Monthly Archives: November 2007
Mrs. G. versus Car Owner and Insurance Company. Client was rear-ended by adverse driver. Client suffered neck injury which necessitated neck surgery.
In the summer of 2007, Mr. D retained the firm for assistance with his custody, parenting time and child support issues he was currently facing. He was never married to his ex-girlfriend, but they had two very young children together. … Continue reading
Van Driver on Cell Phone Broadsides Car: Negligent Operation of Vehicle Nets 4.1 Million Dollar Settlement
In the recent Illinois case of Barnes v. Svec, III., the Circuit Court took a dim view of a defendant driver who was not paying attention while on his cell phone. Barnes, 71, was driving her car when a van … Continue reading
A law giving grandparents visitation rights in divorce cases doesn’t allow them to block a custodial parent form moving out of the state, taking the child along, the state Court Of Appeals ruled Tuesday. In a unanimous decision, the judges … Continue reading