"How Secure is Airport Security?": A free article from Clifford Law Offices, an experienced aviation accident law firm

November 03, 2010 (PRLEAP.COM) Business News
If you have ever experienced the headache of air travel, you know that a prime source of stress is passing through security. The Transportation Safety Administration controls passenger screening within our Nation's airports and key to passing through is proving your identity. While most people completely rely on their state I.D. or driver's license, it is possible to pass through airport screening without either of those documents.

Robert Clifford, the nationally renowned aviation accident attorney based out of Chicago, wrote about the relatively unknown factors that allow travelers to get past airport security if they have lost or forgotten their I.D. in a piece for the Chicago Lawyer. In "How Secure is Airport Security?" Clifford explains the security screening process and offers a number of tips for the traveler who presents at the airport without their I.D. to get through security and safely on to their plane.

"There has been a very positive response to these articles, and we will offer more soon," says Robert A. Clifford, Founder.

About Clifford Law Offices
Clifford Law Offices is ranked one of the top Chicago law firms. The staff includes experienced aviation accident attorneys, personal injury attorneys, accident lawyers, and more.