Personal Injury

  • Confidential Settlement for Bladder Cancer Caused by Exposure to Diesel Exhaust

    Confidential settlement in a FELA Locomotive Inspection Act case for a 66-year old man who suffered bladder cancer caused by exposure to diesel exhaust. For 25 years, the Plaintiff worked for a national rail company with train yards in Chicago. In 2014, he was diagnosed with bladder cancer. As a result of chemotherapy treatment, the Plaintiff suffered significant and permanent hearing loss, which requires him to wear a hearing aid. After his diagnosis, the Plaintiff sued his former employer through the personal injury lawyers at McArdle Frost.

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  • $1,250,000 for a Teenager who Lost Sight in One Eye

    $1,250,000 for a teenager who lost sight in one eye as a result of failure to properly diagnose and treat an eye injury caused by a fellow student throwing a pen during new student orientation day. McArdle Frost first sued the student who initially threw the pen, securing $300,000 from his parents’ homeowners insurance policy. The firm then successfully sued the eyecare center and its physicians for medical malpractice, securing an additional $925,000 for the injured plaintiff.

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