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Robert Clifford Settles Case on Behalf of Victims of Horrific Smokey Fire for $100 Million

Robert A. Clifford, lead counsel for the plaintiffs in the fire that killed six and injured 16 others at the Cook County Administration Building, announced a $100 million settlement Monday, April 28, 2008, just moments before jury selection was scheduled to begin against the City of Chicago and two other defendants. The case was to start that morning against the city as well as 69 West Washington Management Company, managers of the building, and UBM, general contractors of the faulty construction on the 12th floor that had taken place just two years before the smokey fire on Oct. 17, 2003.

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