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Clifford Law Files First Passenger Lawsuit in Washington Amtrak Derailment

Clifford Law Offices, a nationally recognized personal injury and wrongful death law firm based in Chicago, filed a lawsuit on Wednesday, Jan. 3, 2017 in conjunction with the Luvera Law Firm in Seattle on behalf of an injured individual in last month's Amtrak derailment in Washington.

Clifford Law Offices and its Experts Examining Latest Revelations from NTSB on Amtrak Derailment near Tacoma, Washington

Clifford Law Offices, on behalf of several victims of the recent Amtrak derailment near Tacoma, Washington, who have retained the firm, has hired experts who are looking into early reports released by the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB).

Clifford Law Offices Files Class Action Complaint Involving the Opioid Crisis

Clifford Law Offices filed a class action complaint in Mississippi federal court on behalf of a number of health care institutions that seek to hold a number of pharmaceutical companies responsible for the over-prescribing of opioid medications.

Sarah King Moderates CBA Program with Five Judges on Motion Practice

Sarah F. King.jpgSarah F. King, associate at Clifford Law Offices, will moderate a program at the Chicago Bar Association (CBA) entitled "Motion Practice in Cook County Circuit Court's Law Division." Mark G. Szaflarski of Mark Szaflarski, P.C., will co-moderate.

Robert Clifford Speaks to Las Vegas Press on Legality of Some Issues Impacting Tragic Massacre

Robert A. Clifford, nationally renowned trial attorney in Chicago, spoke to the Las Vegas Review-Journal about the injured security guard who is being housed by the Mandalay Bay hotel following the Oct. 1 shooting at a country music festival.

Please Join the Efforts to Help Puerto Rico and Mexico -- You are Needed!

For weeks we have seen news accounts of the devastation in Puerto Rico following deadly Hurricane Maria as well as the horrific earthquake suffered in Mexico that left hundreds dead. We as lawyers must come together to try to do something. If we can't make it down to those areas to help them, we can help with our financial support so that the basic needs of these people can be met.

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