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Grocery store injuries deserve quality legal representation

Your neighborhood grocery store should offer a welcoming, pleasant retail experience. Like all other retail establishments, grocery stores in Illinois are also expected to maintain safe facilities for customers. However, sometimes manager and employee negligence can lead to serious grocery store injuries that leave victims with chronic pain and other conditions. So, where do you turn when you have been injured in such a premises liability case?

Falling beam injures man, lawsuit filed in Cook County

Taking the trains in Chicago shouldn't come with a risk of getting seriously hurt. People who use the Chicago Transit Authority trains and those who walk near the lines have a right to expect that the platforms, tracks, trains and other items near them will be properly maintained. There are instances in which that expectation isn't met. When the expectation isn't met, commuters and pedestrians can be injured. This fact is the subject of a lawsuit filed against the CTA on Aug. 11.

Ice accumulation leads to dangerous property, woman falls

Winter is just around the corner for Chicago, so this is a perfect time to discuss what happens if you slip and fall on ice that is on someone's property. If you have ever fallen on ice or know someone who has, you might know that these types of accidents can cause serious injuries that can have a profound impact on the victim. In those cases, the victim might decide that he or she should file a complaint that seeks to have the responsible party pay compensation for the injuries.

Lawsuit in Illinois over allegedly burning hot chili con queso

In Illinois, a lawsuit was recently filed in the Cook County Circuit Court over burns that a women received when a dish of chili con queso spilled on her legs. She was in the car, on the way home from the restaurant, when the incident occurred. The woman says that the high temperature of the food was unreasonable, and that is the basis for her suit.

Man hit by fence and gate files lawsuit in Cook County

With all the construction going on in Chicago, it isn't uncommon to see temporary fencing up in various places around the city. For pedestrians, those temporary fencing solutions around the construction zones can cause serious hazards. A recent lawsuit filed in the Cook County Circuit Court claims that a pedestrian was struck by a fence and a gate while he was walking.

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