Johnson & Johnson Found Responsible for Cancer Victim’s Suffering

By mjdadmin
10 Mar, 2016
Chicago, Ill. February 29th, 2016 Jurors have concluded that Johnson & Johnson was responsible for a woman's death from ovarian cancer. This death is believed to have been brought about by the victim's previous use of a talc-based Johnson & Johnson product. Not only has the talc-based product been linked to ovarian cancer, Johnson & Johnson is believed to have known of the cancer risks associated with its products -- and still failed to notify consumers. This failure will ultimately prove an expensive one for Johnson & Johnson, which is now required to shell out $72 million in compensatory and punitive damages.
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Chicago Workers Compensation Lawyer Donald Fohrman Discusses Budget Impact on Injured Workers

By mjdadmin
18 Feb, 2016
Chicago workers compensation lawyer Donald W. Fohrman says the recent budget discussions have been targeting workers compensation laws in ways that could reduce benefits for injured workers. He believes injured workers deserve fair compensation for their injuries, and is concerned that the budget fight in Illinois will result in further erosion of worker protections and rights.
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Fohrman Takes Stance Against Drunk Driving

By mjdadmin
11 Feb, 2016
A multiple vehicle collision on January 18 injured two and killed one on the Northwest Side of Chicago. Alcohol was thought to be contributing factor to the accident, highlighting yet again the prevalence of DUI incidents on the roads of Illinois.
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Recent Road Crew Injuries Sparks Focus on Driver Safety

By mjdadmin
8 Feb, 2016
According to the Department of Transportation Federal Highway Administration, there were approximately 87,600 crashes in work zones in 2010. These crashes not only injured numerous drivers and passengers, but caused serious or fatal injuries to road crew workers as well. In fact, more than 75 percent of all road crew worker deaths were due to workers being run over or hit by some type of vehicle. More recent data from the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) reveals that during the years between 2003 and 2013, an alarming 69 percent of road worker fatalities were caused by a pedestrian worker being struck by a vehicle.
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Neglectful Nursing Homes a Leading Cause of Personal Injuries

By mjdadmin
23 Jan, 2016
Nursing homes are supposed to be places where care is needed, and care is provided. Unfortunately, an increasing number of nursing home staff are neglecting their patients. This is causing a tremendous amount of pain and suffering for patients.
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