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Clifford Law Offices Retained by Family Injured on Amtrak Train That Derailed in Missouri

A family from Kansas aboard the Amtrak train that derailed Monday, June 27, 2022 in rural Missouri is among those who will be filing lawsuits against the train company as well as the company that owned the dump truck hauling rock that blocked the tracks. The family, who was taken to a hospital for their injuries, contacted Clifford Law Offices to help them find out...
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Bob Clifford Speaks to Jon Hansen on WGN Radio on Increase in Summer Injuries

Robert A. Clifford, founder and senior partner of Clifford Law Offices, spoke to Jon Hansen on WGN radio (720 AM) on Saturday, June 11, 2022, covering dangerous summer activities that can lead to increased injuries and deaths. Hansen referred to Clifford as the lawyer to turn to “when bad things happen.” Aside from additional boaters on the waters who need to take extra precautions such...
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Tracy Brammeier’s Article on The Importance of Coming Together

Clifford Law Offices associate attorney, Tracy A. Brammeier, Chair of the CBA Young Lawyers Section (YLS), wrote an article titled “The Importance of Coming Together” for the Chicago Bar Association’s March/April 2022 issue.  Working Remotely Lacks the Personal Touch In the article, Tracy discusses the pros and cons of working remotely over the last few years due to the pandemic. On one hand, she admits...
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Seven Clifford Law Offices Attorneys Elected to ITLA Positions for 2022-2023

Seven attorneys from Clifford Law Offices have been elected to positions serving the Illinois Trial Lawyers Association for 2022-2023. Each attorney was nominated for selection based on their experience and dedication to the field, as well as their demonstrated service to the Association. Tracy A. Brammeier elected 2022-23 members of the ITLA Board of Managers Bradley M. Cosgrove elected 2022-23 members of the ITLA Board...
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Letter from Members of Congress to Amazon CEO Demands Corporation Cooperate with Congressional Investigation into Deadly Warehouse Collapse in Downstate Illinois; Clifford Law Offices Reacts to Amazon’s Refusal to Submit Key Documents

Members of the U.S. House Committee on Oversight and Reform, including its chairwoman, Rep. Carolyn Maloney (D-NY), are “demanding” that Amazon comply with a request in March for documents and information related to its “labor practices during severe weather events.” The letter sent Wednesday, June 1, 2022 to Amazon CEO Andy Jassy went on to say that “Amazon’s failure to provide key documents has obstructed...
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