Timely Resolution of Medicare Liens Placed In Injury Cases


For YEARS, Plaintiffs who have successfully prosecuted their personal injury and medical malpractice cases have been forced to wait unreasonably long periods of time because of the poor response times of Medicare and its administrative agencies.  The crime has not been limited to the injury victims, though.  Because they have had to wait, our government... Read More

Cities may be liable for injuries caused by pothole near parked vehicle and other unsafe property conditions


On June 16, 2013, the Illinois appellate court for the fourth district held that the City of Springfield may be responsible and liable for ankle injuries sustained by a woman who slipped into a pothole while she was walking around her parked vehicle after placing an item in the passenger seat.  The vehicle was lawfully... Read More

To Big Business, Insurance and the Medical Industry, Individuals’ Rights are “Judicial Hellholes”!


We hear a lot about "Judicial hellhole" labels, referring to geographic areas of our country in which tort reformers want to make sweeping changes to defeat the rights of innocent people who have suffered the most serious injuries as a result of someone else's negligence. These labels are pure propaganda, and are shamelessly published and... Read More

Injured in a Chicago Vehicle Accident? You Need to Consult a Doctor


Sometimes, the injuries you have sustained in a car accident may not be immediately apparent. If, for example, you are involved in a 10-car pileup on a Chicago highway, and have emerged relatively unscathed, you may decline the advice of an EMT to get checked out at a local hospital, “just to make sure.” Especially... Read More

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