Surgical gloves powdered with talc were banned today (Dec. 15, 2016) by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) because of potential dangers to human health.
News reports on the house in Homer Glen that exploded yesterday (Dec.
15, 2016) following an apparent Nicor gas leak show a residence that is
completely destroyed. The father and daughter who lived in that home
remain at Loyola Medical Center, and the entire Chicago area prays for their
recovery. Homer Glen officials reportedly are allowing some of the nearly two
dozen evacuated residents in a two-mile radius of that home to return to their
homes, but Nicor gas workers have to accompany them to ensure that turning the
gas back on in their homes is safe.
Two family members were injured late Thursday afternoon when their house exploded in southwest suburban Homer Glen due to what officials on the scene are attributing to a gas leak.
For four decades, Bob Clifford has provided the highest caliber of legal representation to families and survivors of all types of aircraft disasters. There are few lawyers across the country who can match his record of accomplishment involving these tragic, complex cases.
Robert A. Clifford and Colin H. Dunn, partners at Clifford Law Offices obtained an $18.5 million settlement on behalf of two workers who were severely injured in a flash fire during a derailment cleanup in Kentucky. The case was dismissed today in the Circuit Court of Jefferson County in Louisville, Kentucky.
An investigation is ongoing regarding the crash of Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) Flight PK-661 that fell from nearly 14,000 feet killing all aboard Wednesday (Dec. 7, 2016).
A nation, indeed the world, mourns the loss of nearly an entire professional soccer team in the horrifying crash into a mountainside as the aircraft apparently ran out of fuel on its way to a South American tournament in Columbia, just five miles from the airport. Electrical failure also is being investigated in the early days as experts search for clues to the cause of the crash.