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Bennett Hosts Interactive Webinar Regarding Tort Liability for Drowning

  Shareholder, David Bennett, recently hosted an interactive webinar titled, Tort Liability for Drowning: Wrongful Death, Personal Injury, Defenses.  David taught strategies to defend drowning and swimming injury cases.  His co-faculty member for this 90 minute webinar was plaintiff’s attorney Douglas J. McCarron, partner at The Haggard Law Firm, Corel Gables, Florida.  Access the course …

November 2019 | Firm News

Henry and Luzynczyk Serve as Faculty Members for 2019 IDC Deposition Academy

  Pretzel & Stouffer partners, Brian Henry and Sommer Luzynczyk, recently served as faculty members at the 2019 Illinois Defense Counsel Deposition Academy in Naperville. The IDC Deposition Academy is designed for defense lawyers to obtain intensive practice experience in the skills and techniques of taking depositions. In addition to serving as faculty members, Brian …

November 2019 | Firm News

Tolling the Statute of Limitations for the Legally Disabled

  Alex Beehler recently wrote an article regarding the statute of limitations as it applies to the legally disabled.  Alex is an associate who uses his knowledge of the Illinois court system and refined writing skills to passionately advocate for his clients. In Zayed v. Clark Manor Convalescent Center, Inc., the Illinois Appellate Court First …

November 2019 | Firm News

No Exception for Mental Health Records for Claimed Neurological Injury

  Kayla Condeni, whose practice focuses on medical malpractice matters, explains the First’s District’s holding in Sparger v. Yamini. The First District of the Appellate Court of Illinois recently held in Sparger v. Yamini, 2019 IL App (1st), 180566, that where a plaintiff claims a neurological brain injury, rather than a psychological injury, the plaintiff …

October 2019 | Firm News