Slip and Fall Law | Law Firm Newswire

Chicago, IL (Law Firm Newswire) February 22, 2022 – Last year, a man who suffered injuries in a slip and fall accident sued a gas station and convenience store in Joliet, Illinois. He claimed a “defective condition on the premises” caused his fall.   Plaintiff Samuel Robinson filed the complaint in Will County Courthouse in Joliet. The lawsuit accused Lenny’s Rt. 66 Fuel Stop on Route 53 of negligence and creating a hazardous situation for customers. Robinson was seeking damages in excess of $50,000.    “Slip and fall accidents can occur due to a variety of reasons, such as spilled […]


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The Sommers Schwartz team fights harder and smarter when your future depends on crossing the goal line. Your future. Our fight. Sommers Schwartz. Detroit, MI (Law Firm Newswire) February 17, 2022 – Sommers Schwartz, a powerhouse litigation firm, has released a brand-new commercial that reminds viewers what it takes to be a champion in the courtroom year after year. Your future. Our fight. Sommers Schwartz. The team of nationally recognized lawyers at Sommers Schwartz fights for clients who have been seriously injured by others’ wrongful acts and negligence. The law firm has more than 45 years of experience handling personal […]


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San Francisco, CA (Law Firm Newswire) November 6, 2018 – Custom Legal Marketing has once again won a Gold MarCom award in recognition of a law firm website. The honor was awarded to San Francisco-based Custom Legal Marketing, an Adviatech company, in the Digital Media category for the website it designed and created for the Athens Georgia based law firm of Morgan & Morgan Attorneys at Law. The MarCom Awards honors excellence in marketing and communication while recognizing the creativity, hard work and generosity of industry professionals. Since its inception in 2004, MarCom has evolved into one of the largest, […]


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Chicago, IL (Law Firm Newswire) September 28, 2018 – The Illinois Supreme Court ruled that a woman who suffered multiple injuries after tripping over an uneven sidewalk could proceed to sue the city of Danville. Her case has been remanded to Vermilion County Circuit Court for trial. The justices issued a unanimous decision disagreeing with the city’s claim that it was immune from liability for the unrepaired sidewalk. They concluded that Danville had failed to prove it was protected by discretionary immunity. Such immunity is not absolute and is provided “in light of the particular facts and circumstances” of each […]


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