Our readers in Illinois have probably heard before how difficult it can be to prove a medical malpractice case in court. This isn't overexaggerated. These cases almost always involve complex facts and medical information, which can be difficult for even the most trained healthcare professional to understand and communicate to the court and jury. Illinois residents who may be thinking about pursuing a medical malpractice claim need to know what they need to prove in a such a case to be successful.
After a car accident, drivers assess the damage and examine how they’re feeling. No sign of injury means everything should be fine, right?
Chicago residents living in the nation's third-largest city are obviously used to seeing "big rigs" on the roads as these vehicles make their way to destinations throughout the country delivering goods and inventory. Unfortunately, this also means that many people are used to seeing truck accidents as well, which can be significantly more devastating than an accident between two passenger vehicles.