I hope that your Christmas was a happy and healthy one shared with family and friends. As we approach the New Year, if you are anything like me, you think about two things: Dropping the holiday weight; and Making a realistic New Year’s resolution. Let’s forget about number one because I’m going to eat what […]
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About Tim Misny
Ohio Personal Injury lawyer serving Cleveland, Akron/Canton, Columbus and Cincinnati. Practice areas include: Personal Injury, Birth Injury, Medical Malpractice, Wrongful Death, Workplace Injury, Vehicle Accidents and more.
Practicing attorney for more than 33 years and have garnered hundreds of millions of dollars of compensation for my clients.
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The biggest con job that has ever been perpetrated on the American consumer is tort reform. The far reaching and powerful insurance lobbyists were able to sell a big lie to the American people. In essence, they said that frivolous lawsuits, particularly medical malpractice claims, were the reason our healthcare costs and doctors’ malpractice insurance […]
Two years ago, a family friend gave my son, Max, a rather unique birthday present. He made a donation in Max’s name to the City Mission. Truth be told, I have driven past the City Mission thousands of times but never thought about stopping in. For some reason, I wanted to hand deliver the donation […]
Recently, Pfizer paid a $2 billion fine and GlaxoSmithKline coughed up $3 billion in fines for failing to report safety data about the diabetes drug, Avandia. Yet the costly Avandia settlement doesn’t seem to have changed the way pharmaceuticals are marketed. The only way to stop pharmaceutical companies from continuing to market and sell drugs […]
A 45-year-old man suffered the amputation of both arms when a device malfunctioned. His arms were surgically reattached. A mechanical engineering expert established that the equipment was negligently designed and manufactured, a Ph.D. economist computed his diminished earning capacity, and a life-care planner delineated the cost of future medical procedures and therapy necessary to maintain […]