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Nurses can now treat patients without doctor oversight in Ilinois

If you've gone to gotten sick in the past few years, then there's a strong likelihood that you've actually been treated by a nurse practitioner (NP) instead of a physician. However, if you haven't, then there's a strong likelihood that you soon will be thanks to a new law that was passed in Illinois on Sept. 20. It now allows some nurses to treat patients in lieu of doctors.

A Chicago woman allegedly smoked pot, drank before fatal crash

A 29-year-old Chicago woman was arraigned on a single aggravated count of driving under the influence during a hearing at a Cook County courthouse on Wednesday, Sept. 13. She stands accused of driving around the city both drunk and while smoking marijuana laced with PCP before becoming involved in car crash. That collision claimed the life of one of her four passengers, a 33-year-old man.

Can you sue your chiropractor for malpractice?

Chiropractors, although not medical doctors, may still be sued for injuries a patient suffers at their hands. In most jurisdictions, negligence or liability lawsuits that are filed against chiropractors are no different than ones filed against physicians. They all are classified as falling into a category referred to as medical malpractice.

A woman claims she was struck, injured at Villa Park concert

A Chicago woman filed a lawsuit against the hip hop group Insane Clown Posse (ICP) on Tuesday, September 5th. In her personal injury lawsuit, she alleges she was permanently injured after being struck by a bottle of Faygo soda at an ICP concert back in 2015.

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