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October 2014 Archives

Does My Illinois Medical Malpractice Case Have To Go To Court?

If you or a loved one suffers significant injuries at the hands of a negligent healthcare provider, you have the right to seek full compensation for your damages. While many individuals take their issues to court, you also have the option of using an alternate method for resolving your dispute: arbitration. This option can help you work toward settlement, with potentially less stress and time.

Is Pitocin Overused?

Many professionals believe that Pitocin is used far more frequently than is necessary and may cause more harm than good. Pitocin, which is the brand name for a compound containing synthetic oxytocin and other derivatives, is used to induce or accelerate labor. However, the risks to mothers and their children are prompting the medical community to take a closer look at the consequences.

An Explanation Of Wrongful Death

In the aftermath of losing a loved one - especially when that death is sudden and unexpected - your first thought is not likely to be the legal implications of the loss. Later, as you make the necessary arrangements and go through the mourning process, you may begin to question why a supposedly routine surgery or drive to the grocery store cost your family member's life.

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Scales Of Justice: A
Constant Reminder

Attorney Jeffrey Goldberg commissioned this sculpture of the scales of justice to serve as a visual reminder of the firm's reason for being: to make sure that people who have been injured by the negligence of others are fairly represented and that they receive just compensation for their losses.

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