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January 2017 Archives

Illinois med mal suits pay big, but are relatively rare


A recently published breakdown of how the state of medical malpractice suits in each of the 50 states, including Illinois, revealed this state is in what some might see as an unusual position of having relatively few medical negligence actions filed but, on the other hand, offering those that do file suits the strong possibility of getting complete and just compensation for their injuries.

Representation for victims of skiing and other injuries


Last week's post on this blog discussed how Chicago-area residents can take precautions while skiing, either at one of Illinois' commercial ski slopes or simply while going cross-country out in the rural areas of the state. Of course, people can engage in other fun activities well, such as snowmobiling or sledding. However, each and every one of these activities carries with it the possibility of someone getting seriously hurt.

Tips to avoid skiing injuries


Although people might not think about Illinois as snow skiing country, there are in fact several places in which Chicago residents can go within the state in order to enjoy the ski slopes. Additionally, the state's geography is amenable to cross-country skiing and is not terribly far, in some cases, a day's drive, from other places with steeper hills and mountains.

Will new administration affect medical malpractice suits?


Donald Trump will soon be the United States' next President. He will be sworn in on January 20. With a new administration could come changes in current laws and this has has led to much discussion amongst political experts. The uncertainty regarding certain legislation has created anxiety in Chicago residents as well as others.

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