Peloton Deemed Dangerous to Children

The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) is warning consumers about the dangers of popular Peloton Tread+ exercise machine following several reported events of small children and a pet being injured under the machines. The Commission has found that the general public health and security requires this news to warn the public quickly of the […]

Workers’ Compensation Claim leads to $800,000 for Laborer

A 25 year old laborer suffered an injury while working for his employer. His job duties require him to safely operate nearby heavy machinery everyday. Heavy weight from nearby machinery fallen onto his foot and had caused crushing injuries. Any injury while performing duties for your employer is eligible under Illinois workers compensation laws, this […]

Medical Malpractice Settlement is one of highest earned across the U.S. 2019

Top 50 Medical Malpractice Settlements

The lawyers at Cronauer law has secured a settlement for their client in a Medical Malpractice case. Ranked as one of the Top 50 Medical Malpractice Settlements in the entire United States for 2019, as well as one of Illinois top 20 settlements of 2019. Case information; Amount: $1,000,000.00 Attorneys: C. Nicholas Cronauer of Cronauer […]

Number of Kia Vehicles are Catching on Fire

Cronauer law is representing those affected If you have been injured as a result of your car catching on fire, get in touch with the lawyers at Cronauer Law. Cars should be made to not randomly catch on fire, and especially should not ever injure the people and drivers of these vehicles. We are helping […]

I Got Hurt at Work, Now What?

Getting hurt or injured on the job can be frightening and is often the cause of anger, anxiety, and fear.  Often these fears revolve around the employee thinking that they will be fired or it was their fault. Fortunately, the law protects injured workers in Illinois.  Employers cannot fire or retaliate against someone for filing […]

Commercial Plumber to Receive $600k After Defective Pipe Bursts

A journeyman plumber was in the basement of a Salt Lake City high rise testing plumbing lines. While up on a ladder testing a pressurized pipe fitting, an end-cap blew off the fitting, instantly releasing pressure and knocking him off the ladder and to the ground. The plumber sustained an ankle fracture and was off work for three months. He luckily was able to return to work full-duty.

One Million Dollars Acquired in an Ongoing Case.

This is an ongoing case, the names have been removed to protect the identity of those involved. All claims and testimonial reported are to be considered as simply evidence. A partial settlement for one million dollars was finalized last week in a medical malpractice case against a hospital, surgeon, and various nurses. The $?,???,??? recovery […]

New Rules and Reflections on Bicycling

In the spring and summer, one of the things I love most about my job is that I can travel to and from work by bicycle several times a week. When I was first interviewing for the job and told my daughter that I’d be able to bike to work, she said, “Well, that’s a sign from God that you should take the position.” As it turns out, I love the job I have now. I also love biking to/from work, being able to see the sunrise as I commute and the bike path stretching out before me. I enjoy the time it gives me to mentally prepare for the day, and I especially benefit from the dose of endorphins that leaves me calm and alert for anything the day can throw at me. But lately, I’ve been thinking about biking in new ways. Here’s why…