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Successful Settlement In Sexual Harassment Case

Published in Sexual Harassment

Sexual harassment in the workplace can often manifest in different forms, but in some cases, behaviors are so egregious that it becomes imperative to protect your rights and your safety. Recently, a woman found herself being aggressively harassed by her direct supervisor, resulting in sexual...

Settlement Reached After A Train Collision

Published in Wrongful Death

It is a harsh reality that accidents can happen anywhere, even in areas that are off the beaten path. For example, a man was recently driving on an idyllic country road when he came upon a railroad crossing. As he attempted to cross, the...

$1Million-Plus Settlement Reached In Wrongful Death Case

Published in Wrongful Death

The veteran wrongful death attorneys with Cates Mahoney, LLC recently handled a case on behalf of a young man with a serious neurological disorder, who lost his life while being held by a local municipality. The lawyers at Cates Mahoney aggressively represented the man’s family in...

$6 Million-Plus Settlement In Medical Malpractice Case

Published in Medical Malpractice

When we are ill or need any type of medical treatment, we trust that doctors and other medical personnel will attend to us professionally and skillfully. Not long ago, the experienced Southern Illinois medical malpractice lawyers at Cates Mahoney, LLC were retained by a family to...

A Message to Our Customers About Coronavirus COVID-19:
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A Message to Our Clients About Coronavirus COVID-19:

In response to the Coronavirus pandemic, Cates Mahoney, LLC is doing our part to comply with government warnings and restrictions. We do this out of concern for the safety, health and well-being of our clients and employees. To protect everyone from any unnecessary risk of exposure to Coronavirus (COVID-19), all future appointments will be conducted by telephone only. Walk-in appointments will not be accepted at this time. This policy will remain in place through April 3, 2020, but could obviously change depending on future government warnings and restrictions within our State and elsewhere.

We appreciate your understanding during this uncertain time.