Plaintiff was employed as a sales representative for Carevoyant’s medical software. He was terminated from his employment. At that time Plaintiff contended he was owed hundreds of thousands of dollars. The defense argued that Plaintiff had waited too long to bring his claims, so the statutes of limitations had passed and that the Plaintiff was… Read more »
Plaintiff purchased a new car from Orland Park Nissan that, unbeknown to her, was previously issued a salvage title. The dealership thought that the car had been stolen from the car lot so it made an insurance claim. The insurance company applied for a salvage title. Defendant then found the car on its lot. Defendant… Read more »
Date: January 2011 Summary: Plaintiff, a 63 year old teacher, contends that her contract was not renewed because of her age despite the fact that she had worked at the school for 14 years and her personnel file contained no unsatisfactory documents or evaluations. As proof she stated that another teacher, age 61, who had… Read more »
Verdict: 125,000 Date: December 2010 County: Cook Summary: Plaintiff cardiologist left his employment with his medical group. The medical group, per employment contract, was supposed to send a letter to all of Plaintiff’s patients informing them of his departure and how to contact him. The medical group failed to do this. Category: Breach of Contract,… Read more »
Date: February 2011 Verdict: $601,571 County: Cook PLTF Experts: James I. Daniel (Civil Engineer) and James A. Blackmore (Construction) DEF Experts: Norbert V. Krogstad (Architect), Daniel J. Dowell (Construction) and Meredith Miller (Document Examiner). Summary: Plaintiff sued Defendant for breach of construction contract. Subcontractor improperly applied masonry to the building resulting in extensive reconstruction costs… Read more »
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