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    Chicago Attorneys?

    New to this but was wondering if anyone knew of any good attorneys for a spinal cord injury that took place at a school during an athletic practice? Any information or advice would be welcomed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chicagosci
    New to this but was wondering if anyone knew of any good attorneys for a spinal cord injury that took place at a school during an athletic practice? Any information or advice would be welcomed.

    This guy is the best...

    http://corboydemetrio.com/practice/practice.cfm

    http://corboydemetrio.com/practice/a...corboy_bio.cfm

    http://corboydemetrio.com/practice/a...s/schwartz.cfm
    ^^(A)^^

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    I heard that Phil had retired. (I used to face them from the other side of the table). Susan Schwartz in that office is exceptional.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JenJen
    I heard that Phil had retired. (I used to face them from the other side of the table). Susan Schwartz in that office is exceptional.

    Susan is an absolute Pit Bull...
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    Quote Originally Posted by darty
    Susan is an absolute Pit Bull...
    Yeah, not a lot of fun for the defense but if I were a plaintiff...
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