Búsqueda de Compensación al Trabajador

Por: Howard Ankin Abogado de The Ankin Law Office Cerca del 28 por ciento de los estadounidenses resultarán lesionados en el trabajo. Es importante conocer sus derechos si usted resulta lesionado en el trabajo, ya que el entender sus derechos legales puede ayudarle en su recuperación médica y parar algunas de sus pérdidas financieras. Las […]

Read More

Father/Child Lawyer Teams

Chicago Daily Law Bulletin Father-child lawyer teams savor closeness By John Flynn Rooney Law Bulletin staff writer When Michelle M. Montgomery first brought a real estate law case to trial last year, her father, James D. Montgomery, served as her “second chair.” “He saved me,” she said of her father, a prominent veteran trial lawyer. […]

Read More

Father/Son Lawyers Bond

Toy soldiers unite father-son team By Jerry Crimmins Law Bulletin staff writer One of Howard H. Ankin’s earliest memories, from age 4, is the toy soldiers that he got from his father. They were “dime-store lead soldiers” from the 1930s. ‘40s and ‘50s that his father, Paul, began buying for the son in the 1960s […]

Read More

Plane and Truck Collide

Taxiing plane, truck collide 3 workers hurt in accident on O’Hare runway By Carlos Sadovi and Jeremy Groner Tribune Reporters Federal aviation officials said it could take several weeks to determine the cause of a collision early Saturday between a taxiing airplane and a maintenance truck at O’Hare International Airport. The United Express jet, operated […]

Read More

Snowmobile Accident

Lawsuit seeks damages in fatal snowmobile accident By Brian Martin NewsTribune Reporter OTTOWA—A six-count lawsuit has been filed in La Salle County Court against John Szymovicz and Joy and Ed’s Supper Club in Utica in connection with a Jan. 9 snowmobile accident that killed a Peru woman. Sheryl Lynn Tucker, 33, died Jan. 9 after […]

Read More

Department Store Slip/Fall

Injury suit against department store belongs in Cook County, court rules By Stephanie Potter Law Bulletin staff writer A trial judge did not abuse her discretion when she denied a motion to move a slip-and-fall case from Cook County to Kankakee County, the 1st District Appellate Court held Friday. Linda Nolte filed suit in October […]

Read More

Cardboard Bailer Death

Family blames recyclers for 1997 crushing death Donnelly family files lawsuit By Steve Silverman Pantagraph staff Nearly two years after Harold Donnelly’s crushed remains were found encased in a bale of cardboard at a Normal recycling plant, a lawsuit has been filed alleging the Bloomington man’s death resulted from hazardous conditions at the plant. The […]

Read More

Memberships
& Awards

super lawyers logo Illinois trial lawyers association logo