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Possible Symptoms of a Traumatic Brain Injury

Traumatic brain injuries are devastating and can lead to physical and psychological problems in addition to economic losses for the entire family. In the most extreme cases, a traumatic brain injury can lead to permanent disabilities that impact a person’s ability to go to work or perform basic, everyday tasks. Such injuries are usually the result of blow to the head or a strong jolt...
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Clifford Law Offices Welcomes New Associate

Emily A. Herbick has been named an associate at Clifford Law Offices in Chicago. Herbick formerly served as a judicial extern with Illinois Appellate Court Justice Terrence Lavin. She also worked at a Chicago personal injury law firm where she successfully argued a case before the Illinois Supreme Court in a matter of first impression. She also clerked at Clifford Law Offices while a law...
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Tracy Brammeier to Speak at ABA Conference on Aviation Litigation in Post-COVID World

  [caption id="attachment_35084" align="alignright" width="215"] Tracy A. Brammeier[/caption] Tracy A. Brammeier, associate at Clifford Law Offices and liaison counsel in the complex litigation involving the crash of a Boeing jet in Ethiopia, will be speaking at the American Bar Association Tort Trial and Insurance Practice (TIPS) conference to be held in Washington, D.C., Oct. 28-29. “Emerging Litigation and Regulatory Issues for the Aviation and Aerospace...
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Clifford Law Offices Hires New Partner

Yvette Loizon, former Assistant Cook County State’s Attorney and clerk to a chief justice of the Illinois Supreme Court, is now a partner at Clifford Law Offices, a nationally recognized personal injury and wrongful death firm in Chicago. Loizon comes to the firm with a strong litigation background after serving in the Cook County State’s Attorney’s Office for 12 years where she managed all aspects...
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What Is a Diffuse Axonal Injury?

Diffuse axonal injury (DAI) is a type of traumatic brain injury that happens when the head is struck, jolted, or shaken. The movement of the brain lags behind the movement of the skull, causing the long connecting nerve fibers (the axons) to tear. Like other traumatic brain injuries (TBIs), DAIs are serious injuries that require immediate medical attention and can lead to life-changing losses for...
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