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Jessica Hoerman

Sears’ Master Blow-off

Missing the Big Game? No Hot Water? Ruined Food? You can afford to have your Major Appliances or Electronics out of order very long! Give yourself Peace of Mind and protect yourself from…

Tor Hoerman

TorHoerman Law Welcomes Guest Blogger Dr. John M. Restaino, DPM, JD, MPH

TorHoerman Law is proud to announce that Dr. John M. Restaino, DPM, JD, MPH has agreed to guest blog with us at our Chicago-Land Injury Board Blog.

Dr. Restaino practiced surgery of the foot and…

Jessica Hoerman

Take the Pledge – “It Gets Better!”

A young college student stands up in a public forum and gathers the courage to ask the distinguished speaker, a syndicated journalist, how one comes out to her beloved, but socially conservative,…

Jessica Hoerman

Salads for Every School!

If you haven't visited your local school cafeteria in a while – I would suggest that now might be a good time to do so. Does your school have a salad bar? If not, why not? Thanks to Whole…

Margaret Embry

$1 Billion Workers’ Compensation Lawsuit Against AIG Dismissed

Judge Robert Gettleman of the U.S. District Court in Chicago dismissed a federal lawsuit against American International Group Inc (AIG) on August 20th, according to Reuters. The lawsuit accused AIG…

Nick Avgerinos

Privacy Please: Your Intimate Details Hit the Internet

In a time where reality television is now the norm, rather than the exception, privacy is a rare commodity. We want to know everything about our next door neighbor. It seems we’ve realized that…

Tony Romanucci

Lawsuit filed against Blue Man Group

Although wildly popular across the country, BMG carried one of its stunts too far. Romanucci & Blandin, LLC filed a lawsuit against BMG for its esphogeal camera stunt gone wrong. The Chicago Tribune reported yesterday as follows: If you haven’t seen the act that’s mentioned in the suit, it goes something like this: A rhythmic thump of rock music serves as the soundtrack to the commotion near…

Tony Romanucci

Illinois Hospital safety reports past due

Four years after Illinois passed two groundbreaking laws designed to shed light on hospital safety and performance, patients are still in the dark.The Illinois Hospital Report Card — at the time, the nation’s first effort to document hospital-acquired infections — has not been published.”It’s disappointing because Illinois was the leader, the model state that everyone was looking to,” said…

Tony Romanucci

$12 Million Police Shooting Verdict Against Chicago Police department

In one of the largest awards ever in a Chicago Police shooting, a Cook County jury Thursday said the city must pay $12 million to the family of a 23-year-old unarmed man whose death was caught on a CTA station security video now heavily viewed on YouTube. That tops the 2003 award of $9.6 million in the police shooting of Northwestern University student Robert Russ, but is less than the 2001…

Tony Romanucci

Civil Rights Lawsuit Filed in Chicago

A lawsuit was filed today in the Circuit Court of Cook County against the Chicago Police Department by the eldest son of the late rapper Freddie Wilson, who was shot and killed by police on November 13, 2007 (case no. 2007 P 008169).Wilson’s eldest child, a 13-year-old son who resides with his mother in Madison, Wis., is represented by the Chicago law firm of Romanucci & Blandin, LLC. Antonio…