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How Long Do You Have to Sue for Medical Malpractice

How Long Do You Have to Sue for Medical Malpractice

In Illinois, you have two years from the date you discovered or should have reasonably discovered an injury caused by a health care provider’s negligence to sue for medical malpractice. This deadline is called a statute of limitations. If you do not discover your...

Is Surgical Mesh Safe?

According to the Cleveland Clinic, surgical mesh is a material that is used to strengthen bodily tissues, including bone. It is often used to correct pelvic organ prolapse and stress urinary incontinence, two conditions which affect numerous women.  Despite its...

The Changing Face of Product Liability

What happens when a faulty product causes serious injury? Who is to blame?  Typically, the courts decide that the most negligent people pay the most in these types of cases. However, the exact execution of this principle tends to shift over time.  What is product...

Is Telehealth Safe for Patients?

During the ongoing health crisis, many Chicago area residents have had to visit their doctor remotely. Although the pandemic discourages people to leave their homes, regular doctor visits are still necessary, especially for those with chronic conditions like heart...

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