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Bridgette represents clients in Workers’ Compensation and Occupational Disease cases. She is a zealous advocate who is dedicated to obtaining the compensation that injured workers and their families deserve. Bridgette has successfully represented clients with a wide variety of injuries, including injuries to the back, neck, and shoulders as well as burns, infections, and significant injuries to eyes. She has represented injured workers’ in claims against United Continental Holdings, American Airlines, Ford Motor Company, PepsiCo, DHL,...
Ms. Brown boasts an impressive repertoire in achieving justice and satisfaction for her clients.
Bridget graduated from John Marshall Law School in 2006 and was admitted to practice in Illinois in 2008, going on to perform as a Law Clerk in the fields of Criminal Defense and Civil Rights Litigation.
She excels in providing hope, support and effective litigation to the sensitive realm of Family...
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