Howard Ankin Wins Case Before Illinois Appellate Court

Howard Ankin In June I argued before the Illinois Appellate Court the case of Smart vs. Central Grocers on behalf of a claimant who suffered a workplace injury. I am very happy to report the... Read More

How to Keep your Child Safe in the Car

The leading cause of death for children under the age of 18 in the United States is motor vehicle accidents, and many of these deaths are preventable. There are several steps that drivers can take to make rides safer, for themselves and for their children. The Size of the Problem A CDC study found that over 600,000 children between the ages of 0 and 12 rode in vehicles,...
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Medication Errors are a Prescription for Death

Medication errors are a leading cause of death for patients throughout the United States. Every year, thousands of patients are injured or killed after being prescribed the wrong medication. These prescription errors include either prescribing the wrong dose, or prescribing a medication that will cause an adverse reaction when taken with another medication....
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How an Injury Attorney in Chicago Proves Negligence

When someone sustains an injury or loses a loved one because of the negligent actions of another, an injury attorney in Chicago can help establish legal liability. The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety reports that thousands of people die and sustain serious injuries every day because of the negligence of others. In 2014, 32,675 people lost their lives in preventable car...
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Many Illinois Roads Rated in Poor Condition

While it is a fact of life for most Chicago residents, driving on Illinois roads can be perilous. Crumbling roads and bridges cause damage to vehicles and can lead to serious accidents. When it comes to damaged roads, Illinois currently rates the highest in the nation. Both its roads and bridges are deemed dangerous by safety experts....
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Dangerous Days for Teen Drivers

As the summer is starting and school is letting out, more and more teens are on the road. Those first summer days – one hundred days specifically – after Memorial Day weekend happen to be the most dangerous days for teen drivers. According to AAA, the number of teen car accident deaths increases over 16% during those dangerous days. With the increase in car accidents and...
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How To Reduce Late Night Car Crashes

Late night car crashes will happen but increasing the available lighting can reduce the number of late night car crashes. There are generally a variety of reasons for late night car crashes. However, one of the most common reasons is human error. While driver mistakes are typically involved in many crash scenarios, there are numerous reasons that contribute to drivers making...
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When it’s a Rough Ride

Illinois has the 12th highest fatality rate in the nation for cyclists, and each year an average of 27 cyclists are killed. Many thousands more are injured when automobile drivers fail to yield, other cyclists attempt to overtake them, or poorly maintained pathways cause riders to tumble from their bikes. Ridership naturally increases with the arrival of summer. More people...
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OSHA Estimates Half of Employers Don’t Report Significant Injuries

Anytime a worker suffers a significant on the job injury or work related illness that results in lost time from work, medical treatment beyond first aid, loss of consciousness, transfer to another job, restricted work or death, employers are required to notify the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) in a timely manner. While serious injuries and illnesses must...
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