May 6, 2016

Illinois Appellate Court Finds Testimony Regarding Plaintiff’s Lack Of Health Insurance Admissible

In the Illinois Appellate case of Vanoosting v. Sellars, the Appellate Court held that the trial court incorrectly excluded Plaintiff’s testimony that she would have sought […]
April 27, 2016

UM/UIM Claims and The Health Care Services Lien Act

In the recent Illinois Appellate Court Decision of McRoberts v. Porter, the Appellate Court held that the Health Care Services Lien Act applies to uninsured/under-insured claims […]
April 18, 2016

Can a Landlord be Held Liable for Injuries Caused by a Tenant’s Dog?

The answer to this question is yes, but only under particular circumstances. The Illinois Animal Control Act, commonly referred to as the Illinois Dog Bite Statute, […]
April 8, 2016

Do I have a case against my landlord for injuries I suffered in my apartment?

Unique legal rules apply to a tenant who is injured in his apartment. These little-known rules determine whether an injured tenant has a compensable claim against […]
March 29, 2016

Snow and Ice Slip and Falls: Do I have a claim?

Many people who are injured when they fall on snow or ice are confused about exactly what is required for their claim to be compensable. To […]
March 24, 2016

Illinois Slip and Fall Cases: Do I have a claim?

Many people are confused about what exactly is required to bring a successful slip and fall claim in Illinois. While there are many exceptions to the […]
March 15, 2016

Traffic Fatalities Trending Up in 2015

Early estimates of motor vehicle traffic fatalities indicate rates have increased in 2015 after several years of decline according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration […]
March 7, 2016

Steps to Take After Being in Auto Accident to Maximize Your Settlement

Taking the appropriate steps after a car accident can help ensure a smooth and quick settlement if there are injuries involved in the incident. Often times, […]
February 26, 2016

Can I Afford a Personal Injury Attorney?

Attorneys can charge fees in many different ways. Some attorneys require a retainer – or a lump sum at the outset – before they begin working […]