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April 2018 Archives

Medical Helicopter Crash in Northern Wisconsin Kills Three; Clifford Law Offices Calls it "Classic Case" of Medevac Crash at Night in Rural Area

A medical helicopter carrying three people crashed in northern Wisconsin Thursday (April 26, 2018) killing all three flight crew members on board. The crash occurred late Thursday night about 150 miles northwest of Green Bay in an unlighted rural area after having dropped off a patient in Madison, Wisconsin.

Sarah King Helps Introduce Chicago Public High School Students to the Law on Woman Everywhere Education Day

Sarah King, associate at Clifford Law Offices led a group of female high school students Thursday (April 26, 2018) as part of the Annual Woman Everywhere Education Day. The students, from Simeon High School in Chicago, met various judges and lawyers in Cook County Circuit Court courtrooms who spoke of careers in the law.

Top Aviation Attorney Says Engine Inspections Overdue

On April 18th, 2018, the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) ordered that the CFM56 engines on all aircraft be inspected, expanding its original idea to spot check them, in the wake of the mid air engine incident involving a Southwest Airlines flight that killed a young mother and wife earlier this week. 

Top Aviation Lawyer Calls for Immediate Grounding of all Boeing 767 Aircraft Until Fan Disks and Blades Are Inspected And Any Cracked Disks Replaced Followed By Longer-Term Safety Plan

A top aviation attorney is now calling for the grounding of all Boeing 767 aircraft in the wake of the second uncontained engine failure (UEF) of a 17-year-old Southwest Airlines 767 in less than 20 months. 

Woman Passenger Killed as Southwest Jet Makes Emergency Landing in Philadelphia; Top Aviation Attorney Calls for Immediate Safety Inspections of All Nickel-Based Fan Discs on All Aircraft

A woman was killed on April 17, 2018 after a jet engine apparently exploded in mid-air and its shrapnel reportedly crashed through her window on a Southwest flight to Dallas. The incident forced the 767 Boeing aircraft, Flight 1380 that had taken off from New York, to emergency land in Philadelphia. 

Talc Powder Being Examined for Asbestos-Related Medical Problems

Talc Powder Being Examined for Asbestos-Related Medical Problems.pngAfter a $37 million verdict against Johnson & Johnson and the company's French-based talc supplier, Imerys Talc America, for its talcum powder causing cancer, comes news that the product may contain cancer-causing asbestos particles that the company failed to disclose to the public.

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