Woman sues Clarity Clinic L.L.C.CHICAGO — A woman is suing Clarity Clinic L.L.C., a mental health clinic, citing alleged negligence resulting in injury.Amanda Walsh filed a complaint on March 30, in the Cook Circuit Court against Clarity Clinic L.L.C.
Appeals panel: Families of medical malpractice plaintiffs who die while case pending can add wrongful death claims to lawsuit
Unraveling what it called a “classic clash of apparently conflicting statutes,” an Illinois appeals panel has ruled the family of a woman who died while her medical negligence lawsuit was pending against a doctor, the University of Chicago Medical Center and affiliates is not blocked by a statute of repose from adding wrongful death claims to the preexisting lawsuit.
'Average Joe' investment coaches headed to court over allegedly unpaid millions owed in joint venture
Financial media personalities Todd Horwitz and Adam Mesh, who have built their careers on coaching “average joes” on the intricacies of investing, have landed in Cook County court, with Horwitz accusing Mesh of refusing to pay what he alleged is owed for using Horwitz’s name and brand to boost Mesh’s group of investment marketing campaigns.
The city of Chicago will be allowed to continue to hand out tickets to motorists caught on camera running red lights after a Cook County judge garaged another legal challenge arguing both the city’s ordinance and a state law enabling cities, villages and counties within the Chicago and St. Louis metropolitan areas to set up red light camera systems were valid and constitutional.
McCormick Foundation OK to sue over insurance advice blamed for hefty legal bills after Tribune bankruptcy
A state appeals panel has ruled two former major shareholders in the Tribune Company, who are in litigation with creditors, can continue to press their malpractice suit against a prominent Chicago insurance broker for allegedly giving bum advice to change insurance companies, which put the ex-shareholders on the hook for legal costs instead of their insurer.
A man who lacked health insurance when he received health care from Alexian Brothers Health System has brought a potential class action lawsuit against the northwest suburban health system, alleging Alexian Brothers committed fraud when it billed him for a higher amount than it would have billed health insurers for the same services.