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As personal injury lawyers, we understand the difficulties you face after a serious injury. You want to heal and move on with your life, but you’re owed fair compensation.

Turn 2 Tittle & Perlmuter

As personal injury lawyers, we understand the difficulties you face after a serious injury. You want to heal and move on with your life, but you’re owed fair compensation.

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"At Tittle & Perlmuter, we are not just lawyers; we are guardians of safety, committed to shaping a safer and more just community for everyone."

Personal Injury Attorneys

Cleveland - Chardon - Elyria - Sandusky - Surrounding Areas

After a medical mistake, birth injury, or serious car accident, you need skilled legal assistance to regain control of your life. For help with your personal injury or medical malpractice claim, you can trust the Cleveland law firm of Tittle & Perlmuter. Insurance companies and corporations have lawyers to protect their interests; let our personal injury lawyers fight for your interests.

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Helping Those Injured in Ohio

We understand that money can never bring back good health or a loved one, but it can help rebuild your life after an accident or injury. When you decide to hire Tittle & Perlmuter as your team, our goals will be the same as yours. We are on your side and will fight for you to help reclaim your life after suffering a catastrophic injury or the loss of a loved one. In fact, our Cleveland personal injury lawyers take a comprehensive approach to helping victims of negligence. We know that your immediate concerns include paying your bills and taking care of yourself and your family. Our law firm is dedicated to helping you recover financially from your accident.

Our Ohio Personal Injury Lawyers Get Justice For Our Clients

When is Another Party Liable in a Personal Injury Claim?

On a basic level, every personal injury claim has two key aspects: proving liability and establishing damages. State laws establish that certain parties owe a duty of care to act reasonably and responsibly in a given situation. If someone fails to uphold this legal obligation and another person gets hurt, this individual may be liable to provide compensation for all resulting losses.

When someone breaches their duty of care, they are said to be negligent. Injured claimants bear the burden of proving the defendant’s negligence. Our attorneys could work to establish liability in a Cleveland personal injury claim.

Our Dedicated Attorneys

At Tittle & Perlmuter, we take personal injury cases personally. We will stand up to insurance companies and aggressively pursue the full value of your claim. You will work directly with one of our attorneys, not just a paralegal or secretary.

Allen Tittle

Attorney

Scott Perlmuter

Attorney

Katie Harris

Attorney

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How to Know if You Have a Medical Malpractice Lawsuit

When should you file a medical malpractice lawsuit? How do you know if you have a case? The first thing you need to know is that there is a statute of limitations for any malpractice case. The statute of limitations for medical malpractice in the state of Ohio is one year from the date of the malpractice, one year from the date that you discovered the malpractice, or one year from the termination of the physician and patient relationship for the subject area of the malpractice. Secondly, you should be aware that each law firm has strict case criteria to accept a medical malpractice case. Common case criteria for a medical malpractice lawsuit are death, paralysis, loss of a limb, traumatic brain injury, or some type of catastrophic injury that resulted in a significant economic loss. Why are the case criteria so strict for medical malpractice cases? Ohio has tort reform that protects doctors and hospitals which makes medical malpractice cases very difficult and expensive to prosecute. Ohio also has damage caps on specific types of claims. If you have questions about whether you should pursue a medical malpractice case or when to file a claim, contact an experienced medical malpractice lawyer.

What are Traumatic Brain Injuries?

Traumatic brain injures (TBIs) can happen as a result of car accidents, semi-truck crashes, medical malpractice or negligence, or some other type of accident. 1.7 million people in the United States suffer traumatic brain injuries every year. Traumatic brain injuries are considered very catastrophic because they are life-altering injuries that change your life forever. The two most common causes of traumatic brain injuries are blunt force trauma and lack of oxygen to the brain. For example, if you’re in a car crash and hit your head, you could suffer a traumatic brain injury. Additionally, if you have a stroke and your brain is deprived of oxygen, it could result in a TBI. Traumatic brain injury symptoms are very similar to a concussion because a concussion is a type of brain injury. Common TBI symptoms include headaches, vomiting, and dizziness. If you experience these symptoms you need to seek medical attention immediately because you could have a brain bleed causing the brain to swell. If a brain bleed is not addressed with the proper medical treatment, it could lead to death. A lack of oxygen to the brain could result in one-sided paralysis, weakness of the limbs, or long-term and short-term memory loss. What makes traumatic brain injuries unique is that you can look at someone and think they look perfectly fine, but in reality, they have suffered a traumatic injury that has changed their life. If you or a loved one has suffered a traumatic brain injury as a result of someone else’s negligence, contact an experienced attorney.

What To Do if You’re Hit By a Semi-Truck

Did you know that 327,000 crashes involve semi-trucks every year? Accidents involving big rigs can result in catastrophic injuries because they are so large and heavy. 18-wheeler drivers have specific rules and regulations they must follow. Remember, semi-truck drivers are trying to get from point A to B as fast as possible, which is not safe. Potential causes of a semi-truck accident could involve a driver not checking the brakes, not knowing how to fully operate the rig, or not taking the proper mandated breaks. If you or a loved one have been injured in a car crash involving a semi-truck, it is best to contact a lawyer as soon as possible.

Pursuing Recovery with Our Cleveland Personal Injury Lawyers

Following an accident, injured parties may need support to pay for their medical bills and provide financial security to their family. Sadly, recovering compensation can be difficult. Defendants and their insurers are known to fight hard to limit their liability. Our civil claims lawyers fight back. At Tittle & Perlmuter, we know that money is not everything, but we also understand that injured parties need full compensation to move forward after an accident.

There is no specific amount of payments that an injured plaintiff may demand. Every incident resulting in an injury is unique. However, most claims demand compensation for losses related to medical expenses, physical injury, loss of current or future income.

When going through the legal claims process there are many complex procedures that a claimant must follow. Not only does an accident need to be carefully investigated so that an injured party can present compelling evidence, but they also need to comply with all filing deadlines and the court’s rules and procedures.

Even a minor mistake could have devastating consequences. With so much on the line, it is crucial that you hire an experienced Cleveland personal injury lawyer if you want to take legal action for your losses. When you work with our law firm, we could ensure that your case is handled properly and that your legal rights and financial interests are protected effectively at every stage of the process.

Tittle & Perlmuter Cares - Community Involvement

Tittle & Perlmuter’s Founding Attorney, Allen Tittle, became an attorney for one reason – to help people. To that end, the firm actively supports the leaders of tomorrow by focusing on giving to teens. Allen and Scott believe in programs that encourage the growth of leadership, character, and discipline for teens and works to help teens develop these important characteristics through various outlets. Allen sits on the board of directors of Teen Leadership Corps, a non-profit organization dedicated to empowering teens to achieve their leadership potential through a character and service-based curriculum administered by high schools. The firm also supports the Greater Cleveland community through initiatives and outreach.