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Personal Injury

Types of Brain Injuries and Their Common Causes

No two brain injuries are alike, but all of them are serious medical issues that should be treated with the utmost care and attention. As wounds go, they are one of the most devastating kinds a person can suffer. They also lead to physical damage, psychological damage, huge medical expenses and loss of income. If a brain injury is caused by someone’s negligence or error,...
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Bob Clifford In “EASTLAND” Airing on WTTW July 24

A screening of "EASTLAND: THE SHIPWRECK THAT SHOOK AMERICA" will air on Chicago's WTTW (channel 11) on Friday, July 24th at 9 p.m. CT. It will also air on WTTW/Prime 11.2 on Sunday, July 26th at 7 p.m. *Scroll to the end to see more viewing times. Robert A. Clifford, founder and senior partner of Clifford Law Offices, appears in the documentary to explain the...
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Chicago Bicyclist Run Over By Truck On Northwest Side

On Tuesday, June 23, a city of Chicago truck driver reportedly ran over a bicyclist on the city’s Northwest Side at the intersection of Milwaukee and Belmont avenues in the Avondale neighborhood, trapping her under the vehicle. The truck driver and bicyclist reportedly were making right turns when the driver hit the cyclist and dragged her for several feet until witnesses yelled at the truck...
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Clifford Law Offices – Chicago Personal Injury Lawyers

The Chicago personal injury lawyers at Clifford Law Offices are recognized leaders in aviation litigation, complex personal injury and wrongful death cases. Watch our video to learn more about our personal injury law firm: [embed]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qPfGJm0yrP8&feature=youtu.be[/embed] Our number one goal at Clifford Law Offices is helping people who are in need. We look for a fair and just result and pride ourselves on tackling complex cases...
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Lawsuit Against Remington Gun Manufacturer Allowed to Proceed in Sandy Hooks Mass Killing

The Supreme Court of the United States did not accept hearing an appeal on a lawsuit against Remington Arms Company, which means the case may proceed on behalf of the families of victims of the Sandy Hook school massacre in Connecticut. The country’s highest court denied the gun maker’s appeal Nov. 12 without commenting on the case. That means that the decision of the Connecticut...
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