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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...

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...

Why Are Crush Injuries So Dangerous?

Crushing injuries that are not immediately fatal can still kill as organs fail and concentrations of toxic substances are released into the bloodstream. Since this may occur many hours after the accident, individuals who suffer crushing injuries require prompt...

3 Red Flags Your Doctor Is Dangerous

With medical errors a common source of injury and death in the U.S., it is vital to take charge of your health care in whatever ways you can. One of those is to choose the right medical providers. While proper certification and experience are a start, they are not the...

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