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Posted By Legal Team | March 31 2021 | Firm News

Updated Illinois Bill to Require 6% Prejudgment Interest Awaits Governor’s Signature

Lawyers in a personal injury or wrongful death lawsuit know that reaching a settlement or verdict in their case requires significant human and financial resources and patience while cases wind their way through the civil justice system. In January, the Illinois General Assembly passed a bill that should limit delays and encourage wrongdoers to seek…

Posted By Legal Team | March 26 2021 | Birth Injuries, Brain Injuries, Firm News

Newborns with HIE Brain Injury May Need Extensive Medical Treatment, Ongoing Therapy

Hypoxic ischemic encephalopathy (HIE) is a brain injury that occurs in newborns who suffer oxygen deprivation and decreased blood flow before their birth. Children with HIE often have developmental delays, feeding problems, trouble breathing, seizures, low muscle tone and other issues. An estimated 2 to 9 live births out of 1,000 are HIE-related births. Between…

Posted By Legal Team | March 16 2021 | Firm News, Motor Vehicle Accidents

Are you following Scott’s Law?

When other Illinois drivers make poor choices while behind the wheel, innocent people can suffer. This includes drivers and passengers as well as others outside of the vehicle, such as first responders and road workers who are near the road. As noted by our injury lawyers in Chicago, you may be someone impacted by negligence…

Posted By Legal Team | March 14 2021 | Firm News, Truck Accidents

Federal Rule To Require Speed Limiter Devices On Trucks Would Aim To Reduce Truck Accidents

If you spend much time on the highway, you know that nothing is quite as frightening as a semi-trailer barreling along at 80 mph. The federal government has long tried to require speed limiters on large trucks that would hold their speeds to a set level — probably 68 mph or lower. Yet no rule…

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