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Interview with Christopher Hurley Discussing $6.5 Million Settlement

January 1, 2009  ·  By HM&M



Christopher Hurley talked in depth about this birth injury case in an interview with LB Network.

“The biggest challenge was figuring out what happened. . . . When you really sit down and figure it out, and after consulting with the right experts, we could see that the fetal monitoring strips were not okay.”

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“My whole career of 25 years I have spent working with people like Roberto Morales. To be honest with you, there is no other thing I would do.”

January 1, 2009

$11 Million Settlement Reached in Chicago Metra Wrongful Death Suit

An $11 million settlement was approved in two wrongful death lawsuits arising from the 2005 Metra derailment in Chicago that killed two women and injured 117 other passengers. According to reports, on Sept. 17, 2005, a five-car Rock Island Line Metra train heading from Joliet to downtown Chicago derailed at a South Side track crossover,... Read More

January 1, 2009

$6.5 Million Settlement for Brain Injured Boy

CHICAGO DAILY LAW BULLETIN The estate of a 7-year old boy who suffered a brain injury at birth has settled a lawsuit against the hospital, the doctor and his clinic for $6.5 million, the plaintiff’s attorney said. Robert Morales Jr. was born in April 2001 with severe brain damage due to a lack of oxygen.... Read More

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