Watt Notice and Consent

NOTICE OF OPPORTUNITY TO JOIN LAWSUIT AGAINST FOX RESTAURANT VENTURE, LLC., FOX NC ACQUISITION, LLC, AND FOX SC ACQUISITION, LLC d/b/a “JIMMY JOHNS®” TO:     All individuals who are currently or were formally employed as salaried assistant store managers at any Jimmy John’s ® Sandwich Shop owned by Fox Restaurant Ventures, LLC, Fox NC Acquisitions, LLC … Continue reading Watt Notice and Consent

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Study: Surgery presents opportunity for medication errors too often

A recent study found that not only are medication errors during surgery common, but they are also highly preventable. Undergoing a surgical procedure in an Illinois hospital can be a stressful time for anyone. The fear that something could go wrong is often present, and for too many people, it becomes a reality. A recent … Continue reading Study: Surgery presents opportunity for medication errors too often

What to watch out for on IL roads this fall and winter

This fall and winter, it is important to recognize weather hazards and to drive accordingly. Dangerous conditions include rain, fog, snow and ice. The scenery across highways in Illinois during autumn and winter is known for being picturesque. However, foggy meadows and frost-covered trees also signal one of the most dangerous times of the year, … Continue reading What to watch out for on IL roads this fall and winter

What might be behind a medication error in Illinois?

Medication errors can lead to serious outcomes. Many times, they happen at the hands of doctors and medical personnel and could have been prevented. Much debate surrounds the term “medical error,” although some cases are clear-cut. For instance, a doctor amputating someone’s right leg when the left leg should have been taken off should normally … Continue reading What might be behind a medication error in Illinois?