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Attorney Josh Humbrecht Featured in Leading Lawyers Magazine

Category: Illinois Personal Injury Lawyers

Attorney Josh Humbrecht Featured in Leading Lawyers Magazine


Attorney Josh Humbrecht Featured in Leading Lawyers Magazine Partner Josh Humbrecht was recently featured in Leading Lawyers magazine as an Emerging Lawyer. As the youngest of four siblings, Josh Humbrecht had to learn how to defend himself early in life. Josh is quoted in the article as saying that he loves the plaintiff’s side of personal injury, as …

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Nobody Likes Trial Lawyers (Until They Need One)

Category: Illinois Personal Injury Lawyers

Nobody Likes Trial Lawyers (Until They Need One)


Nobody Likes Trial Lawyers (Until They Need One) Nobody likes trial lawyers until they need one. Then, we become weapons. Business people sometimes joke with each other, saying, “My lawyer can beat your lawyer.” It might be funny but it’s no joke. In the general public’s view, we are the weapons of the ruling class. Weapons with which to devasta …

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Top Ten OSHA Citations of 2016: A Starting Point for Workplace Safety

Category: Work Injuries

Top Ten OSHA Citations of 2016: A Starting Point for Workplace Safety


  Top 10 OSHA Citation of 2016 Fall Protection Hazard communication Scaffolds Respiratory protection Lockout/tagout Powered industrial trucks Ladders Machine guarding Electrical wiring Electrical, general requirements Georgia textile, plastic recycler faces nearly $318K in fines after continuing to expose workers …

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Many Nursing Homes Continue to Strip New Residents of their Right to a Day in Court

Category: Nursing Home Abuse Lawsuits

Many Nursing Homes Continue to Strip New Residents of their Right to a Day in Court


Many Nursing Homes Strip New Residents of their Right to a Day in Court This past Fall, 2016, the federal centers for Medicare & Medicaid services (CMS) issued a new rule that would prevent most nursing homes and other long-term care facilities from using forced arbitration to strip new residents of their right, to file lawsuits against these compan …

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