A construction engineer was severely injured working in Elgin, Illinois on a bridge over the Fox River. A component fell from a crane and injured Rudolf Das on Monday, December 1, 2014 underneath the Interstate 90 bridge at Duncan Avenue. Das is a 51-year-old employee of K&S Engineers from Naperville, Illinois.... 
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Painful Lessons

// Mar 9th, 2015
In our injury cases, we spend a lot of time really trying to understand our clients’ injuries. As I tell clients, it’s one thing to say that an injury causes you pain or causes you to be limited in your daily activities. But it’s another thing entirely to hear anecdotes about your pain or your limitations. Those... 
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If you are in divorce proceedings or already divorced, remember to update your Estate Plan after Divorce. Neglecting this step could have unintended, unpleasant and unanticipated consequences. To prevent potential conflict of interest, it is best to work with a different estate planner than whom you used while together. As... 
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Family members often look for assistance when trying to care for their loved ones at home. Hiring a caregiver is a practical option. However, a recent court case emphasizes the need for caution when Medicaid applicants hire caregivers. In the case of Jenson v. Department of Human Services, a Michigan appeals court... 
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The end of life is a topic people don’t like to think about. Perhaps that’s why many people put off end of life planning until they’re older. But if Alzheimer’s disease or some other cognitive disorder arises, that planning might come too late. Alzheimer’s Is the Sixth Leading Cause of... 
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That’s actually an easy question to answer, as most of these programs provide you with the ability to measure your performance. You get to see what works and what does not, and can evaluate what kinds of leads are returned to you. You are able to determine how your customers are responding to your campaigns, whether... 
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When patients are injured by medical malpractice, they should always have the right to file a lawsuit to obtain compensation. But for decades, it has been nearly impossible for cruise ship passengers to sue when they receive negligent medical care from on-board doctors and nurses working for the cruise line. A longstanding... 
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According to an article by Nathan Shaw, Clinical Reimbursement Director of RB Health Partners, appearing in a recent issue of Pulse, a publication for Florida’s LTC community, if the attending physician is unavailable, a “physician extender” such as a Nurse Practitioner or Physician Assistant can stroke the pen.... 
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The death of a spouse brings many matters for survivors to sort out, among them, the transfer of ownership of a vehicle. In many cases, the recipient of family heirlooms and personal property is determined by a will. But even in these cases, the state of Michigan does offer steps to take in order to lawfully complete... 
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An unexpected injury can be emotionally and physically devastating. When the injuries leave the victim unable to work, the innocent victim may face financial difficulties; foreclosure and bad credit may be imminent. While it is nearly impossible to plan for a tragic incident, there is a means to remain financially... 
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