Use of Pesticides such as “Roundup,” (A registered trademark – Produced by Monsanto/Bayer) Containing Glyphosate and Cancer ?

Glyphosate is a chemical that has been found in one or more court cases to have caused cancer in users and is suspected of having caused cancer in people having had secondary exposure, such as by being exposed to the chemical when applied by spraying. If you or someone you know has been exposed to …

Coronavirus – The Law Going Forward

The whole world has slowed to a crawl and so have legal services and the federal and state courts. We are all adapting to a radically isolated way of working and living. However, if you need help – Help Is Available !!! Please do not hesitate to call me at (847) 274-8312. Thank you.

Personal Injury; Wrongful Death; Nursing Home Death and Abuse; Medical Malpractice; Too Many Lawsuits?

If you have been injured; or another person has been injured; killed or suffered abuse you may be involved in helping to determine what to do to protect the injured person or compensate their family.  Determining what to do can be confusing and overwhelming. Help is available.The internet is filled with inaccurate and false information.  Okay, then …

DOES YOUR COMMUNITY HAVE A “PLAN B.” WHAT HAPPENS NEXT TIME THE POWER GOES OUT OR A DISASTER OCCURS?

What is your plan “B” if the power or communication grid goes “down” out of service for more than a few hours ? Human nature is such that we usually avoid thinking about or taking action to prepare for unpleasant events until problem arrives.  This is fine on a small scale.  For example we don’t …

In Illinois – Proof of Intoxication Is Not Always Admissible to Prove “Fault” In A Personal Injury Lawsuit

September 30, 2014 In a personal injury trial in the State of Illinois the introduction of evidence of alcohol consumption and/or intoxication may often determine the outcome of the entire lawsuit.  Recently the issue of when and under what circumstances proof of  consumption of alcohol and/or intoxication is properly admissible to prove the defendant’s “fault” …