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April 2018 Archives

A Chicago landlord can be sued for negligence for tenant injuries

When landlords rent out their properties to tenants, they're essentially providing them with an unwritten assurance that their property is both safe and secure. It's because of this that, if you, as a tenant, are injured on the landlord's premises, then you may be eligible to file a lawsuit for damages for any pain or suffering you endure.

Investigation sheds new light on self-driving Uber accident

Last March, a fatality involving a pedestrian and an autonomous Uber vehicle had people across the country worried about the future of self-driving technology. Understandably, you and other Illinois residents might have been concerned for the safety of those on the roads. New information has surfaced that may put some of your fears to rest, if they do not entirely answer the question of how autonomous cars and vehicles with drivers may mix when the technology becomes more prevalent.

Rush University Medical Center is sued for a boy's brain damage

Several physicians and nurses employed by Rush University Medical Center are named as defendants in a lawsuit filed against both them and their employer in the Northern Illinois District Court on Tuesday, April 3. The four doctors, two nurses and - *-hospital all stand accused of having played a role in causing medical errors that ultimately left a baby boy disabled following his birth in 2007.

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