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Archive for Month: March 2018


What if your employer does not have workers’ compensation insurance?

Knowing your rights is important. If you find out that your employer does not have workers’ compensation insurance, you still may have a case. An employer that negligently fails to provide workers’ compensation insurance coverage is guilty of a Class A misdemeanor for each day without coverage, punishable by up […]


Minors Be Warned: Although a child is not responsible to pay medical bills, health care providers can still come knocking

The Illinois Supreme Court recently decided the case of Akeem Manago, a Deceased Minor, et al. v. The County of Cook, 2017 IL 121078. The Supreme Court overturned the appellate court’s decision to find that nothing in the statutory language of the Family Expense Act (750 ILCS 65/15 (West 2012)) or […]


City of Chicago and the Duty to Inspect its Property: 2.0

A few weeks ago the entire Midwest region was hit by a crushing snowstorm that closed the doors to most businesses in the greater Chicago-land area.  If you are a homeowner and/or business owner of property located in the City of Chicago, you might have noticed ads on garbage cans and […]