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    :: Friday, December 15, 2006 ::

    Texas Law Firm Solicits Falk Workers - Milwaukee Channel.com
    Personal Injury lawyer Bob Habush represented the widows of three iron workers killed when during the 1999 crane collapse at Miller Park.

    Habush won a $100 million verdict in the Miller Park crane collapse case. The award to the widows of the three ironworkers who died was later reduced to $30 million to shortcut ongoing appeals.
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