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Patients in a hospital or medical treatment setting can be at risk for injury while in that setting. Patient falls, for instance, are not uncommon. But when do those falls give rise to a personal injury claim? The answer is not a simple one. There are two types of personal injury claims that typically may […]

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Premises liability is a legal theory related to personal injury law governing the responsibility of a property owner to protect the safety of those on his or her premises. Many personal injury cases revolve around the legal concept of “Neglect.” (Learn more about the concept of Neglect in personal injury cases.) Such is the case […]

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In several states, including the state of Illinois, plaintiffs who bear some responsibility in their own injuries may have to contend with a rule called "Modified Comparative Negligence." Simply put, the rule means that if you share the blame for your injuries, you also share the burden, that damages are assessed only in direct proportion […]

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Because there is a large chain of distribution for pharmaceutical drugs on the market today, there are many hands that may be held responsible when a defective products claim is brought. (See the types of pharmaceutical drug defective product claims typically made) That chain of distribution begins at the laboratory or manufacturing facility and ends […]

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Injuries sustained as a result of the use of a pharmaceutical drug may in fact be cause for a defective products claim. These claims are based on a failing of sorts in the drug’s manufacturers, distributor and sometimes, sales representative, prescribing doctor or hospital. There is an inherent responsibility on the part of these individuals […]

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