A former patient of a Berwyn hospital alleges negligent care caused him to develop a pressure ulcer during his hospitalization.
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A Northlake resident alleges emergency medical personnel dispatched to her house in response to a 911 call failed to competently treat her.
Patient alleges Lurie Children's Hospital of Chicago doctor failed to correctly diagnose kidney issue
A patient alleges a doctor failed to diagnose her kidney condition.
A patron of a Chicago Burger King alleges he was injured when he was attacked by teens while attempting to exit the restaurant.
A man is suing a Cook County hospital over his wife's infection-related death.
An insurance company is seeking judgment from a court that it has no duty to indemnify Walmart in a suit over pita chips.
A widower alleges a Richton Park long-term care nursing facility failed to protect his late wife from developing pressure sores.
A man alleges he was electrocuted at a Chicago location because the building's owners failed to maintain the electrical system.
A Columbia College employee has filed suit against two companies associated with an elevator after he allegedly fell down an elevator shaft.
A mother alleges a doctor and medical facility in Cook County failed to diagnose a mass in her minor child's brain.
An Arkansas woman alleges defectively designed surgical mesh caused her injuries.
A Chicago woman alleges she is still being billed for electrical service to a property she no longer owns.
A Chicago hospital allegedly failed to prevent a patient from falling out of her bed.
The aunt of a former resident of a Chicago long-term care facility alleges it failed to provide proper care to the resident.
A former resident of a South Holland long-term care facility alleges she developed pressure injuries because the facility failed to provide appropriate care.
A patient alleges a Barrington hospital's negligence resulted in her being paralyzed from the waist down.
Class action: Digital exam proctoring biz Verificient scanned test takers' faces, knuckles without notice
A woman has brought a class action against a digital exam proctoring company, alleging its software scanned her face and knuckle geometry without the company informing her in writing the information was being collected.
Members of the American Academy of Actuaries have filed a class action lawsuit against the organization's board over allegations it violated bylaws.
Two insurance companies allege they have no duty to indemnify a general contractor in a claim filed against it over allegedly defective construction at a Chicago Catholic church.
Class action: H&M broke Illinois privacy law, made workers scan fingerprints to use with punch clock
A former employee of retailer H&M has filed a class action against the company, alleging her privacy was violated when H&M scanned her fingerprint, and those of other employees, for use with a biometric punch clock.