Learning that a medication you are using has been recalled can be frightening. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration oversees the safety of both prescription and over-the-counter drugs. It may recall a drug for a number of reasons. Some are potentially more serious than others. They include the following:
Our readers know only too well the number of commercial trucks on the roads in and around Chicago. Their sheer size and the potential toxicity of the loads that many of them are carrying increase the potential severity of an accident with them.
A 54-year-old Morton Grove man is facing a felony charge for a fatal hit-and-run accident involving a 25-year-old bicyclist. The accident occurred on the evening of July 13 at Pennsylvania Avenue and Algonquin Road in Des Plaines. Authorities say that the car involved in the accident is owned by the driver's employer, United Airlines.
If you've suffered a spinal cord injury in Illinois, it's very important to understand that there are a handful of secondary health issues that could crop up, all in relation to that injury. Even if you've been treated and your spine is healing correctly, these issues may occur, putting you back in the hospital. One of the most common ones to look out for is a blood clot.
When consumers purchase a product, they expect the product to work as expected and to not cause them harm. Unfortunately, there are instances when a product does cause an individual an injury or illness. Consumers have a right to seek compensation when they are injured by a defective product.