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July 2013 In the News

July 2013 In the News

On July 27, 2013 Howard Ankin participated in the Big Ten 10K Run. On July 19, 2013 Howard Ankin attended […]

Class Certification Sought in NCAA Concussion Lawsuit

Class Certification Sought in NCAA Concussion Lawsuit

With the college football season just a few weeks away, the NCAA is entrenched in yet another lawsuit. Earlier this […]

Workplace Injury Claims Decrease While Retaliation Claims for Reporting Injuries Rise

Workplace Injury Claims Decrease While Retaliation Claims for Reporting Injuries Rise

Workers’ compensation laws are designed to protect injured employees in the event that they are injured on the job. Under […]

How the AMA’s Classification of Obesity as a Disease Could Impact Disability Claims

How the AMA’s Classification of Obesity as a Disease Could Impact Disability Claims

Obesity is a widespread national health problem that contributes to a number of serious – and potentially life-threatening – medical […]

New Illinois Boating Law Seeks to Hold Intoxicated Boaters Responsible for Accidents

New Illinois Boating Law Seeks to Hold Intoxicated Boaters Responsible for Accidents

Boating is a fun summertime activity for many Illinois residents, and Chicagoans have an abundance of excellent boating options, including […]

Personal Injury and Workers’ Compensation Law Round-Up – July 30, 2013

Personal Injury and Workers’ Compensation Law Round-Up – July 30, 2013

The Chicago personal injury and workers’ compensation lawyers at Ankin Law Office, LLC are dedicated to protecting accident and injury […]

Most Malpractice Claims Caused by Missed Diagnoses and Medication Errors

Most Malpractice Claims Caused by Missed Diagnoses and Medication Errors

Medical malpractice happens anytime a doctor, nurse, hospital, or health care provider fails to adhere to the appropriate standard of […]

Surge in Sports-Related Brain Injuries among Youth

Surge in Sports-Related Brain Injuries among Youth

Sports-related head injuries are becoming an increasingly alarming problem, especially for children. According to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control […]

NCAA Promises Not to Retaliate Against Plaintiffs in Antitrust Lawsuit

NCAA Promises Not to Retaliate Against Plaintiffs in Antitrust Lawsuit

Plaintiffs often fear retaliation when they take legal action against a person, business, or organization with which they are currently […]

Top College Athletes Sue NCAA Over Use of Their Name and Likeness

Top College Athletes Sue NCAA Over Use of Their Name and Likeness

Federal antitrust lawsuits often involve large corporations and business in disputes over market share and price fixing, but a recent […]

Are Heart and Back Problems Covered by Workers’ Compensation?

Are Heart and Back Problems Covered by Workers’ Compensation?

Heart-related medical conditions and back problems are two of the most common medical problems. In fact, according to Reuters, heart […]