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  • Legal Options for Dog Bite Victims

    Dogs are widely considered to be “man’s best friend,” and anyone who's owned a dog knows how much love and joy they bring. Unfortunately, not every dog behaves as expected and there are times when dogs may bite, causing serious physical and emotional harm. When a dog bite occurs, it is important for the victim to understand their legal options. Before anything else, victims should think about who ...
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  • Bikers in Illinois Now Have Same Rights as Drivers

    Governor Rauner just signed a new law reinforcing bicyclist rights in Illinois. "Dennis’s Law" grants bikers the same right-of-way privilege as cars, legally recognizing bicycles as vehicles. The law is named after a 68-year-old Illinois man who died after colliding with a car in 2015. The car didn't yield to Dennis Jurs, who had the right-of-way because he did not have a stop sign while going ...
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  • Our Grandparents Taught Us Everything. It’s Time We Look Out For Them.

    Whether we realize it or not, we owe a lot to our grandparents. In honor of Grandparent’s Day, we challenge you to ask yourself: how much do you know about their lives? In childhood, grandparents are our playmates - slipping us candy when mom and dad aren’t looking and sending us birthday cards with a little spending money. In adulthood, our relationships with them may change but should never grow ...
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  • Illinois Passes Gabby’s Law to Help Patients with Sepsis

    Sepsis is a medical emergency caused by an infection. If sepsis isn’t diagnosed and treated immediately, it can lead to organ failure and death. Our nursing home and medical malpractice lawyers see far too many people succumb to sepsis in hospitals and nursing homes. We’re happy to report that Illinois Governor Bruce Rauner just signed a new law – Gabby’s Law – that will help hospitals diagnose ...
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  • Summer Safety Guide

    Yesterday marked the official first day of summer. Our injury attorneys want you to have the best summer yet – here’s a quick infographic on how to stay safe this season!
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  • Roundup Weedkiller Linked to Lymphoma

    The World Health Organization recently labeled Roundup weedkiller a probable human carcinogen. Monsanto’s popular product is linked to non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma in farm workers and other agricultural professionals. Our cancer lawyers are now accepting clients who wish to take action against Monsanto. Dozens of lawsuits filed against the company accuse it of knowing that Roundup could cause cancer and ...
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  • An App for Better Lung Cancer Care

    Lung cancer patients may be able to improve survival and quality of life with a new app called Moovcare. This app was just revealed here in Chicago, at the annual American Society of Clinical Oncology meeting. Our team of lung cancer lawyers take a deeper look into this revolutionary new app and its possible impact on patients’ lives. The first study analyzing Moovcare’s effectiveness was so ...
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  • Breast Cancer Survivors Face a Lifetime of Taxotere Toxicity

    Women diagnosed with breast cancer face incredible obstacles and overcome overwhelming odds on their road to recovery. Among those obstacles is chemotherapy, which notoriously causes patients to lose their hair temporarily. What patients don’t know is that with one specific chemo drug – Taxotere – hair may never return. In some women, Taxotere kills hair follicles with no way to reverse the ...
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  • The Real Cost of Medical Mistakes in America

    A study recently found that over 250,000 Americans die from medical mistakes every year, making it the third-leading cause of death. Our medical malpractice lawyers have been representing victims of medical errors for 30 years. Here, we shed some light on this hotly debated issue and share what we’ve learned over the last three decades. Why the Hot Debate? Any number of factors can cause medical ...
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  • New Bladder Cancer Drug Approved

    We recently wrote about a new, growing type of cancer center focused on immunotherapy and collaboration between top doctors. Our Actos attorneys are happy to report that a new immunotherapy drug, Tecentriq, has been approved to treat bladder cancer. As our Actos bladder cancer clients know, there have not been any important improvements in bladder cancer treatment in many years. Tecentriq is an ...
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  • Bicycle Safety in Chicago

    It’s officially bicycling season in Chicago. While Mayor Rahm Emanuel takes action to make Chicago the most bike-friendly city in the country, our team of bike crash lawyers offer advice on navigating city streets safely. As always, we are available to speak to accident victims free of charge, seven days a week. According to our friends at Advocates Law in Washington, last year cycling accounted ...
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  • Advancements in Lung Cancer Research and Drug Trials

    Our lung cancer lawyers strive to stay on top of the ever-evolving advancements in cancer research, treatment and development. Recently, three big-name investors have invested hundreds of millions of dollars on new cancer institutions. Clinical trials focused on immunotherapy are also offering a new hope for individualized treatments. Below, we detail what we’ve learned and how it could affect our ...
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  • Abilify Side Effects Now Officially Include Uncontrollable Urges

    Our Abilify lawyers are currently accepting cases involving compulsive behavior. The FDA recently added warnings to Abilify’s labels detailing the drug’s link to uncontrollable urges for sex, gambling, shopping, and eating. Abilify (aripiprazole) is prescribed to treat depression, bipolar disorder, and schizophrenia, among other mental disorders. It is prescribed to approximately 1.6 million ...
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  • Ovarian Cancer Plaintiff Wins $55 Million against Johnson & Johnson

    A woman in Missouri won $55 million in the second ovarian cancer trial against baby powder manufacturer Johnson & Johnson. Baby powder is made from talcum powder, and is linked to ovarian cancer when used genitally. Our talcum powder attorneys are representing women diagnosed with ovarian cancer nationwide. This is the second talc cancer lawsuit to go to trial this year, and the second ...
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  • Xarelto Approved for Extended Patent Protection

    More than 4,500 plaintiffs have filed lawsuits against Xarelto’s manufacturer over the drug’s side effects, including uncontrollable bleeding and death. Despite these mounting lawsuits, U.S. officials just approved the drug for extended patent protection, so Xarelto will only be available under brand name until 2024. Our team of Xarelto lawyers examines this patent extension and how it affects our ...
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