What You Need to Know About Car Accident Settlements

Contrary to what you might think, most personal injury claims arising from car accidents do not require a lengthy trial. Negligent defendants–and their insurance companies–are[…]

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Ohio Court Upholds $212,700 Personal Injury Award for Staircase Accident

Premises liability refers to a specific type of personal injury claim where a property owner’s negligence leads to the injury of a person who is[…]

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Understanding the Catastrophic Injury Exception to Ohio’s Cap on Personal Injury Awards

In 2005, Ohio legislators decided to restrict the ability of personal injury victims to seek damages in court. Under the Ohio Tort Reform Act (OTRA)[…]

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Appeals Court Upholds $1.489 Million Wrongful Death Judgment Against ODOT

Many car accidents are the result not just of negligent driving, but of poor roadway maintenance as well. And while the government is generally “not[…]

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How Ohio Law Treats Malpractice Claims Involving “Foreign Objects”

One of the more common–and frightening–forms of medical malpractice occurs when a doctor manages to somehow leave a “foreign object” inside of a patient. Depending[…]

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Cleveland Appeals Court Upholds Seven-Figure Personal Injury Verdict Following Car Accident

The Ohio Constitution guarantees every personal injury victim the right to have his or her claim tried by a jury. Of course, when victims prevail[…]

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Akron Hospital Faces Malpractice Lawsuit After Psychiatric Patient’s Suicide

There are approximately 1,600 deaths due to suicide each year in Ohio, according to figures from the Ohio Suicide Prevention Foundation. While every suicide is[…]

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Appeals Court Upholds Multi-Million Dollar Car Accident Verdict Against East Cleveland

There is an old expression, “You can’t fight city hall!” This is actually not true, at least with respect to personal injury claims. A city[…]

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Is the State of Ohio Liable for a Car Accident Caused by Poor Road Signage?

When it comes to a car accident, there may be more parties at-fault than just the negligent driver. In some cases, a state or municipal[…]

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Is an Employer Always Responsible for Car Accidents Caused by Employees?

Establishing who is financially responsible for a car accident is often more difficult than you might think. For example, let’s say you are injured in[…]

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  • I was in a car accident. The insurance company only offered $2,500 to settle my car case. Attorney Allen Tittle took the matter to trial, and after four days, obtained a jury verdict of $75,000 which is 30 times more than what I was offered. He fights for his clients and obtains justice. I would highly recommend him.
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