Illinois residents rely on the products we buy to be safe for use. Unfortunately, that isn't always the face. The Law Offices of Mathys & Schneid can help if you have been injured by a defective product.
Residents like you who call Illinois your home want to grow up and spend your life in a place that's conducive to good health. Unfortunately, certain factors can diminish your overall quality of life or even introduce elements that can harm you and your loved ones.
At the Law Offices of Mathys & Schneid, we are all too aware that people in Illinois and elsewhere get hurt all the time in falls. Whether you slip on wet tile at the grocery store or fall off a ladder at work, this is one way you can get seriously injured – or worse – when you least expect it.
When Illinois residents begin taking medication, they expect the medicine will help their health improve. Sometimes, though, people may experience side effects that are dangerous for their health. When people find themselves in this situation, it is important for them to know what they should do.
Head trauma can be one of the most devastating injuries to happen to Illinois residents. Whether one suffered a severe concussion or a minor head injury, the effects of brain trauma can be ongoing and life-changing. People who have experienced numerous head injuries may be at risk of an even more serious condition called chronic traumatic encephalopathy.
Falls are one of the most common causes of serious injury and death across the United States. Whether the fall occurred at home or at work, this accident can result in life-changing injuries, especially for older Illinois residents.
On May 7, 2018, a Romeoville man was struck and killed on Route 53 near Greenwood Avenue in Romeoville, Illinois. Police say the crash occurred around 3:00 p.m. on Monday when the driver of the semi-truck, a 53 year-old man from Markham, struck the pedestrian as he attempted to cross the street.
Most people who go on walks or hikes rarely consider the possibility of a dog attack occurring out of nowhere. Unfortunately for many in Illinois and across the country, this type of scenario is a possibility. People and other pets can be bitten by dogs that are under the control of their owners, but sometimes dangerous dogs are loose on the streets with no owner in sight. When this happens, the results can be devastating.
You may have heard of the negative effects of letting your children watch too much TV. However, the programming is not the only thing you need to look out for. Heavy objects found in most houses, including your big-screen television set, might present a potentially life-threatening danger to young children in Illinois.
When parents take their children out to run errands or have fun, the last thing they expect is for something to go wrong and their children to end up in the hospital or lose their lives. Sadly, accidents occur and families lose loved ones during everyday situations. Consumers in Illinois and elsewhere should understand that if an accident was preventable, store owners or other negligent parties could be held responsible for their expenses and pain and suffering.