Blog Posts in October, 2014

  • Thomas M. Power Files Complaint in O' Hare Bus Crash

    Thomas M. Power , a partner at Power Rogers & Smith, filed a complaint in the Chicago O’Hare bus crash that occurred on August 29, 2014. The crash occurred when an airport transportation shuttle bus drove straight into a concrete lane barrier, very ...
  • PRS Law Retained in Megabus Crash on I-65

    Partner Larry Rogers, Jr. has been retained to represent injured passengers on the Megabus crash which occurred on October 14, 2014. Early Tuesday morning, a double-decker bus struck another vehicle on I-65 and crashed onto its side. It was traveling ...
  • Last month, Devon C. Bruce , a partner at Power Rogers & Smith, settled a medical malpractice case in Winnebago County, Illinois on behalf of a brain -damaged infant. The minor Plaintiff was born at 25.5 weeks at Rockford Memorial Hospital. At 11 ...
  • Yesterday, Devon C. Bruce , a partner at Power Rogers & Smith, gave the keynote address to the City Club of Chicago regarding the recovery he obtained on behalf of the City of Dixon. The case arose from Rita Crundwell’s embezzlement of $53.7 million ...
  • Megabus Litigation Continues

    Just over two years since the devastating Megabus crash that occurred in Litchfield, Illinois , the litigation on behalf of the injured passengers continues. The personal injury attorneys at Power Rogers & Smith represent several of the passengers ...
  • On October 1, 2014, Chicago Lawyer published the results of its 2014 Annual Settlement Survey. The Annual Survey is based on a compilation of the settlements reported to the Jury Verdict Reporter from July 2013 through June 2014 that equal or exceed ...

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