Award-Winning Cleveland Attorney Allen Tittle Invited to Join the National League of Renowned Attorneys

November 28, 2016

Tittle & Perlmuter attorney Allen Tittle has been invited to join the prestigious ranks of the National League of Renowned Attorneys.

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Tittle & Perlmuter Wins Big Verdict Following Car Crash Injuring Single Mother

Cleveland, Ohio – November 9, 2016 – Attorney Allen Tittle from Tittle & Perlmuter, along with attorney Ken Knabe, recently helped a single mother injured in a car accident win a $75,000 verdict, after only being offered $2,500 previously to settle the claim, following a four-day civil trial in Cuyahoga County.

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Allen Tittle and Scott Perlmuter Selected as Top 10 Attorneys Under 40

Tittle & Perlmuter, LLC attorneys Allen Tittle and Scott Perlmuter have been named to the National Academy of Personal Injury Attorneys’ list of the “Top 10 Personal Injury Attorneys Under 40 in Ohio.”

Tittle & Perlmuter, LLC is pleased to announce that attorneys Allen Tittle and Scott Perlmuter have been named to the National Academy of Personal Injury Attorneys’ list of the “Top 10 Personal Injury Attorneys Under 40 in Ohio.” Being named to the “Top 10” places Mr. Tittle and Mr. Perlmuter amongst the less than 1% of lawyers nominated that are good enough to make the cut! These dynamic attorneys are not unfamiliar with receiving awards and distinguished honors. Among others, both have been named a Super Lawyer’s “Rising Star”, representing the top 2.5% of their profession in Ohio for lawyers 40 years old and younger.

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Allen Tittle Selected as a Top 40 Under 40 Attorney

Tittle & Perlmuter, LLC founder and attorney Allen Tittle has been selected by The National Trial Lawyers for membership to the “Top 40 Under 40.”

This selection distinguishes Mr. Tittle as one of the most qualified trial lawyers in Ohio. Mr. Tittle has received numerous awards and distinguished honors during his career including, the National Academy of Personal Injury Attorneys’

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What are the First Steps After a Car Accident?

If you’re involved in a motor vehicle accident and you’re able to move and locate your phone, call emergency services. It’s the first thing you should do. Even if the accident is not serious, still contact the police in order to fill our and file a police report. When you’re giving a statement to the police, do not speculate as to things about which you are unsure. Instead, give a short, concise statement of only the facts.

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When Should I Contact an Attorney?

An experienced car accident attorney will guide you through the insurance claims process. In fact, it’s crucial, so contact an attorney as soon as you can after the accident. Insurance companies want to settle your case for as little as possible. Therefore, they are focused on building their case from the outset. Hence, you need a car accident lawyer to protect your rights.

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What is a Statute of Limitations and What’s the Limit for a Car Accident in Ohio?

What is a Statute of Limitations?

That statute of limitations is the period of time within which you can pursue a claim or file a lawsuit for a particular action.

What’s the Statute of Limitations in Ohio?

Two years. With very few and rare exceptions, the injured victim has two years from the date of the accident in which to file a lawsuit in order to request compensation.

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Is Ohio a No-Fault State?

Ohio is not a no-fault state. This is an important fact when dealing with insurance claims. Car accident victims must either make a claim on the at-fault driver’s insurance, or, if the at-fault party is uninsured or is underinsured, he or she can use their uninsured or underinsured motorist coverage on their own policy, if such coverage was previously purchased.

How is Fault Determined in an Ohio Car Accident?

Ohio law governing the “rules of the road” is set forth in the Ohio Revised Code and judicial decisions interpreting the Ohio Revised Code in car accident cases. Usually, the primary factor in determining fault in the eyes of insurance companies will be the police report. Since the police are often first on the scene, and are impartial witnesses, their account of the accident is incredibly valuable.

Can Fault Be Shared by More than One Driver?

Yes. Fault can be apportioned between any involved driver. At times, the injured driver may be partially at fault for the accident. In car accidents involving multiple collisions, several drivers involved are often found to be at fault.