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May 2018 Archives

Clifford Law Offices Sponsors Lawyers Lend-A-Hand to Youth Spring Awards Dinner

Clifford Law Offices was a proud sponsor of the Lawyers Lend-A-Hand to Youth Spring Awards Dinner. The event honored some of the Chicago's most respected lawyers and celebrated the positive impact that the local legal community has had on at-risk youth.

Chuck Haskins to Speak at CBA on Medical Malpractice

Charles R. Haskins, associate at Clifford Law Offices, is scheduled to speak Tuesday (May 29) at a program entitled "Medical Malpractice of Non-Employee Doctors: Establishing Agency for Hospital Liability" sponsored by the Chicago Bar Association's Young Lawyers Tort Litigation Committee.

Marbles Trial Televised

Robert A. Clifford and the entire mock trial team trying the Ancient Greek case of Megacles can be seen on Lakeshore Public Media (WYIN) tomorrow, Friday, May 25th, at 6:30 p.m. (CST).

Two Clifford Law Partners Named to Leading Lawyer Positions of Recognition

James C. Pullos, partner at Clifford Law Offices, has been named a Leading Lawyer in Illinois, an organization that names the top lawyers in a practice area based upon peer reviews. Less than five percent of lawyers licensed in the state receive this distinction. Pullos received the recognition in the area of personal injury law.

Clifford Law Offices Actively Counseling Passengers Aboard Tragic Southwest Airlines Flight 1380

Clifford Law Offices, a nationally recognized aviation firm, is actively giving legal counsel to many passengers who were aboard the ill-fated Southwest Airlines flight that led to the death of a young mother and wife when the window was smashed, partially sucking her out of the plane.

CBS Chicago 10 pm News Report on Clifford Law Case of Autistic Child Beaten by Aide Highly Watched on TV and Online -- See it Here

On Friday, May 11th at 10 p.m., CBS 2 Investigator Dave Savini reported on the case of a partially verbal autistic nine-year-old boy who was repeatedly slapped and hit by a bus aide over a period of months who was given the responsibility of safely getting children to and from school.

Watch 10 p.m. CBS Channel 2 News Tonight - Dave Savini Reports on Clifford Law Case of Autistic Child Repeatedly Struck by Bus Aide and Verbally Threatened by Bus Driver

CBS Channel 2 Investigative Reporter Dave Savini will report exclusively tonight on the case of a partially verbal autistic nine-year-old boy who was repeatedly slapped and hit by a bus aide over a period of months who was given the responsibility of safely getting children to and from school.

Southwest Jet Diverted to Cleveland When Window Cracks

A Southwest jet headed from Chicago to Newark was forced to land in Cleveland after the exterior glass of a window cracked. No one was hurt but it caused great concern on the part of passengers following a recent death on a Southwest plane where a New Mexico mother was killed when the window that she was seated next to broke open and she was partially sucked out of the plane. She later died from her injuries.

Recent Studies Indicate More Workers Dying on the Job

Nearly 5,200 workers died of traumatic injury on the job, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics for 2016, the last year for which complete data is available. This indicates a trend of more workers dying on the job, with 2016 being the third consecutive year finding an increase in fatalities and the highest number since 2008.

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