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Recent Posts in Personal Injury

  • 15-Apr-2016

    Stay Connected with Pavich Law Group!

    Pavich Law Group, P.C. is a family-run firm that is committed to providing every client with the caring, effective legal counsel they need. Our Chicago personal injury lawyers have recovered more than $75 million for accident victims in Illinois and ...
  • 19-Nov-2015

    What is Required to File a Wrongful Death Lawsuit?

    The death of a family member or other loved one is never easy to deal with, even when it is from natural causes. When a person is killed by the negligent or wanton acts of another, however, it can be both emotionally and financially devastating. At ...
  • 14-Jul-2015

    Slip & Fall Accidents in Chicago: Common Causes

    Every year, millions of people across the United States, including in Chicago, find themselves suffering from an injury due to a slip and fall accident. Slip and fall accidents are exactly what they sound like- someone that is walking or standing in ...
  • 15-May-2015

    How Comparative Fault Works in Illinois

    Dangerous accidents can happen in a split second and it can be difficult for those involved to determine just what caused the accident and who is responsible. There can often be multiple parties at fault—including the injured victim. When this ...
  • 2-Apr-2014

    Stevenson High School Student & Parents Killed in Truck Accident

    A student at Stevenson High School in Lincolnshire was killed along with his parents when a vehicle being pursued by the police officers crossed the dividing line and struck their vehicle. The crash occurred on Monday, April 1 in Arizona where the ...
  • 21-Mar-2014

    Common Causes of Car Fires

    Did you know that one in every five fires reported is a vehicle fire? The National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) states that car fires account for 20 percent of all fires in the United States. Being aware of the potentially dangerous factors ...
  • 3-Feb-2014

    Recent Product Recalls

    Many consumer products are recalled every year due to safety issues. These products can range from food products to electronics, appliances, tools, toys, vehicles and vehicle parts, cosmetics, household goods, and more. When the use of any consumer ...
  • 10-Oct-2013

    Mayo Clinic Researchers Call For Ban On Fighting in Hockey

    The N.Y. Times is reporting today that a team of experts from the Mayo Clinic in Minnesota is calling for a ban on fighting at all levels of ice hockey. The call for a ban comes as a new National Hockey League season gets underway, and with several ...
  • 27-Sep-2013

    Truck Involved In Fatal Accident Had Numerous Safety Violations

    The Concord Monitor is reporting today that a commercial truck involved in a fatal truck accident on Interstate 93 was operating in violation of several safety codes. According to the story, the truck was carrying a modular home when a wheel flew off ...
  • 24-Sep-2013

    Chiquita Seeks Dismissal of Human Rights Lawsuit

    According to the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, Chiquita Brands International has asked the 11th Circuit Court of Appeals, located in Atlanta, Georgia, to dismiss a lawsuit filed against Chiquita by thousands of Colombian citizens whose relatives were ...
  • 19-Sep-2013

    New York Nursing Facility Sued For Wrongful Death

    NYDailyNews.com reports that a well-known nursing facility in Brooklyn, NY, has been named a defendant in several wrongful death suits. The suits allege that the nursing home, One Prospect Park West, has been operating without a license for nearly ...
  • 25-Jun-2013

    Two Police Officers and Two Civilians Injured in Crash

    Four people were injured in a car accident on the night of June 4. When two police officers were responding to call, their squad car was hit by another car on the South Side of Chicago. A vehicle stopped at the light was also hit. The two police ...
  • 19-Jun-2013

    Child Attacked by Dogs

    A 3-year-old boy was attacked by two pit bulls in a relative's dining room on June 3. His cousin alerted a neighbor who hopped the fence and rescued the child from the two dogs with a plank of wood. He grabbed the boy and carried him to a local ...
  • 10-Jun-2013

    Two Men Suffer Burn Injuries from Burning Gas Tank

    Two men were injured when a gas tank caught on fire on June 4 in Morgan Park. They were working on the car when the tank ignited, burning both of the men. The 46 year-old man was in critical condition at Advocate Crist Medical Center after suffering ...
  • 22-Mar-2013

    BP & Alabama Seek Sanctions Against Halliburton

    The Houston Chronicle and the Associated Press have reported that, BP and the state of Alabama have asked U.S. District Judge, Carl Barbier, of New Orleans to impose sanctions against Halliburton. The British oil giant claims that, Halliburton's ...
  • 22-Jan-2013

    Mining Firms Possibly Benefiting From Forced Labor

    A recently released investigative report by Human Rights Watch has raised some troubling questions for a Canadian mining company currently expanding its operations in Africa. According to this report, Canada-based Nevsun Resources did not adequately ...
  • 9-Jan-2013

    Defense Contractor Settles Claims Brought By Iraqi Detainees

    Numerous media outlets are reporting today that a major U.S. defense contractor has settled claims brought by a group of Iraqi detainees held by U.S. forces in Iraq, including at the now infamous Abu Ghraib facility. According to these reports, the ...
  • 22-Dec-2012

    Judge Approves Class Settlement In Gulf Oil Spill

    CNN and a number of other media outlets are reporting that BP has agreed to a settlement with tens of thousands of individuals and business who suffered economic harm as a result of the 2010 Gulf of Mexico oil spill, which resulted in more than ...
  • 11-Dec-2012

    Illinois Transportation Company Ordered To Halt Operations

    According to the transportation website Truckinginfo.com, the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) recently ordered two transportation companies to suspend all operations, including a Champaign, Illinois based company - Lincolnland ...
  • 7-Dec-2012

    Companies Failing to Disclose Dangerous Chemical Use

    According to the Chicago Tribune, a recent investigation by The Center for Environmental Health ("CEH") found that several major California retailers were violating a California law requiring that customers be warned of products containing ...
  • 4-Dec-2012

    Dangerous & Defective Toys Seized By Authorities

    According to reports from NBC News and ABC News, federal authorities have intercepted more than 2 million foreign made toys destined for U.S. stores. According to the reports, the U.S. Customs and Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) explained ...
  • 28-Nov-2012

    Concerns Raised Over Outsourcing Of Drug Trials

    Reuters reported on Tuesday that a new report issued by the nonprofit group Access to Medicines Index highlights concerns over major drug companies that outsource clinical trials in developing nations to so-called contract research organizations ...
  • 26-Nov-2012

    Increase In Bounce House Injuries

    ABC News recently reported that a new study conducted by the journal Pediatrics has found that the number of children treated for bounce-house related injuries doubled from 2008. Even more alarming, the report noted that the 11,300 children treated ...
  • 16-Nov-2012

    High Energy Drinks Connected To Deaths

    According to a recent report in the New York Times, the Food and Drug Administration has reported that the popular 5-Hour Energy Drink has been implicated in at least 13 deaths over the past 4 years. These reports follow revelations that another ...
  • 26-Oct-2012

    Energy Drink Labels Often Inaccurate

    Reuters news agency recently reported that a Consumer Reports study found that the labels on popular energy drinks are often inaccurate, and frequently do not disclose exactly how much caffeine may be in a particular drink. In fact, the study ...
  • 17-Oct-2012

    Halloween Pirate Costumes Seized Due To High Lead Levels

    With the arrival of beautiful fall colors and cool crisp autumn evenings, reminders abound that we are again approaching a favorite time of year for children around the country -- Halloween. With brand new costumes, Halloween parties and the thought ...