Keating Law Offices, P.C., a Chicago, Illinois law firm, filed a lawsuit in the Circuit Court of Cook County – Law Division on behalf of a Chicago bicyclist who was seriously injured as a result of being struck by a Chicago…more
Keating Law Offices has announced the hiring of Alexander Loftus, one of Chicago’s top young plaintiff’s lawyers. The firm now has three attorneys and a large support staff led by managing partner Mike Keating. The firm says…more
Appellate Brief filed in the Third District of Illinois regarding the duties of consulting physicians who treat a patient remotely…more
Wilkins v. Superior Ambulance et. al.
Amicus Brief seeking to limit applicability of the immunity provision of the Emergency Medical Services System Act.
The trial court’s interpretation of the Emergency Medical Services System Act, (hereinafter “EMSS…more
FICHERA & MILLER ASSOCIATE, ALEXANDER LOFTUS, NAMED TO RISING STARS LIST OF TOP ATTORNEYS IN ILLINOIS…more
NURSING HOME IGNORES PRIAPISM FOR FOUR DAYS RESULTING IN PERMANENT INJURY, RESIDENT EVENTUALLY DIES FROM NEGLECT
December 19, 2012, Chicago, IL: Chicago personal injury attorneys, Alexander Loftus of Fichera & Miller and…more
November 13, 2012, Chicago, IL: Chicago personal injury attorney, Alexander Loftus of Fichera & Miller filed a lawsuit today against United Air Lines and Air Serv for mistreating a paralyzed veteran.
On November 19, 2010…more
United States Supreme Court denies petition by Chicago personal injury attorneys, Fichera & Miller, seeking to overturn the 60- year-old Feres Doctrine and preserve the rights of servicemembers and veterans…more
On Monday, January 23, 2012 I am filing a petition for certiorari seeking to refine or overturn the Feres doctrine. Over the last 60 years the Feres doctrine – a judicial interpretation of the Federal Tort Claims Act - has been…more
January 23, 2012, Chicago, IL: Chicago personal injury attorneys, Fichera & Miller, call upon the United States Supreme Court to overturn the 60- year-old Feres Doctrine and preserve the rights of servicemembers and…more
On December 1, 2011 Chicago Personal Injury Attorneys, Dominic
Fichera and Alexander Hattimer of Fichera & Miller, P.C. settled a personal injury case for $750,000 where plaintiff’s total medical bills as a result of the…more
The 7th Circuit denied Purcell's Petition for rehearing this morning without the justices even voting on the issue.
The 7th Circuit has made it abundantly clear that it does not care that the Feres doctrine is devolving into…more
Today I am asking the 7th Circuit to rehear a case en banc (all judges in circuit hear the case together) that effects the rights of all servicemembers in Illinois, Indiana, and Wisconsin.
On August 23, 2011 the 7th Circuit…more
Dram Shop and wrongful death complaint filed in Cook County…more
Reply brief suggesting new test to apply the Feres doctrine and asking 7th Circuit to consider original intent of FTCA…more
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