Katz, Friedman, Eagle, Eisenstein, Johnson & Bareck

Caps on damages remain an open question in medical malpractice cases

Caps on non-economic damages from malpractice suits remain an issue for the courts to decide, which complicates understanding your rights even more. There are still questions about whether Tennessee’s laws concerning caps…more
| Constitutional Law, Professional Malpractice

A Missed PTSD Diagnosis can Lead to Tragedy

Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) can negatively impact every aspect of an individual’s life. While many people are aware that PTSD can emerge following battlefield exposure, few are aware that car accidents, medical trauma,…more
| Personal Injury

Car Seats Save Lives

Children are a precious asset that rely on their parents for protection and support. Every time they get into a car, they expect that they will get to their destination without incident or injury. Unfortunately, that is not…more
| Personal Injury

Autonomous Vehicle Bill Passes Tennessee Senate

A new bill in Tennessee seeks to reduce the frequency and severity of car accidents with the expansion of smart car technology.Nashville, TN – April 22, 2016—This month, Tennessee became the first state in the nation to legally…more
| Elections & Politics, Personal Injury, Science, Computers, & Technology

Rail Crossings Need Safety Review

The average locomotive weighs 200 tons. The average passenger car weighs less than 2 tons. When the two collide, it’s not hard to understand the dangers weight, momentum, and inertia will have on the average family sedan. For…more
| Personal Injury

Hidden Defects Linked to Small Plane Crashes

Over the last few decades, close to 50,000 people have died in helicopter and small plane crashes in the U.S. This is almost ten times the number of people killed in major airline crashes. In addition, thousands of people suffer…more
| Personal Injury

Number of Airline Accidents Dropped in 2015

It is common for those who need to travel by airplane to be concerned about their safety while up in the air. With worries ranging from mechanical failures to terrorism, fliers have a right to be concerned. However, there is…more
| Personal Injury, Transportation

Chicago Auto Accident Lawyer Offers Praise for Emergency Braking Initiative

Following an announcement by twenty automakers, the auto accident lawyers at Katz, Friedman, Eagle, Eisenstein, Johnson & Bareck are hailing the initiative as one of the biggest breakthroughs in automotive safety in recent…more
| Personal Injury, Science, Computers, & Technology

Musculoskeletal Pain and Baggage Handlers

Airplane workers, especially baggage handlers are at continued risk for injuries because of the nature of their work. With constant repetitive movements, such as kneeling, bending and lifting, baggage handlers are prone to…more
| Transportation, Worker’s Compensation

New Safety Technology Protects Drivers

Over the last decade, auto safety has evolved from basic safety features like seat belt warning signals and child safety locks to high-tech safety features that are preventing accidents and protecting drivers. As auto safety…more
| Personal Injury, Science, Computers, & Technology

Hit and Run Accidents on the Rise

Over the last few years, hit and run auto accidents have been on the rise. Since 2009, there has been a 14 percent increase in fatalities caused by hit and run accidents across the country. They create especially dangerous…more
| Personal Injury

Injury and Illness Rates among Flight Attendant Keep Soaring

Flight attendants deal with a variety of stressful situations on the job. From demanding adults to airsick children, they must  resolve conflicts and find creative solutions to keep passengers safe in the air and satisfied with…more
| Worker’s Compensation

Know Your Rights in the Case of an Aviation Accident

An Air Passenger’s Rights Individuals board a plane without the knowledge of the rights that they have. In the event of an unexpected air crash, it pays to know what legal actions can be done in order to keep a passenger…more
| Personal Injury, Transportation

Top 10 Leading Causes of Disabling Workplace Injuries

A 2016 Workplace Safety Index published by Liberty Mutual Research Institute found that United States employers paid out approximately $62 billion for their employees’ disabling nonfatal workplace injuries during 2013. This…more
| Worker’s Compensation

Workers Rights & Safety in Jeopardy

Legislatures across the country are eagerly making changes to workers’ compensation programs that will have a negative impact on workers’ rights and their ability to receive quality care and treatment for work-related injuries…more
| Worker’s Compensation
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