CHICAGO – A Cook County woman is seeking damages from former radio personality over an allegedly unpaid loan.
News from February 2016
CHICAGO – Parents of a cancer victim are taking the doctors who treated their son to court over claims of wrongful death.
CHICAGO – A business alleges that its landlord has unlawfully and illegally blocked it from accessing its properties.
Representatives of an infant are going to court against a restaurant for damages, claiming that the business is responsible for the baby's mother’s motor vehicle accident.
CHICAGO – An air carrier is being sued by one of its passengers after he was allegedly injured on a flight.
Dollar General’s marketing of its store-brand motor oil has one customer targeting the discount retailer with a class action complaint worth at least $5 million, alleging the oil is at best of little use and, at worst, can actually damage the engines of most cars in which it is poured.
The start of the new year has brought significant changes to family law and the Illinois Marriage and Dissolution of Marriage Act (IMDMA), affecting every practitioner and the families they represent in Illinois.
Father of track athlete with disability says IHSA needs new qualifying times to let son, others compete
The father of a physically disabled Evanston Township High School track athlete, who doesn’t need a wheelchair, is seeking a federal injunction to force the Illinois High School Association to give his son and other runners like him a different qualifying time – as it also gives wheelchair-bound athletes – so they can compete equally in state championships alongside non-disabled competitors.
CHICAGO — A Cook County woman alleges that a doctor at Ingalls Health System made a surgical mistake that caused her to develop meningitis.
CHICAGO — The owner of Always on Time Refrigeration is being sued by the independent administrator of the estate of a deceased man who allegedly died as a result of being hit on the road by the defendant's truck.
CHICAGO — A man is suing a construction contractor over injuries he allegedly sustained while working.
CHICAGO — A Cook County woman is suing her husband’s dialysis providers in a case alleging medical malpractice.
Class action says Pepperidge Farm needs to treat in-store display workers as employees, not contractors
A federal class action lawsuit claims cookie and cracker maker Pepperidge Farm has exploited the workers who deliver, set up and maintain its product displays in supermarkets and other stores, treating these workers like employees, but classifying them as independent contractors, contrary to labor law.
CHICAGO — A Winnebago County woman has filed a fraud suit against a Cook County firm that claims to use donated bodies for medical research.
CHICAGO — A Cook County man is suing Park Villa Nursing and Rehab in a dispute surrounding his mother’s death.
CHICAGO — A Park Forest woman is suing two podiatrists and a hospital in a complaint alleging that surgery resulted in chronic pain and worsened condition.
Judge tosses bulk of ex-Horizon Farms owner's false arrest lawsuit vs Cook Forest Preserve, Holland & Knight
A woman embroiled in a years-long legal fight with the Cook County Forest Preserve District over the fate of a Barrington Hills horse farm she once owned has won the right – barely – to proceed with her lawsuit against the Forest Preserve District over the treatment she received when she was arrested in 2014 on a charge of trespassing as she purportedly attempted to care for horses still on the property.
CHICAGO — A Cook County woman is suing a team of doctors at NCH Medical Group for allegedly mishandling post-operative care for her pancreatic cancer surgery.
CHICAGO — A man is suing a food distribution company and the owner of the building where that company operations, claiming negligence caused severe injuries.