Why are Maternal Mortality Rates so High in the U.S.? by Marc McCallister A recent study by USA Today has brought attention to a critical failure that persists within America’s healthcare system. Expectant mothers in the United States are more than two times more likely…
McCallister Law Group strives to hold the individuals or corporations who caused catastrophic harm to our clients accountable for the damages they have caused.
$ 1.08 Billion
Flat Panel Antitrust Litigation
$ 13.5 Million
Insurance Antitrust Litigation
$ 7 Million
Jobe v. The Thomas Monahan Company, et. al.
$ 2.244 Million
Tietz v. AbbVie, Inc.
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"McCallister Law Group represented me as a plaintiff in a personal injury case and saw it through to a favorable settlement. More importantly, they worked patiently with me and my wife to ensure we understood each phase of the case. Throughout the process, they kept me informed and made recommendations to ensure we could make sound decisions. Their knowledge, experience and demeanor enabled us to feel comfortable and confident during a difficult time. We appreciate all they did for us."T.C.
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Since 1996, our personal injury, wrongful death, and medical malpractice firm has been helping victims and their families understand and protect their rights. Our small firm philosophy of direct client-attorney contact combined with our vast network of trusted relationships with other organizations, firms, and lawyers gives clients the access typical of a big firm. McCallister Law Group consistently represents individuals or families who have suffered personal injuries or wrongful death as a result of medical malpractice, defective products, medical devices or drugs, and motor vehicle or trucking collisions.
Regardless of what you think about e-cigarettes or vaping, you probably have tried it or know someone that does it. It is easy. There is no barrier to entry. And, it doesn’t make your hands and clothes smell.
It is illegal to use a cell phone while driving in Illinois, even if a driver is stopped at a red light or stop sign. Beginning July 1, 2019, police officers in Illinois will be ticketing drivers who use a mobile device while in a…