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Judge rules that defendants’ Facebook archives request is too broad

A federal judge decided that the defendants in a wrongful death lawsuit were too broad in their request to view the Facebook archives of the victim of an accident and her family. The defendants asked for production of the archives covering a time period of seven years prior to her death. U.S. Magistrate Judge Jeffrey …

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CVS Pharmacy commits error that results in emergency for patient

A woman from Cook County, Chicago, filed a lawsuit alleging that she suffered injuries as a result of an error committed by a CVS pharmacy that filled her prescription with the incorrect dosage and directions. Lorraine Farley is alleging negligence on the part of defendants, CVS Caremark Corp. and Highland Park CVS LLC. The complaint …

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New silica dust rules aim to save lungs of construction workers

The Department of Labor issued controversial new rules on March 24 to protect workers from silica dust exposure, one of the oldest known workplace hazards. Silica dust is a common mineral found in construction materials such as stone, brick and concrete. According to the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), the fine grains can cause …

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Couple files lawsuit against doctor for failure to treat cancer

A Chicago couple sued a physician, hospital and other health care providers for their failure to diagnose and treat prostate cancer for 14 months or more. They alleged the doctor did not take the required steps to handle extremely high PSA levels, resulting in loss of consortium. Jeffrey D. Velick and Sandra Velick filed the …

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Concert organizers sued for attendee’s fatal fall

A mother filed a wrongful death lawsuit against concert organizers in the aftermath of her son’s death from a fall during a concert at the Aragon Ballroom in Chicago, Illinois. Denise Kirchhoff filed the complaint in Cook County Circuit Court on March 10 as the independent administrator of her son Kyle Kirchhoff’s estate. She named …

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Wrong injection leads to wrongful death lawsuit

Two Chicago nursing care families and their staff members are facing a negligence and wrongful death lawsuit. Sandra Semmes filed the complaint in Cook County Circuit Court on March 4 in the capacity of independent executor of Robert Semmes’ estate. The named defendants in the suit were the Washington and Jane Smith Home, known as …

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