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Blog Posts in August, 2012

  • Warning to Labor Day Drivers: Watch Out for the Orange Cones and Crews!

    If you’re one of the millions of drivers around the nation expected to hit the roads this Labor Day weekend, be careful. Illinois car accident lawyers at Pintas & Mullins Law Firm urge drivers to be especially cautious around road construction zones, where accidents are likely to happen. Far too often, road construction zones can turn into deadly zones for drivers and their passengers. In ...
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  • Chicago: Legionnaires’ Disease Outbreak Worrisome for Travelers

    A recent outbreak of Legionnaires’ disease at a Chicago hotel may give travelers some chilly feet about upcoming adventures. The disease can cause serious illness or even death, as it did for two individuals who visited the JW Marriott in Chicago. Our sophisticated personal injury attorneys are concerned about this outbreak and we hope the victims will receive compensation for the serious damages ...
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  • Insurers can Turn From Friend to Foe in an Instant

    Most people expect insurance to help them in times of trouble, but a recent car insurance debacle may suggest otherwise. In order to get the money you deserve for accident related injuries it may take a bit more prodding than it ought to. Our auto accident attorneys are experts when it comes to securing full compensation from insurers. Following a fatal car accident in July of 2010 injured parties ...
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  • Car Accident lawyer Urges Labor Day Drivers to Be Safe

    Chicago car accident lawyer William G. Pintas and his team of experienced car crash attorneys at the Pintas & Mullins Law Firm are urging drivers to be safe this Labor Day Weekend. Holiday weekends often result in serious and even fatal traffic accidents. With the large volume of travel expected this upcoming weekend, the roads will be filled with potential dangers. According to AAA, about 33 ...
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  • Chicago Pedestrian Accidents Cause Serious Injuries and Fatalities

    A recent Chicago pedestrian accident at a North Side intersection serves as a tragic reminder of the dangers we routinely face while traveling on busy city streets. Auto accidents kill thousands of pedestrians every year, and severely injure even more. It is important that drivers and pedestrians alike take preventative safety measures in order to avoid serious harm. When accidents happen, it is ...
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  • Possible Abestos Exposure Alert at Ohio Manufacturing Plant

    Mesothelioma lawyers at the Pintas & Mullins Law Firm are warning about an asbestos investigation that is underway at the site of an Ohio manufacturing plant. Toxic asbestos fibers may be present in the area that could lead to serious asbestos-related illnesses such as mesothelioma and asbestosis. This is a serious concern for all plant employees and anyone who lives nearby. The Marion Star is ...
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  • Robotic Cars: Not such a Thing of the Future After All

    Everyone would like a personal chauffer to whisk them around town day in and day out…right? Having a personal chauffeur take you from point A to point B is certainly convenient, but for most Americans this over the top luxury is never within their budget. However, recent developments in the car technology industry may make this luxury accessible to the masses. Always on the cutting edge of road ...
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  • New Research Shows “Malpractice Crisis” is Just a Myth

    Is there a medical malpractice crisis in this country? Recent reports say no. According to the consumer group, Public Citizen, medical malpractice claims reached an all-time low in 2011 after consistently dropping for the last eight years. Although some policymakers and doctors groups try to blame malpractice payments for driving up healthcare costs, their allegations appear to be unfounded. Our ...
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  • Hospitals Performing Unneccessary Procedures to Boost Profits

    Invasive and unnecessary heart procedures are being performed around the country, according to a recent article by the New York Times . Unfortunately, these procedures are motivated by profit rather than patient safety. Our Chicago medical malpractice lawyers recognize the dangers of this disturbing trend, and are dedicated to helping unnecessary surgery victims obtain the compensation they ...
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