The administrator for the estate of a deceased patient is suing St. George Corporation, Palos Community Hospital, Palos Pathology Associates Ltd. and doctors Sudhir M. Gokhale, Elizabeth Hatfield, Tam Thai and Harcharan Sandhu for allegedly taking insufficient measures to prevent a recently discharged patient from committing suicide.
Advocate Illinois Masonic, others sued for patient's death from alleged improperly inserted catheter
The administrator for the estate of a deceased patient is suing Union Health Service Inc., Advocate Medical Group, Advocate Illinois Masonic Medical Center and Cameron Haery, a doctor, for allegedly inserting a catheter improperly into the patient, causing hemorrhaging which allegedly led to the patient's death.
Panel: Parents suing athletic trainers for son's football brain trauma must present medical testimony
A state appeals panel has said parents suing athletic trainers for allegedly failing to properly treat their son for concussion and other brain injuries during a high school football game must present medical expert testimony to demonstrate the trainers essentially committed malpractice, and not just negligence, to continue to press their case.
Two players of the Illinois Lottery’s scratch-off games have asked a court to award a jackpot from the former operators of the state lottery system, alleging Northstar Lottery Group owes them and others who played the state’s instant games for flooding the market with tickets to greatly reduce the odds players could win grand prizes, contrary to advertised odds, allowing the Lottery to pocket millions of dollars more than it should have.