Accidents happen, and fortunately most are not too serious. Occasionally, however, more serious accidents occur that result in serious personal injuries, the type of injuries that can change a person's life forever. In many cases, these accidents and injuries are the result of negligence.
If you believe you or your loved one has been injured, contact a personal injury attorney immediately to advise you.
There are many different causes of personal injury and many types of personal injury lawsuits. While each type is different, the successful prosecution of a personal injury lawsuit generally comes down to proving negligence or intent, causation and injury.
The largest number of personal injury lawsuits in the United States come from vehicle accidents. Learn more about our experience and capabilities to represent you in car accident claims here.
According to researchers from Johns Hopkins University, medical malpractice is now the third leading cause of death in the United States. Learn more about our medical malpractice services.
All falls are not equal. To successfully prosecute a slip and fall lawsuit, it generally must be proven that a hazardous condition existed, that the landowner knew about that condition and was negligent in correcting it, and/or that the hazard existed for a long enough period of time that a "reasonable landowner" should have found and corrected the hazard.
If you or someone close to you has suffered a slip and fall injury, please contact us for a free case evaluation.
In Ohio, a dog owner, keeper, or harborer is liable for an injury to a person or that person's property. The Ohio Revised Code makes that person strictly liable under most conditions.
If you have been injured by a dog bite, contact us for a free consultation.
The area of the Law commonly referred to as personal injury law is actually called tort law. Tort law allows for an injured person to be compensated for economic and non-economic damages caused by another person's negligence or intentional act.
The statute of limitations for personal injury cases in Ohio allows an injured person up to two years from the date of the injury to go to court and file a lawsuit against those responsible for the injury. Contact us to learn the specifics about your situation.
"If you have been injured as the result of the negligence of another person or company, we want you to focus on healing while we focus on evaluating and pursuing the appropriate compensation for your injuries."
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