A restaurant patron is suing Ronny's Original Steakhouse for more than $50,000, claiming injuries in an alleged fall from a broken chair.
A spectator at the Sycamore Speedway car race track has filed a lawsuit against the stock car racing company and driver Timothy Erjavac after he was allegedly struck by a racing car in the pit stop area.
A man is suing Apria Healthcare, claiming an oxygen tank allegedly fell and struck him.
A woman is suing Northwestern Medicine Regional Medical Group and several doctors alleging they failed to properly diagnose her cancer.
A customer is suing the Chicago Cubs, along with patrons Ryan Humphries and Carl Humphries, alleging she was "violently attacked" by intoxicated patrons served alcohol at Wrigley Field.
A former patient of a Chicago medical facility alleges a foreign object was left inside her after a surgery.
A R.J. Grunts customer alleges she developed food poisoning after eating at the restaurant in 2016.
A motorist is suing General Motors, claiming her vehicle's airbags failed to deploy in a 2016 accident.
A medical patient is suing hospitals, citing alleged medical negligence.
A state appeals panel overruled a Cook County judge, finding a woman may be allowed to continue with her personal injurylawsuit against the company that manages a parking lot near Soldier Field, as they said the Cook County judge may have erred in finding the low pole over which the woman allegedly tripped while leaving an event may not have been as open and obvious as the lower court judge believed.
A federal jury has handed a win to North Chicago-based drugmaker Abbvie, as it continues to seek to fend off a mass of legal claims accusing the company’s testosterone replacement therapy drug, Androgel, of causing heart attacks and other cardiovascular conditions.
An Illinois state appeals panel has upheld a Cook County judge's decision that the Four Seasons in Chicago was not obligated to warn guests about a wet marble bathroom floor, saying the condition posed a danger that should have been open and obvious.