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Wrongful death suit accuses Holy Cross Hospital, doctor of failing to diagnosis woman's gastric cancer earlier


Woman claims Extreme Hwy Recovery & Towing Inc. won't return her Dodge Charger


Dispute over contract for parking spaces spurs lawsuit

A Cook County company is suing over claims a parking garage tenant has breach its contract.850 LLC filed a lawsuit Aug. 13 in the Cook County Circuit Court against ABM Parking Services Inc., as successor in interest to System Parking Inc., and The L&R Group of Companies.According to the complaint, 850 LLC, as landlord, entered into a lease with System Parking with L&R Group as guarantor, on

Panel: Brookfield Zoo is not a "public entity" under Tort Immunity Act; can't benefit from shorter statute of limitations


Distributor slaps electronic cigarette maker with breach of contract claim


Doing family's laundry led to mesothelioma, Texas woman claims


B&B Brokers, driver hit with suit over loading dock injury


Chick-Fil-A customer sues over slip and fall at Orland Park restaurant


Woman's slip on ice in parking lot lands Wheeling company in court

A woman is suing over claims she was injured when she slipped on ice in a parking lot in the Cook County suburbs.

Suit: Public relations company's failure to promote book led to $50K in lost profits


Chicago lawyer faces legal malpractice suit over allegedly botched real estate deal


First District restores drag racer's suit against car manufacturer over 2010 accident; affirms dismissal of others


Chipotle faces premises liability claim over customer's slip on soda

An woman is suing Chipotle over claims she was injured after slipping on soda leaking from a fountain drink dispenser in its Niles restaurant.

Cab driver claims valet attendant assaulted him

A cab driver is suing a valet company and its employee, as well as the owners of a downtown parking garage, over claims the employee assaulted him.

Former machinist sues over asbestos exposure


Judge to Prenda attorney: "Mr. Duffy, this is not a game"

DuffyAfter issuing two warnings and reminding attorney Paul Duffy why he and Prenda Law were sanctioned in the first place, a Chicago federal judge today denied the embattled firm’s motion to stay payment of the $11,000-plus sanctions award in the defamation case the duo brought last year.“Mr. Duffy, this is not a game,” U.S. District Judge John Darrah said. “Do you understand that?”Duffy, who attended

Woman accuses apartment owners of negligence after cutting her foot in puddle

A woman is suing the owners of her Chicago apartment complex, where she claims she cut her foot taking out the trash.

Doctors hit with med-mal suit over complications with vein surgery


Truck driver claims he was injured helping UPS workers at Bensonville facility


Judge grants former inmate's request to certify class in suit over jail policies

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