Articles From Michael Hartigan

The “intended and permitted” pedestrian and §3-102(a) of the Tort Immunity Act By Michael Hartigan Tort Law, March 2015 The First District recently addressed the issue of whether a municipality owes a duty to a pedestrian forced to walk upon the street due to an unnatural accumulation of snow created by the municipality’s snow removal efforts.
Case summaries By James T. Nyeste, Robert H. Hanaford, Michael Hartigan, Ryan Henderson, Laura D. Mruk, David Wilford, Patricia A. Zimmer, & Ellen Zabinski Insurance Law, June 2012 Summaries of the cases in this issue.

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