PetrosinoA customer of a well-known popcorn shop is suing over injuries she sustained in a fall at its Michigan Avenue location.Susan Schmitz filed suit March 19 in the Cook County Circuit Court against Caramel Crisp LLC, doing business as Garrett Popcorn Shops, and Garrett Popcorn Holding Company LLC.According to the complaint, Schmitz went to Garrett Popcorn Shops at 625 N. Michigan Ave. to buy popcorn
A former Chicago lawyer who was severely injured in a 2005 crash while riding in a cab is going to have to wait and see when, or if, he will get the nearly $26 million a jury awarded him earlier this week.Hours after a Cook County jury entered a verdict Tuesday night in favor of Marc M. Jacobs and his wife, Yellow Cab Affiliation Inc., the defendant’s Chicago-based parent company, filed for bankruptcy
A woman is suing a Chicago doctor and two medical centers over claims their negligent administration of a medication used to treat life-threatening heart rhythm problems resulted in the death of another woman.
A Chicago physician will pay the United States and State of Illinois $3.79 million for taking kickbacks from two pharmaceutical companies in exchange for prescribing an anti-psychotic drug to his patients, the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) said Friday.
A man who claims he sustained serious burns when a deep fryer tipped over while working at a Mediterranean drive-thru and grill in Palos Hills is suing.
A Georgia professor is suing an elevator company over claims he was injured on an elevator in a Chicago hotel.James Oloya, an assistant professor at the University of Georgia, filed suit Dec. 3, 2014, in Cook County Circuit Court against Otis Elevator Co. and Marriott Hotel Service Inc.According to the complaint, Oloya was riding an elevator at the Chicago Marriott Downtown Hotel down from the 44th