Older Teens At Risk For Serious Auto Accidents

Teen drivers in Illinois may receive an unrestricted driver’s license at age 18. However, from the permit phase at age 15 until the time they receive their initial licenses at age 16 to 17, teens have restrictions on nighttime driving and the number of passengers they can drive around. These restrictions are meant to educate …

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Drive Safely Work Week is an Initiative All Employers Should Adopt

October 3rd through the 7th is Drive Safely Work Week “Focus 360°: Getting There Safely Is Everyone’s Business.” No matter if you drive or carpool to work, or even walk or bicycle, there are important steps that individuals can take to lessen accidents. Chicago and Illinois employers have responsibilities too, and they should do everything …

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Medical Malpractice Concerns Rise When Pain Management Diagnoses Fail

Missed or delayed pain management diagnoses create a serious risk for hospital patients. Today’s Hospitalist found that nurses, doctors, and support staff frequently failed at communicating dosing amounts, did not conduct appropriate monitoring, and struggled to communicate effectively with each other. These mistakes play a huge role in causing serious injuries and wrongful deaths in …

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Chicago Roofing Accident Causes Worker Death

A roofer working on a building on West Superior Street became tangled in ropes as he was being lowered. Authorities said his chest was crushed, and he passed away at Northwestern Memorial Hospital within a few hours. Construction workers, especially roofers, encounter many serious hazards that can cause an injury or death. Improper safety systems …

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State Publishes Latest Stats on Workplace Injuries

Incidents Affect More than 165,000 Workers In recently published statistics, the Illinois Department of Health noted that 165,500 workplace injuries and illnesses occurred in the latest reporting year. More than 83,300 of these incidents were serious enough to prevent employees from being able to work for a period of time. The largest number of injuries …

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Illinois Big Rig Accidents Under More Scrutiny in the Courts

Recent semi truck rollovers in Illinois highlight the seriousness of these types of collisions. Big rigs weigh a lot more than passenger vehicles and take a lot more time to fully stop. In mid August, a semi truck flipped near Burr Ridge on the Stevenson Expressway, slid through three lanes of traffic, and hit two …

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Officials Report More Infection Control Needed in Illinois Health Facilities

Illinois surgery centers are under the microscope after state health officials found numerous violations of infection control standards. The Illinois Department of Public Health is mandating that these types of widely used outpatient facilities be more in line with hospital regulations. The inspections have been prompted by other state infection scares and national initiatives such …

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Illinois Birth Injury Raises Concerns with Hospital Staff and Procedures

A family in St. Louis, Ill. is dealing with a traumatic birth injury that they blame on Memorial Hospital medical professionals. Mistakes made during the pregnancy caused their daughter to have cerebral palsy. During the baby’s delivery, the parents allege that the doctor ruptured membranes, failed to perform in utero resuscitation, and failed to deliver …

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Recent Auto-Bicycle Accident Turns Deadly in Cook County

Bicycling in your neighborhood or to work should be an enjoyable, stress-free activity. But for a man in Cook County, Illinois, and for thousands of other bike riders, careless or negligent drivers can cause a serious injury or death. In late July, a 79-year-old man was cycling two blocks from his home in suburban Maywood …

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Illinois Physician and Medical Malpractice Records Will Soon be Public Record

The Illinois Patients’ Right to Know Act is awaiting Governor Quinn’s signature. Once enacted, the Act will allow individuals to search a licensed doctor’s history, including if the doctor has been criminally convicted, fired, or had made a medical malpractice payment in the last five years. This is good news for patients, says the consumer …

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