Class actions allow one or a few named plaintiffs (injured people) to bring suit on behalf of many injured people. An example would be defective hip replacement units that have been shown to be bad…
After a long battle, a jury brought justice to a family whose family memeber died of cancer. The jury found that the talcum powder the woman used was linked to the Ovarian cancer from which she suffered and ultimately died.
As Texans along the coast prepare for potential severe property loss and risk injury or death if they don’t evacuate, is there any recourse. The answer is maybe.
The gravity of injuries is often only appreciated by the injured person or their family. Real life pain and suffering is often only understood by the person suffering it.
32 year old woman collects against unwanted sex aggressor for acts that happened 16 years ago.
Chicago malpractice attorney Susan E. Loggans fights for the rights of the family of an 87-year-old that died because of a hospital feeding error.
Once implanted, medical prosthesis become a part of our body. Those who need these devices have the right to trust that they will perform properly and not cause them further harm.
No case is too difficult, no defendant too large or powerful, for Chicago malpractice attorney Susan E. Loggans, who successfully represented the plaintiff’s in all three cases, obtaining multimillion-dollar settlements for each one.