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Cogan & Power Recent Blogs

When Can Punitive Damages Be Awarded?
August 28, 2014
Punitive damages – unlike compensatory damage – are not intended to make the plaintiff whole for his or her injuries ...
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When to Hire a Lawyer after a Car Accident
August 27, 2014
If you were injured in a car accident, you may be wondering whether you should hire a lawyer or not. […] ...
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What Is Informed Consent?
August 26, 2014
The failure to obtain informed consent for medical treatment or procedure can give rise to a medical malpractice claim i ...
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Is Your Patient Confidentiality At Risk?
August 25, 2014
Doctors and hospitals have an obligation to maintain doctor-patient confidentiality. This professional duty of doctor-pa ...
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When Trucking Companies Hire Dangerous Drivers
August 24, 2014
Trucking companies are responsible for the conduct of the truck drivers that they employ. Unfortunately, some trucking c ...
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Illinois Cracks Down on Trucking Company Violations
August 23, 2014
In an effort to make Chicago area roads safer, Illinois State Police joined 15 other states to increase enforcement of [ ...
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10 Things that Could Improve Trucking Safety
August 22, 2014
At Cogan & Power, P.C., we are dedicated to protecting the rights of trucking accident victims and putting unsafe an ...
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An Alarming Recent Surge in Trucking Accidents
August 21, 2014
An eye-opening investigative report on CNBC indicates an alarming trend in the trucking industry – a surge in trucking ...
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How Medical Malpractice Damage Caps Are Hurting Patients
August 05, 2014
Medical malpractice laws are designed to hold negligent doctors and hospitals accountable for the injuries and deaths th ...
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If you have been injured in a personal injury or medical malpractice accident, do not hesitate to contact the Chicago accident and injury law firm of Cogan & Power at (312) 477-2500 to schedule a free case consultation, so that we can help you begin the process of recovery as soon as possible. If you cannot come to our offices in downtown Chicago, we will come to you. And because we take cases on a contingency basis, you will not pay any fee unless we get you compensation.