A Cook County woman is suing Sears, Roebuck Co. over claims she was injured when an overhead door closed on top of her in March 2013.
A man working at a Countryside tire and auto store is suing a tool manufacturer over claims he was injured when a piece from an air chisel struck him in the eye.
A Cook County woman is suing the city of Chicago and its park district over claims she sustained injuries when she fell into an uncovered sewer opening.
An Elmwood Park couple is suing the owner of a dog it contends rushed a man as he was doing yard work.
A tenant of a Chicago apartment is suing the building's owner after his daughter was injured by the cover to an air conditioning unit.
Another company that lost out to Cresco Labs for a permit to legally grow pot in Illinois has filed a lawsuit.On Wednesday in Cook County Circuit Court, White Oak Growers LLC sued Philip Nelson, acting director of the Illinois Department of Agriculture, and Cresco Labs LLC, a company that won a trio of cultivation licenses under the state's new medical marijuana program.And like the lawsuit PM Rx LLC
A woman is suing the owner of a dog she claims attacked her child.
Judge throws out professor's lawsuit against Northwestern; student who accused him of sexual assault tries to revive her tossed suit against school
A federal judge on Thursday dismissed a Northwestern University professor's lawsuit against the school and a handful of its top officials stemming from their handling of sexual misconduct allegations.
A Westchester-based operator of famous brand concessions at O’Hare International Airport, Union Station and other prominent airports and train stations across the country has accused its longtime chief operating officer of artificially inflating earnings estimates for years to boost his bonuses, among other allegations of fraud.
A Chicago law firm is suing a company it claims has failed to pay its bill.
A man 36 years into a 100-year-plus sentence for murder and armed robbery filed a class action lawsuit late last month against two state agencies he claims have ignored a 2010 state law requiring them to change the way the state evaluates inmate parole cases.