Premises Liability and the Wrongful Deaths of Two Teens

The Chicago and Berwyn Premises Liability Lawyers at Grazian and Volpe have written extensively of the complexities involved where a workers’ compensation and third party personal injury liability claim co-exist. This recent lawsuit highlights these issues in a tragically. A fourteen year old girl and her co-worker were electrocuted in July while removing tassels from…

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Premises Liability on Public Property: This Case is a Stretch

The Chicago and South Chicago Premises Liability Lawyers at Grazian and Volpe have generally advised that premises liability for a personal injury sustained on public property is not subject to compensation for the victim under the Section 3-106 of the Local Governmental and Governmental Employees Tort Immunity Act (Act) (745 ILCS 10/3-106 (West 2008) ).…

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Chicago Personal Injury Lawyer: What If I Don’t Like the One I Have?

As a Chicago Personal Injury Lawyer of over 25 years,  I am often approached by injured people who have retained the services of a personal injury or workers’ compensation attorney and are dissatisfied with the service that they are receiving from their attorney.  They complain that he or she does not answer phone calls and/or does not…

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