Here is an article about a dram shop case we filed last week. I won’t add much to what is in the article because the case is pending. It should be noted, though, that a bar only needs to be “a cause” not “the main cause” or “the biggest cause” of someone’s intoxication (although it has to be more than de minimis).
(Howard Zimmerle is a personal injury attorney in the Quad Cities who handles car accidents and dram shop cases, as well as many other injury matters. He can be reached at 309-794-1660 or hzimmerle [at] mjwlaw.com).
I’ve wanted to write this post for a long time. Some people don’t understand why or how a workers comp lawyer can help their case. On my new Rock Island Workers Compensation Attorney Blog, I’ve written a post explaining what we do and how it can help clients. Check it out.
(Howard Zimmerle is a trial lawyer and workers compensation lawyer helping injured people in Rock Island, Moline, and the surrounding areas. You can reach him at hzimmerle [at] mjwlaw.com or 309-794-1660).
In addition to my work with the QC Injury Lawyers Blog, I’m also starting:
The Rock Island Workers Comp Blog
(wild, raucous applause)
It’s aimed at clients, potential clients, and any laypeople who want some basic info about Illinois Workers Compensation. It’s probably too basic for most lawyers, but it serves a different purpose than this blog.
I’m excited – it’s been fun thinking of content for the new blog. Any suggestions?