Howard Ankin

Howard Ankin Wins Case Before Illinois Appellate Court

In June I argued before the Illinois Appellate Court the case of Smart vs. Central Grocers on behalf of a claimant who suffered a workplace injury. I am very happy to report the success of this case as it has widespread…more
| Worker’s Compensation

Proving Your Case: Important Documents For Accident Victims

A lawyer for a car accident claim needs to properly document medical care and prove pain and suffering to justify a fair award. The sooner the victim begins collecting the documents, the better…more
| Personal Injury

Colleges Hid Sports Brain Injury Risks

Four class action complaints claim that three different college athletic conferences, along with the NCAA did an inadequate job protecting football players from injury. In recent years, the danger posed by certain sports for…more
| Personal Injury

Boating Accidents Grow More Serious On Area Lakes

High temperatures and low gas prices contributed to a rise in the number of boaters on area lakes in recent years, and the number of boating related accidents increased accordingly. Victims of boating accidents sought an injury…more
| Personal Injury

Dangerous Days for Teen Drivers

As the summer is starting and school is letting out, more and more teens are on the road. Those first summer days – one hundred days specifically – after Memorial Day weekend happen to be the most dangerous days for teen…more
| Personal Injury

Prescribing Pain

Each year more than 1.25 million Americans suffer from medication errors made by physicians, hospitals, and pharmacies. With the rise in the number of Americans taking prescriptions, the number of errors will only continue to…more
| Professional Malpractice

How To Reduce Late Night Car Crashes

Late night car crashes will happen but increasing the available lighting can reduce the number of late night car crashes. There are generally a variety of reasons for late night car crashes. However, one of the most common…more
| Personal Injury

Meatpacking – The Hidden Dangers

The Bureau of Labor Statistics has called meatpacking the most dangerous industry in the country, resulting in illnesses and injuries to over 40,000 workers each year. With such a high risk of illness and injury to workers, a…more
| Worker’s Compensation

Rage on the Roads

From 2004 to 2013, the number of deaths attributed to accidents where road rage or aggressive driving was involved has risen by nearly 1,000 percent from 26 to 247 deaths. Data collected by the National Highway Traffic Safety…more
| Personal Injury

Illinois Aims to Reduce Workers’ Comp to Help State Economy”

Governor Bruce Rauner is looking to reduce the cost of doing business in Illinois by cutting back on workers’ compensation and unemployment insurance, among other initiatives. The efforts are a part of his Turnaround Agenda, a…more
| Worker’s Compensation

Stricter distracted driving laws: Will they make Chicago’s streets safer?

Back in 2014, changes made to legislation in Illinois made it illegal to drive while using any type of hand-held cell phone. Whether for texting or making phone calls, cell phones have since been banned in the hands of drivers…more
| Personal Injury

U.S. Department of Transportation says summer driving is high risk

The U.S. Department of Transportation cautions that summer months account for a higher number of auto accidents and traffic fatalities than most other times of the year. While the Thanksgiving long weekend is statistically the…more
| Personal Injury

What you don’t know about motor vehicle crash deaths in Illinois

It is not uncommon to hear about wrecks occurring every day on the local news. The majority of the time, the news will give you related traffic reports and maybe a little bit of information relating to injuries or deaths from…more
| Personal Injury

Summer Ushers In Car Accident Season in the United States

Just as the news highlights the massive increase in air travel during the summer months, the same can be expected of traveling by vehicle. This undoubtedly means more accidents on the road and more injuries as a natural result…more
| Personal Injury

Why Cars Crash

The Study - A 2015 study, from the U.S. Department of Transportation, has revealed that drivers are responsible for roughly 94% of motor vehicle crashes. From the middle of 2005 through the end of 2007, the National Highway…more
| Personal Injury
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