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Nine Tips on Kid Safety and the Big Three of Summertime Injuries

Summer is in full swing and kids are everywhere, wringing out every glorious minute of summer vacation before it's back to school. And you know what that means: a whole new round of bumps and bruises! Injuries Spike During Summer Summertime fun shouldn't be derailed by a trip to the hospital. But unfortunately, more than 3 million kids in America under 14 will be rushed...
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Product Liability Claim: Time Limits on Filing

In a defective product liability claim, it's important to understand filing deadlines. In the state of Illinois, as in all other states, there are time limits on how long you have to file a defective product liability claim. These limits are referred to as the statute of limitations. What is the statute of limitations in Illinois? In the state of Illinois, you can file a...
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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...
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Two Chicago Personal Injury Attorneys Become New Partners at Clifford Law Offices

June 3, 2013 Advancement for Top Chicago Wrongful Death Lawyers Clifford Law Offices recently announced that two of its Chicago personal injury attorneys/wrongful death lawyers have been named as partners of the firm. Shannon McNulty is now a partner at Clifford Law Offices, a nationally renowned firm recognized in personal injury and wrongful death law. Also, Bradley Cosgrove, formerly of another personal injury firm in...
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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...
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