Posted: July 16th, 2014
Summer across America heralds the celebration of our nation’s Independence and long days relaxing at the beach or poolside and grilling to our hearts content. The barbeque season should remind us how to be safe around open flames and hot embers. Children are taught from an early age to be extremely cautious around electrical sources and fire. Schools drive home the safety rules and local fire departments host ‘touch a truck’ events. Adults need to remember that the same rules apply to the use of fireworks. While many consider the effect of fireworks on family pets and animals, people do not always give thought to the proper way to use and view firecrackers.
Unfortunately, in all the revelry, common sense and safety often dissipate along with the smoke emanating from the seared steaks. Fires that spread from outdoor fire pits and rouge embers from a spent firecrackers can pose a massive hazard to residents, neighbors and guests. Fireworks displays at an event or in a backyard are potentially very dangerous. Illinois regulations regarding what type of firecrackers are permitted are in place to help prevent serious burns to users and spectators.
If you have been burned in a fireworks incident, it is best to contact a personal injury attorney to evaluate your rights. Medical costs are not easy bills to manage. If someone’s lack of care led to your injury, you may be able to recover compensation to assist you in your treatment and recovery.
The Office of the Illinois State Fire Marshall released statistics in 2013 summarizing the occurrence of injuries resulting from fireworks. Second degree burns were overwhelmingly the most common injury reported by hospitals treating victims. Burns can lead to permanent scarring, and the fingers and hands are the most vulnerable areas of the body. Eye injuries from foreign objects, which can lead to reduced visual ability and blindness were also reported. Hearing loss, amputations and even near fatal asthma attacks from the inhalation of firecracker contents and/or fumes have also been seen. Costs associated with the treatment of injuries as a result of fireworks has been estimated at one hundred million dollars a year.
The National Council on Fireworks Safety outlines recommendations for the responsible use of firecrackers, most notably:
- Always have an adult supervising;
- Keep a water supply nearby;
- The person lighting the fireworks should wear safety goggles;
- Spectators should sit a safe distance away;
- Only use firecrackers permitted by your town;
- Never relight a ‘dud’;
- Soak spent crackers in water overnight before adding to your regular garbage.
Noonan Perillo Ltd. have attorneys in Illinois who can litigate the letter of the law as thoroughly as possible. They understand that your rights to be protected against an unsafe condition are important. If an organization or homeowner has breached their duty of care owed to you, you deserve to be compensated for the costs involved in treating your injuries. Do not think twice. Explore your rights. Contact an attorney today.
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Posted: July 8th, 2014
Much of the anxiety for travelers is whether they are packing the right wardrobe for their destination, airport delays, rental cars and baggage limits. But an ongoing concern is airline safety. Are airlines maintaining their aircraft regularly? Are pilots continually being assessed for competency and wellbeing?
Recent international headlines have reminded passengers that there is no fail-safe equation for aircraft safety. Weather conditions, mechanical failure, pilot error and erratic passengers are all factors that could play out on your flight. According to Boeing, (the world’s largest aircraft manufacturer) there were 407 commercial jet accidents between 2003 and 2012 that resulted in 4,269 onboard fatalities. Specifically, crash landings among their worldwide jet fleet accounted for 706 fatalities alone.
When you or a family member has been involved in an airline accident, accountability must be levelled somewhere. The sheer size and nature of a plane with its fuel load and electrical components is a huge responsibility for the crew, and when disaster strikes, horrific scenes ensue. In a time of such tragedy, legal representation is important. An experienced attorney will work behind the scenes to fight for justice for your loved one to enable your family the time to cope with the loss or injury.
Domestic Flights and their Governing Bodies
Flights in American airspace are governed by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA). The FAA has rules and regulations governing various aspects of the airline industry including the conduct of airline pilots and flight and ground instructors.
In the event of an accident, the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) steps in to investigate make a determination as to cause.
International flights (and American domestic flights that have an international segment) may be governed by a different set of rules in the event an accident occurs overseas. The Montreal Convention (formerly known as the Warsaw Convention) governs compensation limits. The USA is a signatory to this convention.
An experienced attorney will be able to navigate through which rule of law applies to your case and what restrictions may exist. They will be able to determine financial compensation categories to strive for the maximum allowable for the loss or injury to your loved one.
Who can be Held Liable?
In order to bring a personal injury or wrongful death suit, the circumstances of the crash will reveal where liability may rest, including:
- The owner or manufacturer of the aircraft if there was a defective component on the aircraft that could have reasonably been detected and remedied;
- The airline or it’s insurer if pilot error is involved;
- Federal authorities, if regulations were insufficient to promote safe flying.
Seeking compensation in the case of airline accidents is an extremely intricate process. Noonan Perillo Ltd. have attorneys with the depth of knowledge and personal injury litigation experience to assist you in this trying time. Do not become overwhelmed by this often complicated legal process. Based in Lake County, Illinois, Noonan Perillo Ltd. offer representation in personal injury or wrongful death suits and should be your attorney of choice.
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Posted: June 25th, 2014
Many people consider bus transportation to be extremely safe. For the most part, today’s modern highways and bridges allow smooth journeys. Riding the bus means sharing the road with other vehicles, often large tractor trailers.
Everybody hopes that all drivers behind the wheel are experienced, rested, and able to competently complete their travel. Unfortunately, that is not always the case. Fatigued and impaired drivers can cause accidents and injuries. Side impacts and overturned buses are a scary prospect. If you or someone you know was hurt or killed as a result of a bus accident, it is your best interests to speak with an attorney to examine whether there may be compensation owed to you.
Every parent of a school aged child knows the level of excitement that comes with an impending field trip. But what if an educational day at the museum or zoo is ruined by a bus crash? Or if students on their way to or from school get in an accident? Students who have suffered life changing injuries, is a truly devastating experience for a parent. Even passengers with minor injuries and witnesses can be traumatized by such an event.
Safe driving is a huge responsibility, especially for drivers of vehicles that carry a large number of passengers. There is an expectation that there will be an alert and experienced driver and a well maintained bus. The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) oversees the rules and regulations regarding bus drivers. They provide several resources to aid drivers in carrying out their duties properly. School field trips come under the FMCSA jurisdiction.
What an Attorney can do for You
In the event your child is involved in a serious bus crash, dedicated legal counsel is important. An attorney with a wealth of experience in personal injury litigation will be able to assure you of a thorough investigation into the circumstances of the crash. Determining who is at fault helps pinpoint where compensation can be sought from. Questions to seek answers to, may include:
- Was the driver fatigued, under the influence or otherwise negligent?
- Did the bus company fail to maintain a road-worthy vehicle?
- Were there other vehicles involved in the crash whose drivers were responsible?
- Were the road conditions safe?
The Illinois law firm of Noonan Perillo Ltd. has over forty years of experience in personal injury litigation. They are precisely the team you need on your side to ‘fight the fight’ for your children.
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Posted: June 18th, 2014
Families opting for a family pet often gravitate towards dogs. Canine companionship brings a warm addition to families with children but for all their redeeming qualities, owners cannot always predict behavioral changes. Rates of dog bite attacks are prevalent and sadly more than half of victims are children. Seventy five percent of bites are usually from an animal living within the child’s neighborhood. One national insurer recently ranked Illinois as the State with the second highest frequency of dog bite attacks in the nation. Most of those attacks were at the jaws of the beloved family pet.
When a loved one has fallen victim to an attack by a dog and serious injuries ensue, contact a personal injury attorney who can fight on your behalf for the compensation you deserve.
Injuries and Death
The most common dog bite injuries are puncture and laceration wounds to the arms and hands. Legs and feet followed by the head and neck are the next most common location of attacks. The majority of injuries among children under 4 years old were to the head and neck region. This usually results in a tearing type of soft tissue injury. Reconstructive surgeons not only have to attempt a cosmetic resolution but also try and restore functionality to a seriously injured part of the neck or face. A dog bite attack can lead to scarring and infection especially if the wound is not treated promptly. It is easy to understand how these serious injuries can also lead to emotional distress.
Dog bites can also result in death. Statistics from DogsBite.org, show that multiple fatalities occur each year and that pit bulls and rottweilers accounted for eighty one percent of the total recorded deaths in 2013.
A. Pet Owners:
For owners, the key is responsible dog ownership and a common sense approach. Ownership must not be taken lightly. It is a huge responsibility, and because an owner knows the temperament of their dog, does not mean a stranger will.
The American Veterinary Medical Association recommends tips for dog owners to reduce the risk of their pet lashing out.
- Obedience training can help an owner maintain a level of control;
- Dogs should be kept in another room when people visit a home. Dogs are naturally very territorial and when they sense someone encroaching on their land, they often want to defend it;
- Spaying or neutering dogs can prevent them from roaming.
B. Avoiding or minimizing an attack:
- Because children are often the victims of an attack by a dog, adult supervision is crucial. Never leave a baby or small child alone with a dog and avoid approaching a strange dog. Before getting up close and personal with a dog to pet it, ask the owner first and let the animal see and sniff you first for familiarization;
- A dog’s natural instinct is to chase and catch, so avoid running by a dog;
- If you feel an attack might be imminent, stay calm, look away and try to slowly edge away. If possible, put an object between you and the dog;
- If you get knocked down, curl into a ball and try your best to protect your face with your hands.
If a dog bite has happened to you or someone you know, separate yourself from the situation right away, take note of when and where the attack took place and seek medical attention immediately. Inform police and contact a personal injury attorney in Lake County, Illinois who can assess the circumstances surrounding the attack. If you can prove that you were bitten and injured by a dog, you may have a case. You may be able to successfully receive a legal settlement for your injuries and costs.
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Posted: June 5th, 2014
Distracted drivers. Poor road conditions. Unforeseen circumstances. People encounter hazardous scenarios every day. A trip to the grocery store is no exception. In the supermarket parking lot, most people are cautious. But indoors, dangers could be lurking. While you are browsing the aisles and checking off your shopping list, the store should concurrently be maintaining their premises to ensure safety for patrons and employees. Extensive products, fresh produce, and clean and stocked shelves encourage customer loyalty. But a store’s behind the scenes maintenance is crucial for efficient and safe shopping conditions.
The most common reasons for slips and falls in stores are wet or oily floors. Slippery surfaces can arise from recently mopped or waxed floors or from spilled liquids. It is recommended by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration that retailers have guidelines to monitor store conditions for the well-being of their employees. If they fail in their duty to provide the same standard of care to customers, the store may be liable. An attorney experienced in slip and fall litigation can determine if a personal injury claim can be filed.
The National Floor Safety Institute states that falls are the leading reason people visit hospital emergency rooms. Specifically, slips and falls account for over one million of those visits. 22 percent of slip and fall incidents resulted in more than 31 days away from work. The most serious injuries suffered are usually broken bones and head and spinal injuries. The elderly are especially susceptible to serious injuries from these types of falls.
Other circumstances that can led to a slip and fall include:
- A pool of water accumulated from a leaking refrigerator or freezer;
- A store employee leaving product remnants on the floor after stocking shelves;
- Produce lying on the floor that the store should have noticed;
- Liquid from a punctured grocery item leaking onto the floor.
The ubiquitous yellow “Caution: Wet floor” signs cordoning off a certain area inside a store are an obvious warning for customers that a precarious condition exists. Property owners are obligated to notify customers of these conditions and clean up spills in a timely manner. Illinois case law has discussed this issue. The courts have held that a business owner is deemed to have ‘constructive notice’ of a substance on a floor when it could have reasonably been discovered by regular inspections. If there was sufficient time for them to notice the offending condition and no action was taken to rectify it, they can be held liable for a customer’s injuries.
If you have been seriously injured in a slip and fall in a grocery store, you should:
- Notify the store management;
- Obtain potential witness information;
- File a police report;
- Seek medical attention immediately;
- Contact an attorney if the store is not co-operating with you. You may be entitled to compensation for medical costs, lost wages, and legal fees.
If you have been injured in an Illinois supermarket, you need the services of an experienced personal injury lawyer. Turn to Noonan Perillo Ltd. for the help you need.
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Posted: May 30th, 2014
The concept of ‘Big Brother’ has permeated into everyday life. Almost every action – or inaction, has the potential to be captured on film. There is no better proof than video evidence. In today’s world, it seems anyone has the ability to film everyday events openly or subversively. At the nexus of filming, is a subject’s right to privacy. This has been a leading concern in the State of Illinois, and why legislation allowing video surveillance in nursing homes, has been stalled. The question is, does this mean incidents of abuse and neglect are continuing at disturbing rates? The research shows just that, and sadly, many cases go unreported.
Nursing homes are a popular choice that many American families make for the care of their older relatives. Families entrust their vulnerable loved ones’ into these institutions, to fulfill specialized medical needs. When there is a failure to provide adequate care, you need an attorney with Nursing Home Negligence litigation experience. Noonan Perillo Ltd. can help.
Currently, there are about 3.2 million citizens in nursing homes across the country.
According to the National Center on Elder Abuse, one major study showed 44 percent of residents had suffered some kind of abuse and 95% had experienced some kind of neglect or witnessed neglect of a fellow resident.
The numbers in Illinois are equally as disturbing. In fact, the Families for Better Care ranked Illinois as the “bottom of the barrel” when it came to national standings.
The problem can be two-fold:
- Abuse or neglect creating a dire situation for a patient’s well-being, resulting in serious injury or death. Typical physical manifestations of abuse and neglect are bed sores, broken bones from a fall if unsupervised, dehydration and malnutrition.
- Mistreatment of a patient for financial gain.
Legislation on the Horizon
In 2003, a bill was introduced in Illinois, which amongst other provisions, would have allowed electronic monitoring in nursing home rooms. These recordings would help in determining if a resident was a victim of abuse or neglect. The bill was unsuccessful. The two primary areas nursing homes challenged this, were based on the expectation of privacy of residents and employees, and the impact on facilities retaining or acquiring capable staff.
However, the tide has changed, and Illinois is now taking note of other States around the country that are currently considering legislation allowing the use of video surveillance in nursing homes.
An example of this shift occurred in March of this year, when the Illinois Supreme Court struck down long standing legislation that made a recorded verbal communication between parties- without everyone’s consent, illegal. While state legislators figure out how to fashion new laws balancing privacy concerns with the benefits of sound recordings in criminal cases, these sound bytes could speak volumes if allowed in a nursing home setting.
Families must continue to be vigilant about their relatives in the care of a nursing home. The elderly are a vulnerable population susceptible to illness and slower recovery times. If you suspect a loved one has been mistreated in an Illinois nursing home, contact Noonan Perillo Ltd. This type of litigation is a significant practice area. We can assist you in determining if you have rights.
Author: Staff Writer | Filed under: Lake County personal injury attorney, Lake County personal injury lawyer, Nursing Home Abuse, Nursing Home Negligence | Tags: elder abuse, Illinois injury lawyer, Illinois personal injury attorney, Nursing Home Abuse, nursing home negligence, nursing homes, privacy, video surveillance, your rights | No Comments »
Posted: May 28th, 2014
Nowadays, families are taking a greater interest in natural options for their health and wellbeing. With illness so prevalent, families are choosing to approach life decisions in a more holistic manner. When it comes to childbirth, many mothers wanting a familiar and comfortable experience with fewer medical interventions, favor a home birth over one in a traditional hospital setting. According to latest statistics from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the number of home births nationwide increased 29 percent from 2004 to 2009.
Despite advancements in the understanding of medical conditions and treatment, patients opting for a home birth still face unexpected traumatic situations. A study in the American Journal of Obstetrics & Gynecology found “that babies born at home were roughly 10 times as likely to be stillborn and almost four times as likely to have neonatal seizures or serious neurologic dysfunction when compared to babies born in hospitals”
The attorneys at Noonan Perillo Ltd. understand that in cases of medical malpractice resulting in the death or irreversible harm to a family member, you deserve effective representation. If a medical professional breached their duty to provide proper care to a patient in a home birth, an attorney can fight for your rights.
Lawful home births in Illinois are those that only allow medical doctors and Certified Nurse Midwives to deliver babies. But a bill before the Illinois General Assembly could extend that ability to Certified Professional Midwives. This could mean a noticeable increase in the opportunity for home births. It will be more important than ever, that newly licensed professional adhere to the standards of care required, and know when to make the vital decision to seek additional services for medical issues beyond their capacity.
In addition to stillborn births, other common complications during homebirth caused by prolonged labor and delivery and/or (in)action by medical staff, can cause:
- Respiratory issues/oxygen deprivation to a baby which can cause death or lead to severe neurological outcomes and other significant developmental impairment;
- Looped umbilical cords causing distress to the baby.
- Life threatening issues for the mother, such as hemorrhaging or an issue with the placenta.
With the absence of resources that would be readily available in a hospital, a failure to seek additional treatment, could affect the long term quality of life of a child or mother.
There is no worse scenario imaginable for families, than injury or death of a child.
When trusted medical professionals fail to provide competent care, there must be accountability. If your baby suffered a birth defect or died because of negligent medical care, contact a personal injury attorney in Illinois, committed to representing you in recovering compensation for what may have been an avoidable tragedy.
Author: Staff Writer | Filed under: Lake County personal injury attorney, Lake County personal injury lawyer, Medical Care | Tags: CDC, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, childbirth, holistic, home birth, hospital, medical, neglience | No Comments »
Posted: May 15th, 2014
With warmer weather luring riders onto their motorcycles again, Illinois officials have begun promoting motorcycle safety in order to prevent motorcycle accidents across the state.
The “Gear Up – Ride Smart” campaign kicked off on April 1, and urges motorcyclists to follow standard safety procedures as they take to the roads. Although only three percent of vehicle registrations in Illinois are motorcycles, motorcycle deaths make up more than 15 percent of all vehicle fatalities in the state, with half of these involving only the cyclist. Unfortunately, many of these accidents can be prevented by following a few simple safety procedures:
- Wear bright, visible clothing or a safety vest;
- Flash brake lights when slowing and stopping;
- Be careful to stay out of other vehicles’ blind spots when stopped at intersections or when passing;
- Maintain a safe following distance of at least two seconds in dry conditions, and a minimum of five seconds in poor weather.
Motorcyclists should also perform a simple pre-ride inspection before every trip to ensure all blinkers and lights are working properly. You should also ensure that your motorcycle is always properly maintained with the correct amount of fluids, proper oil changes, and adequate and proper tires before riding on the road.
Though other drivers need to be aware of cyclists on the road, it pays to be hyper-vigilant and aware of the vehicles around you to ensure that you are safe. If it has been awhile since your last ride, it may be worth checking into a motorcycle safety refresher course offered in your area.
Unfortunately, not every driver is careful to remain aware of motorcycle riders on the road. If you or someone you know has been seriously injured as a result of an accident while riding a motorcycle, you may be entitled to compensation. Contact the experienced personal injury attorneys at Noonan Perillo, Ltd. We can advise you of the best way to proceed with your case and ensure you receive any funds you are entitled to.
Author: Staff Writer | Filed under: Lake County personal injury attorney, Lake County personal injury lawyer, Motorcycle Safety, Personal Injury | Tags: accident, attorney, driving safety, Illinois personal injury attorney, Illinois personal injury lawyer, injury, Lake County Personal Injury Attorney, motorcycle accident, motorcycle safety | No Comments »
Posted: May 9th, 2014
Marijuana is being legalized state-by-state across the country, but this may have serious consequences on traffic safety according to a new study. This new research indicates that fatal car crashes involving cannabis have tripled during the past 10 years.
According to researchers from Columbia University’s Mailman School of Public Health, one in every nine drivers who were involved in a fatal car accident tested positive for marijuana. This data was taken from six states that perform toxicology tests on drivers who have been involved in fatal car accidents, and included more than 23,500 fatal accidents from 1999 to 2010. States included in the study were California, Hawaii, Illinois, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, and West Virginia.
The statistics also indicated that drug-related crashes played an increasing role in the traffic deaths. In 2010, drug-related crashes made up 28 percent of fatalities due to vehicle accidents, an increase of 16 percent from 1999. Marijuana was indicated as the main drug involved in the increase, accounting for only 4 percent of crashes in 1999 but increasing to 12 percent by 2010.
Study authors pointed out that alcohol accounted for about 40 percent of all vehicle fatalities, and that the combined use of marijuana and alcohol dramatically increased the risk of death. In fact, co-author Dr. Guohua Li, director of the Center for Injury Epidemiology and Prevention at Columbia, when a driver was under the influence of both substances increased their risk of a fatal crash by 24 times that of a sober driver.
If you or someone you know has suffered a serious injury or died as a result of an accident involving marijuana use, you may be entitled to have your medical expenses or other needs covered. Contact a qualified Illinois personal injury attorney today for a consultation on your case. We can help ensure that you receive any funds that you are entitled to.
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Posted: May 6th, 2014
In today’s world, many states are facing increased urbanization and ongoing infrastructure upgrades. This need continues to buoy the building industry and construction sites have become a part of everyday day life. These sites often have significant areas where excavation work is being carried out. Workers digging in trenches beneath ground level, face potential trenching hazards. These workers risk electrocution from underground power lines, toxic fumes from gas leaks, injury from machinery, and most significantly, a potentially fatal “cave-in,” from surrounding soil collapsing around them. Excavation fatalities occur at a far higher rate than those from general construction work.
In the event of catastrophic injuries suffered in an excavation, it is imperative that you immediately contact a personal injury attorney at Noonan Perillo Ltd. An experienced attorney will explore all avenues to establish what compensation may be due to you or your family.
The first area to consider is employee rights under workers’ compensation provisions. Employees injured while at work in the State of Illinois are covered by the Workers’ Compensation Act. The Act authorizes the Illinois Workers’ Compensation Commission (IWCC) to require employers to pay benefits to workers or their family. Benefits are based on the severity of the injuries—no matter who is at fault. This financial aid can provide for:
- Medical costs;
- Disability allowances;
- Rehabilitative assistance if the employee cannot return to the same job; or,
- In the case of death, a survivors benefit.
Sometimes companies run the risk of by-passing safety protocols for trench workers, in the interests of project deadlines or to avoid additional expense. A second area an attorney may be able to investigate reaches beyond the immediate employer to others involved in the project, such as project managers or engineers. They may also be liable for failing to provide information and tools that could have prevented a trenching injury.
The Occupational Safety & Health Administration (OSHA), in accordance with U.S. Labor Laws mandated in the State of Illinois, recently cited an excavation company for violating the necessary safeguards for their trench workers. OSHA fined the company for:
- Failing to provide cave-in protection for workers;
- Failing to provide a ladder for quick escape in the event of a collapse;
- Not providing the necessary support at the curb to prevent an inward collapse; and
- Not providing workers with “high visibility” vests, so traffic nearby was aware of their presence.
OSHA quoted in that case, 30 deaths had occurred nationwide in 2013 as a result of trenching hazards.
If you have been a victim of an excavation accident and suffered serious injuries, or your family member died from catastrophic injuries from a trenching hazard in the State of Illinois, is it vital that you seek the advice of experienced Illinois personal injury attorneys, who can fight to ensure a fair future for you and your family.
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