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Other Injury Case Results

Our dedicated legal team has helped clients faced with a wide range of legal problems, including those shown below.

DateAttorneyOutcomeFacts
February 3, 2016Robert P. Walsh$500,00018 year old assisting a stalled motorist in McHenry County sustains fractured legs when he is struck by drunk driver on the side of the road
October 1, 2015Shannon M. McNulty$2,900,000Fatal stabbing of high school student by a fellow student while entering a charter school.
June 25, 2015Craig J. Squillace$650,00051-year-old woman develops complex regional pain syndrome when a pallet of turkeys is dropped on her right foot.
May 31, 2012Colin H. Dunn, Kevin P. Durkin, Robert A. Clifford$112,000,000 VerdictTwo workers are burned in grain bin explosion in downstate Illinois.
October 5, 2011Robert A. Clifford$1,852,000 Settlement12-year-old girl bucked and thrown from a horse at a stable resulting in cervical fractures requiring surgery.
March 12, 2010Robert A. Clifford$2,200,000 Settlement19-year-old freshman dies of alcohol toxicity due to university's failure to adequately train resident assistant on duty to recognize the signs and symptoms of severe alcohol toxicity.
March 5, 2010Robert A. Clifford$1,000,000 Settlement74-year-old man dies from blood clot after being tackled by police who improperly and negligently determined that he was involved in gang activity.
April 30, 2008Kevin P. Durkin, Robert A. Clifford$100,000,000Six people killed and 16 others injured at the Cook County Administration Building in Chicago's downtown when firefighters failed to save people stuck in smokey high-rise stairwell; one of the highest personal injury settlements in Chicago's Cook County history
March 1, 2006Robert A. Clifford$1,250,000 SettlementPolice shoot at suspect and innocent bystander gets bullet fragment in the eye
March 22, 2002Robert A. Clifford$3,015,000 SettlementGirl X, a 9-year-old, is brutally attacked and poisoned at a Chicago housing project.

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