A federal judge has cut short a personal injury lawsuit brought by a woman who claims she tripped and fell on a paver on a terrace at Chicago's Omni Hotel.
White Castle employee alleges company failed to obtain written releases before collecting fingerprints
A White Castle worker has served the fast food chain with a class action lawsuit, accusing the company of improperly requiring its workers to scan their fingerprints for use with a punch clock system, allegedly without first obtaining written authorization as required by an Illinois privacy law.
A man has filed a class action lawsuit against Toyota after it disabled support for an interactive feature for which he paid an additional cost.
A federal judge will allow plaintiffs with disabilities who use motorized wheelchairs to continue their ADA access lawsuit against Uber, saying he believed Uber coud be treated as a public accommodation under the Amercians with Disabilities Act.
A Chicago long-term care facility is alleged to have failed to protect a resident from falls.
An estate administrator alleges an Oak Lawn care facility failed to protect a woman from developing pressure sores.
Appeals panel: SkyWest flight attendants can resume part of lawsuit vs airline over shorted pay claims
A group of SkyWest flight attendants have been cleared to resume part of their longstanding complaint against the airline for allegedly paying them only for the time they spend on board their airplanes.
'Major changes' in law continue to narrow definition of automated dialers under TCPA, dampen class actions
A Chicago federal judge's recent decision to revisit a lawsuit vs Yahoo over a text message the web services provider sent to a user, could further help to narrow an expansive view of so-called "automatic telephone dialing system" embraced years ago by federal regulators, which has helped to enhance the growth of lawsuits under the federal Telephone Consumer Protection Act.
IL Supreme Court: 'Hearsay' Facebook post not enough to force car crash defendant to reveal medical history
The Illinois state Supreme Court ruled that a plaintiff in a personal injury lawsuit arising from a traffic crash is not entitled to the defendant’s medical records when the defendant’s health is not part of the allegations.
A woman alleges the Chicago Housing Authority wrongfully terminated her over false allegations.
Cyclist sues Cook County Forest Preserve, says injured when bike caught on chain at Eggers Grove entrance
A man alleges a chain at a nature preserve caused him to be thrown from his bike.
A class action lawsuit accuses PNC Bank of charging for services for an allegedly free banking plan.
A farm worker injured when a plow came into contact with a natural gas pipeline alleges the pipeline system operator failed to maintain the line markers.
A Chicago federal appeals court has overridden a downstate federal judge, who sent an ex-Boeing worker’s asbestos suit against the company back to state court, saying the case belongs under federal jurisdiction because Boeing claims the federal government was in control of its bomber production and knew the danger of asbestos was involved.
A patron of a Chicago tavern alleges she was injured when an underage person hit her with a beer bottle.
A man alleges he sustained permanent injuries as a result of his condition not being diagnosed in a timely manner.
A Palos Hills woman is seeking damages from a physician and medical facility after she suffered a stroke.
A South Holland care facility is alleged to have failed to protect a resident from falls.
A bus passenger alleges the driver failed to clear him before driving away, struck him and ran over both of his legs.
The widow of a lawyer has filed a wrongful death suit against the man who allegedly strangled her husband and the owners and operators of his office building.