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Update on Bridge Collapse at FIU

Some disturbing new details have emerged as authorities examine the cause of a bridge that collapse over an eight-lane highway less than a week after it was put in place, killing six people near Miami, Florida. NBC News and other media outlets are reporting that cracks were found on the bridge days before the collapse of the 950-ton bridge was an overpass for students to...
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“Instant Bridge” Collapses in Florida Killing at Least Four People

Horrific scenes of a bridge collapse at Florida International University (FIU) tells the story of at least four people killed today (March 15, 2018) beneath the tons of concrete and twisted metal, according to authorities at the scene in Miami, Florida. In what is being described as an "instant bridge" that was completed less than a week ago, now comes news that the bridge at...
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Clifford Law Offices Will Help Find Answers in Las Vegas Shooting Cases

Clifford Law Offices, a nationally recognized personal injury and wrongful death law firm based in Chicago, wants to help find answers for the victims of the nation's most deadly shooting in recent history. The attorneys at Clifford Law Offices have a wealth of experience representing victims of violence, having represented a number of people who were injured or killed in the tragic E2 nightclub stampede...
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Statement from Baseball Fan Injured by Foul Ball; Major League Baseball and Chicago Cubs Sued

Clifford Law Offices filed a lawsuit against Major League Baseball (MLB) and the Chicago Cubs on behalf of John "Jay" Loos who permanently lost the sight in his left eye when a foul ball came screaming off the bat of a hitter at the August 29th Pittsburgh Pirates game at Wrigley Field. Click here to learn more about the lawsuit. At the press conference (click...
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Clifford Law Files Lawsuit Against MLB and Chicago Cubs on Behalf of Man Blinded in Left Eye by Line Drive Foul Ball

Clifford Law Offices filed a lawsuit against Major League Baseball (MLB) and the Chicago Cubs on behalf of a Schaumburg man who permanently lost the sight in his left eye when a foul ball came screaming off the bat of a hitter at the August 29th Pittsburgh Pirates game at Wrigley Field. John "Jay" Loos, 60, was injured as he sat in a seat close...
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