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Nursing home deaths: mother dies due to nurse's error

The seemingly unnecessary death of a 52-year-old Illinois mother while in a nursing home once again places the focus on the standard of care patients are entitled to receive from care facilities.  When nursing home deaths occur due to the negligence of staff members, families may have the option for legal recourse. Fortunately, many personal injury lawyers work on a contingency basis, which means financial constraints should not deter a family from exercising their right to sue in civil court.

Car accidents: tragic when teenager victims are killed

The loved ones left behind after fatal vehicle wrecks are often left searching for answers and seeking ways to find solace. While many families would like to seek advice from an Illinois personal injury lawyer after fatal car accidents, worries about possible costs may deter them from consulting an attorney. Fortunately, many personal injury lawyers work on a contingency basis, which means no initial payment for the client.

Nursing home abuse -- approximately 5 million victims annually

The population in many countries across the world, including the United States, are aging. It is estimated that by 2030, 20 percent of the American population will be older than 64. People are living longer because of better living conditions, and medical care has turned the long-term care of elderly people into a booming business, but it has also created a group vulnerable to nursing home abuse.

What kinds of damages can victims of car accidents claim for?

The law allows for a person who has suffered harm due to the negligence of another party or parties to pursue a claim for monetary relief. Victims of car accidents may find that they are entitled to receive compensation from the party found to be at fault. The question is -- how will one know if a claim is viable?

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