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    Posted on June 11, 2013 To

    June is National Safety Month

    As personal injury and wrongful death attorneys, Clifford Law Offices is all too familiar with accidents in the home and on the job. The one thing many of them have in common: they could have been prevented. This notion of accident prevention is exactly what the National Safety Council (NSC) seeks to promote each June during its National Safety Month. Along with educating organizations and influencing behaviors that typically cause preventable injuries and deaths, the…

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    Posted on June 3, 2013 To

    Two Chicago Personal Injury Attorneys Become New Partners at Clifford Law Offices

    Two Chicago personal injury attorneys became partners at Clifford Law Offices. Shannon McNulty and Bradley Cosgrove are also Chicago wrongful death lawyers.

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    Posted on May 6, 2013 To

    Civics is Still Important

    The premier of Constitution USA, the new PBS mini-series about our nation’s founding document, will air on WTTW starting this Tuesday (May 7, 2013) at 8 p.m. NPR’s Peter Sagal takes a cross-country motorcycle ride to tell the story of modern Constitutional controversies. He tries to make civics engaging and relevant. The American Bar Association and its iCivics program has partnered with PBS to produce this series that will explain issues such as federal v….

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    Posted on April 7, 2013 To

    Seven Illinois Municipalities Band Together to File Suit To Recover Unpaid Taxes from Online Travel Companies

    April 7, 2013 Clifford Law Offices, with a consortium of law firms, filed a lawsuit Friday (April 5, 2013) in federal district court on behalf of seven Illinois local governments to collect unpaid hotel taxes from a number of online travel agencies. Among the towns suing the online companies are the cities of Warrenville, Oakbrook Terrace and Rockford and the villages of Bedford Park, Oak Lawn, Orland Hills and Willowbrook. Together they have filed a…

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    Posted on February 1, 2013 To

    Bob Clifford Sits Down for a Heart-to-Heart with his Daughter and Editor of Chicago Lawyer

    After Robert A. Clifford, senior partner at Clifford Law Offices, was named the 2012 Chicago Lawyer Person of the Year, he was contacted by the Chicago Lawyer to do a special interview. His eldest daughter, Erin, was sworn in as a lawyer the month before in November, 2012, and the publication wanted to hear from an experienced practitioner along with his newly-sworn in daughter. Then Editor-in-Chief of the publication, Olivia Clarke, sat down with the…

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    Posted on January 7, 2013 To

    Hospital Fires Nurse for Refusing to get Flu Shot

    The flu season certainly is upon as we read headlines of area hospitals handling an “explosive” outbreak of the illness that apparently still hasn’t peaked. The Chicago Tribune reported Saturday, Jan. 5, 2012, that one Chicago-area hospital fired a part-time nurse for refusing to get a flu shot. The critical care nurse at Alexian Brothers Medical Center in Elk Grove told the press that she was fired in December after the hospital instituted the flu…

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    Posted on October 31, 2011 To

    Second Circuit Affirms $1.2 Billion 9/11 Property Damage Settlement

    Douglas J. Pepe, cochairs of the Experts and Evidence Subcommittee of the Mass Torts Committee The United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit recently approved a settlement resolving the bulk of the 9/11-related property damage and insurance subrogation claims against airlines and security companies for an aggregate settlement amount of $1.2 billion. In its opinion, the Second Circuit held that the statute governing the 9/11 litigation-the Air Transportation Safety and System Stabilization Act…

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    Posted on November 7, 2008 To

    Craig J. Squillace

    Associate In the last 24 months alone, Craig Squillace has tried to verdict two cases that have, in total, resulted in just under $1 million. What is most surprising is that this kind of record is far from unusual for Squillace, a personal injury specialist with Chicago’s Clifford Law Offices. Squillace’s fellow attorneys say that he possesses all the skills and knowledge of lawyers many years his senior. This becomes obvious when looking at Squillace’s…

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