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Illinois attorney Bob Edens has gotten millions of dollars for his clients and will do everything in his power to ensure that you get the money you deserve for your personal injuries. In the drop down list you can select The Law Offices of Robert T. Edens, P.C. and see just some of the cases that Bob has handled over the past.
Bob’s client was traveling on route 173 in Antioch, Illinois when she was in an auto accident which sandwiched her vehicle between two others. Suffering both neck and wrist injuries requiring surgery and physical therapy, she was left holding the bag when the “at fault driver” was uninsured and her own insurance company was giving her the run around, refusing to pay.
Arm Injuries, Car Accidents, Cervical Spine/Neck Injuries, Rear-End Collision, The Law Offices of Robert T. Edens, P.C., Uninsured - Under Insured Motorist,
Plaintiffs were on their way to a White Sox game when they became stuck in traffic. Defendant cab driver was unable to stop in time and rear-ended the plaintiff's car. Plaintiff driver suffered soft tissue injuries to his lower back, a bulging disc at L4-5 and radiating pain. Plaintiff passenger sustained a severe disc bulge at C6-7 with radicular symptoms to his arms and legs, requ...
Car Accidents, Cervical Spine/Neck Injuries, Mid Back Injuries, Rear-End Collision,
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Plaintiff was an employee at Olson Rug Company when he was injured at work. When he informed his supervisor of his injury he was written up later that day. When he informed his supervisor that he wanted to file a Workers’ Compensation Claim, he was fired. Defendant disputed Plaintiff account of the acci...
Other, Statutory Actions, Workers Compensation/Work Injuries,
Plaintiff was chased by Chicago police, arrested, and charged with delivery of narcotics. During his apprehension, he sustained an injury to his finger allegedly caused by police stomping on his hand. Defendant contended that Plaintiff was properly arrested and prosecuted, that he injured his finger while fleeing from police, and that he was given proper medical care for his finger. ...
Hand Injuries, Statutory Actions,
Dexter Haynes was admitted to Ingalls Memorial Hospital with a perforated appendix which required urgent surgical intervention. Mr. Haynes had a long history of heart problems including cardiomyopathy, congestive heart failure, and the implantation of a pacemaker. The appendectomy surgery was successful but when the anesthesiologist extubated the patient 45 minutes postoperatively, his ox...
Cardiac, Internal Injuries, Medical Malpractice,
Chicago Police came to a family owned and occupied apartment building to execute a search warrant. Plaintiff contended that the nine Defendant officers illegally entered the residence, illegally searched their second floor apartment, arrested and/or seized each of them in the second floor apartment, seized money from their apartment and filed a false drug charge against Plaintiff Anthony Sipp.&...
Carrie Vaughn, age 77, underwent a percutaneous biopsy of three right axillary lymph nodes at West Suburban Hospital. Carrie then developed a hematoma from bleeding at the site of the third lymph node and she was transferred to the emergency room and then to ICU for monitoring. When told that she may require additional surgery, Carrie and her daughter refused. Carrie’s vitals cont...
Medical Malpractice, Other,
Claudia Calcagno delivered her first child at Monticello Big Lake Hospital. She developed a postpartum hemorrhage and she bled to death hours later when her physicians were unable to perform emergency surgery because the rural community hospital apparently did not have an adequate supply of blood available. However it was later discovered that the hospital had the blood that could have sa...
Medical Malpractice, Other,
Plaintiffs claimed that there roof was damaged by hail damage in the amount of $10,000. The defense contended that the residence did not sustain hail damage, but rather the roof needed to be replaced due to deterioration from age over the course of time.
Verdict: Not Guilty
Category: Insurance Contract...
Plaintiff restaurant owner was driving on Interstate 90 when Defendant rear-ended her vehicle. Plaintiff contended she developed immediate neck pain, and claimed she has permanent neck pain, associated headaches, and range of motion limitations in her cervical spine. Defendant disputed the extent of Plaintiff's injuries.
Verdict: $12,930 ($7,500 past medical expenses; $430 past LT;...
Car Accidents, Cervical Spine/Neck Injuries, Rear-End Collision,