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Victory in 16 year old sexual misconduct case!

32 year old woman collects against unwanted sex aggressor for acts that happened 16 years ago. Sometimes its never too late to make the bad guys pay.  I was contacted by a woman who was mistreated 16 years ago.  She only recently realized how psychologically damaged she was from unwanted sexual activity.  This recent discovery allowed her to make a claim even though the regular time period had run… Read more

Susan E. Loggans & Associates, P.C., fights for the rights of the family of an 87 year old that died because of a hospital feeding error

Susan E. Loggans & Associates, P.C., fights for the rights of the family of an 87 year old that died because of a hospital feeding error Chicago malpractice attorney Susan E. Loggans fights for the rights of the family of an 87-year-old that died because of a hospital feeding error. While many law firms would be reluctant to handle this claim because of the age of the decedent, Susan E. Loggans & Associates, P.C. believes that everyone has a right to justice, no matter the age of the person wronged. In this case, the patient was at… Read more

Susan E. Loggans & Associates, P.C., prosecuting faulty DePuy Hip prosthesis case

Susan E. Loggans & Associates, P.C., prosecuting faulty DePuy Hip prosthesis case Once implanted, medical prosthesis become a part of our body. Those who need these devices have the right to trust that they will perform properly and not cause them further harm. For patients of DePuy ASR XL acetabular system, this trust was shattered when DePuy issued a broad recall of its ASR XL and ASR hip systems. These products have been associated with an unreasonably high failure rate and metal… Read more

Tough, No-Nonsense Litigation

Tough, No-Nonsense Litigation No case is too difficult, no defendant too large or powerful, for Chicago malpractice attorney Susan E. Loggans, who successfully represented the plaintiff’s in all three cases, obtaining multimillion-dollar settlements for each one. Read the full advertisement from Forbes Here. Read more