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    $18.165M – Robert A. Clifford

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    $1M – James C. Pullos

    Plaintiff’s estate alleged negligent hiring and retention against Defendant for permitting an employee with various reported felonies to perform door-to-door sales at an apartment complex. As a result, Defendant’s employee became involved in a physical altercation with Plaintiff resulting in injuries and eventual death to Plaintiff. (Policy Limits)

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    $712.5K – Robert A. Clifford

    A 97-year-old woman was dropped and sustained a serious orthopedic fracture that led to her unfortunate death four days later. This is a record settlement for a nursing home case in Knox County, Illinois.

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    $1.15M – Susan A. Capra

    Negligent obstetric care at birth at a downstate hospital which resulted in the wrongful death of an infant at 1 day old.
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    $1.3M – Susan A. Capra, Keith A. Hebeisen

    Plaintiff died as a result of medical staff failing to properly diagnose and treat his coronary artery and ischemic cardiac disease.
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    $600K – Susan A. Capra, Richard F. Burke, Jr., Robert A. Clifford

    Despite risk factors for coronary artery disease, a 56-year-old woman was taken to surgery for a hysterectomy without a pre-operative cardiac consultation. She died of a heart attack shortly after the surgery.

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    $21.5M – Bradley M. Cosgrove, Charles R. Haskins

    Clifford Law Offices obtained a $21.5 million verdict on behalf of a south suburban family whose son drowned on a weekly trip to the Bridgeview Park District Pool four years ago. Click here to read more about the case.
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    $7.25M- James C. Pullos

    Plaintiff's decedent, an adult with developmental disabilities, resided in a group home in Will County. Plaintiff alleged that the defendants' acts and omissions resulted in decedent's death.
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    $1M – Richard F. Burke, Jr.

    A 64-year-old man died as a result of dehydration and kidney failure that resulted from inadequate evaluation and a premature release from the emergency room following a fall to the ground when a residential porch collapsed.
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