges. A customer injured at a commercial establishment also may claim damages from a property owner who does not prevent a patron's injury.

Drivers who flee are negligent in Illinois accident cases

Running or driving away from the scene of an accident doesn't avoid problems. It creates more for the defendant, police investigators and auto accident victims. Fleeing an accident scene is against the law. So why do Illinois drivers do it?

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