What Defenses Are Available In Ohio Personal Injury Cases?
A good offense in fighting for injured people involves anticipating the defenses that will be raised by the person who caused the... Read More
When Personal Injury Is Caused By Negligence
Typically, a personal injury claim is based on negligence. Negligence occurs when someone causes harm by failing to take the degree of... Read More
If the owner of a vehicle knew at the time he or she allowed the driver to operate a vehicle that the... Read More
Medical Bills In Personal Injury Cases
How are medical bills in personal injury cases used for reimbursement purposes? Medical bills usually have two rates: (1) the full uninsured... Read More
Slip And Fall Personal Injury
In many personal injury cases, there is no question as to whether someone is liable for injuries caused in an accident. When... Read More
Suspended Driver’s License in Ohio
What do you do if you have a suspended driver’s license in Ohio? The solution starts with determining what event caused the... Read More
Two Trials May Be Required In Some Personal Injury Cases
The 2005 Ohio Tort Reform Law requires Ohio courts hearing personal injury lawsuits to grant requests for bifurcation of trials when both... Read More
Can You Lie To The Police?
Can you lie to the police? No. You have the right to remain silent, not to lie, especially if that lie is... Read More
What Should You Do If You Are Involved In a Traffic Accident?
What should you do if you are involved in a traffic accident? If you get involved in a traffic accident on a... Read More
Personal Injury Tips
This article offers personal injury tips to those who have been victimized by personal injury. When you suffer a personal injury, there... Read More