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Unnecessary and Excessive Surgeries and Procedures: Defensive Medicine or Fraud for Profit?

February 2, 2016  ·  By HM&M

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Last night, a mother of three was killed on the South Side of Chicago when her bicycle collided with a truck. The driver of the truck received citations for driving while license suspended, operating a vehicle without insurance, and driving an unsafe vehicle. Family members of the deceased woman are questioning why the driver was not arrested and are asking any witnesses of the accident to come forward immediately.

The woman driving the truck has a long history of driving violations in Illinois, which include multiple speeding tickets. As a car accident attorney, this woman's troubled driving history indicates that she may have been driving in an unsafe manner when she struck the bicyclist. Many unsafe drivers are either unwilling or unable to improve their driving habits even after multiple citations and/or accidents. Unfortunately, in some cases it is just a matter of time before a tragedy results from this unsafe driving. I hope the police are able to complete a full investigation of this accident, and if it is determined that the driver was at fault, do whatever it takes to keep her off the road

February 2, 2016

Order Sealing Chrysler Defect Records Overturned by Ninth District Court

Time and time again, corporations selling deadly or defective products manage to conceal their wrongdoings from the public eye. Even as more injuries, deaths, lawsuits, and settlements pile up, indiscretions are sealed and hidden through sealed court documents. It is both disturbing and disgusting. And it happens much more frequently than most people realize. Remington,... Read More

February 2, 2016

Cough Syrup Recalled Due to Contents of Undisclosed Morphine

A cough syrup distributed by Master Herbs, Inc. is being recalled because it contains undisclosed morphine. Made in China, the licorice cough syrup was distributed in 100 ml bottles at Chinese grocery stores in California, New Jersey, Hawaii, Illinois, Ohio, and Nevada. Although to date, no one has reported being harmed by the medication, the... Read More

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