Zarov CHICAGO - Allowing medical monitoring claims in Illinois would be a risky move if the state Supreme Court ever decides to, a paper recently published in the DePaul University Journal of Health Care Law says.
A woman has filed suit against the driver who she says rear-ended her vehicle while she was stopped at a red light.
A Worden man and his wife say the man suffered severe injuries after a John Deere tractor rolled over him as he was attempting to fix it.
A man says his employer wrongly terminated him after he sustained a work-related injury.
The brother and sister of a recently deceased couple have filed suit against one intoxicated driver whose license was revoked because of prior driving-under-the influence arrests and another driver who allegedly struck the couple while intoxicated, causing their deaths.
Schottel An attorney attempting to withdraw from a stalled 2007 wrongful death suit has been ordered to appear at Dec. 9 hearing.
The defendant in one of a series of suits brought over generic forms of the popular supplement "AirBorne," has filed its reasons for opposing the certification of the class acting against it.
The purchase of a piano is at the heart of a hearing scheduled over a subpoena issued in a financial dispute between a former funeral home manager and his ex-employers.
The next hearing in a suit over a coffee spill that allegedly burned an infant will take place well into the new year.
A status conference is set in a case over the misidentification of a murdered East St. Louis man. And his mother, the plaintiff, remains without an attorney, at least according to the case file.
Monday, December 7
A status conference is set Dec. 8 in a suit over a New Athens police officer's firing for allegedly doing his job.
Spomer An Illinois Appellate Court upheld Madison County Associate Judge Ralph Mendelsohn's order denying Gateway computer's motion to compel arbitration in a class action case.
Friday, December 11
If Madison County Circuit Judge Barbara Crowder grants their motion, defendants in a series of pending suits over a common weed killer will have a new leader, in the form of Syngenta Crop Protection Inc. and its attorneys.
Discovery continues in a fraud suit over alleged defects found in Microsoft's X-Box 360 video game consoles.
Madison County Circuit Judge Dennis Ruth will hear motions Friday in a fee dispute between lawyers who settled an oil contamination case in Hartford.
An accident victim who was awarded over $1.3 million for the loss of his right foot in an accident is seeking additional money. This time in the form of sanctions against an insurance company he claims bribed a witness.
Dean WASHINGTON - A majority of Americans say tort reform measures should be taken to drive down healthcare costs, a new poll shows.