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Former Wife of Kevin Robinson Retains Chicago Personal Injury Lawyer Steve Levin

Steven M. Levin is representing Camille Robinson in the investigation of Kevin Robinson’s death on April 4, 2011. Camille, former wife of the Chicago police officer, is the executor of his estate and guardian of their two children, Cidney, 15, and Kyle, 13.

The father of two was a 15-year Chicago police veteran. After inhaling fumes from an aerosol-sprayed cleaning chemical at the Chicago police station at which he worked, the 42 year-old was admitted to the hospital for breathing problems. He was placed in a medically induced coma, and died in early April. Autopsy results from the Cook County Medical Examiner’s office, released September 20, stated that Robinson had died of a lung illness from inhaling the toxic fumes, and ruled his death an accident.

“We are launching a thorough investigation to find out what happened, and to determine who is responsible for this unimaginable tragedy,” said Levin. “Camille has retained our firm to take whatever action is necessary in the best interest of her children.”

Related Links:

Chicago Tribune: Autopsy: Fumes Killed Chicago Police Officer

Chicago Sun Times: Cop’s Death Blamed on Cleaning Supply Fumes Sprayed at Station