Yearly Archives: 2019

Home/2019
29 Mar, 2019

Implications of Social Media in Legal Disputes

2019-03-29T11:53:56-05:00Mar 29, 2019|Uncategorized|

Today, most Americans use some form of social media (whether it is Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Instagram ect). This trend is definitely growing. According to the Pew Research Center, in 2011, approximately half of all Americans used social media sites. Now, only a few years later, that number has increased to approximately 69%. In 2016, 86% [...]

21 Feb, 2019

Slip and Fall? What did you actually slip on?

2019-02-21T09:53:55-06:00Feb 21, 2019|Uncategorized|

In 2017, the Appellate Court decided the case of Allen v. Cam Girls LLC, 2017 IL App (1st) 163340 (Dec. 26, 2017). In the Allen case, the Plaintiff walked across a parking lot of a strip mall. There was snow and perhaps some ice. As she walked, she slipped and fell fracturing her ankle. At the [...]

7 Feb, 2019

Cost Transparency in Healthcare: Why does everything cost so much?

2019-02-07T14:48:58-06:00Feb 7, 2019|Blog Articles|

In 2016, an individual, on average, paid approximately $10,345.00 into the healthcare system. That means, in 2016, the United States spent approximately $3.35 trillion on healthcare expenditures. In fact, the United States spends more on healthcare than most other developed countries. While it is well documented that the United States is a country of spenders [...]

Go to Top