News & Notes
Ford and Britton partner Scott Britton recently presented a continuing education seminar through the National Business Institute.
Scott Britton recently obtained a not guilty verdict on behalf of his construction company client in a trial in the Circuit Court of Cook County.
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The plaintiff, age78, sued her Condominium Association and management company for injuries sustained when she tripped over a pneumatic hose at a garage entrance at her apartment billing. Attorneys for the plaintiff claimed that the hose was unreasonably dangerous.
On the night of December 20, 1998, Chicago police officer John Loconsole answered a call of a burglary in progress at a west side public school. After getting out of his squad car, he tripped on a broken concrete slab on vacant property owned by The Salvation Army.
Scott Britton recently assisted Daniel Winkler of Westfield Insurance in presenting at the ViewPoint ‘06 meeting sponsored by CT Tymetrix on September 28, 2006.
On June 27, 1999, plaintiff was accompanying family members who planned to fly from O’Hare Airport to New Orleans, and they parked their vehicle at defendant, Park ‘N Jet which provided a courtesy shuttle van to the airport terminal.
Scott Britton tried a wrongful death claim of April 21-May 2, 2003.