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Tag Archives: 7th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals

Insurers rarely sure of victory

Retired Judge Charles Blackmar once joked that he only read insurance policies carefully “if somebody is paying me to read them.” “I don’t read my own policy all that carefully because I know it wouldn’t do any good,” Blackmar said ...

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Court: ADA protects acrophobic bridge worker

Common sense tells us that a worker with an irrational fear of heights isn’t qualified to hold a job that requires him to climb around highway bridges.

Still, a jury will have to listen to an acrophobic bridge worker’s tale in his lawsuit against the Illinois Department of Transportation (IDOT).

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