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Standing Up for the Wrongly Injured

Meet Robert A. Clifford of Clifford Law Offices, a nationally recognized personal injury attorney at law. [Sponsored]




 

Robert A. Clifford founded Clifford Law Offices in 1984, and it has grown to a nationally recognized personal injury and wrongful death firm based in Chicago that consistently obtains multimillion-dollar verdicts and settlements for its clients. U.S. News-Best Lawyers selected Mr. Clifford as one of the top lawyers in plaintiff’s personal injury litigation, and the firm received a national ranking in plaintiffs’ mass tort litigation and class actions. Cancer-causing talcum powder, defective Pella windows and sexual harassment / sexual abuse cases are just some of the areas in which lawyers at the firm excel. Mr. Clifford currently represents 30 people who were injured or killed in the tragic 2017 Amtrak derailment between Seattle and Portland. The firm was on the Plaintiffs’ Steering Committee in the litigation involving the crash of Alaska Air Flight 261 that crashed in the Pacific Ocean in 2000 as it headed to San Francisco. Mr. Clifford was also the lead negotiator in the $1.2 billion settlement of numerous 9/11 property damage claims following the collapse of the Twin Towers in New York.

 

120 North LaSalle Street, 31st Floor, Chicago, IL
312.899.9090 l rclifford@cliffordlaw.com

 

 

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