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Uber Lawsuit: Liability Issues Concerning Popular Mode of Transportation

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Uber, a new smart phone app-based cab service, is becoming so popular it may be putting Taxi-Cab services out of business. You’ve probably heard of Uber; you’ve used it, you have friends who used it, or you could even be a driver yourself. Uber makes it incredibly easy to secure transportation. You simply have to […]

Avoiding Car Accidents in Cleveland, Ohio: How to Prepare for Winter Weather Driving

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After the holidays, the longest part of Winter in Ohio begins. We will be fighting the snow for the next two, three, or maybe even four months. Winter weather presents a number of challenges for Ohio drivers. It is important to prepare for the Winter driving season to avoid accidents, and other road hazards. Here are […]

Medical Malpractice: How Expert Witnesses Help Me Fight for You

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Medical malpractice and birth injury lawsuits are incredibly complex. If you or someone you love was made the victim of a medical mistake, it is important to find an attorney who has experience in the area of medical malpractice and medical negligence. Just as important as it is to find a lawyer with experience, it […]

Texting and Driving: The Leading Cause of Accidents in Ohio

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Texting and driving is now the leading cause of auto accidents in Ohio.  As many as 800,000 people per day text or talk on cell phones while driving.  According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, texting and driving is six times more dangerous than drinking and driving. When a person reads or sends a […]

Ohio Car Accident Numbers on the Rise over the Holiday Season

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The holiday season is upon us! From the week of Thanksgiving until after the new year we spend our time celebrating with family and friends – Christmas shopping, get-togethers, going out for drinks to catch up. With the hustle and bustle of the holidays, the roads can become dangerous for drivers. In Ohio, 19 deaths and hundreds […]

Are Non-Medical “Keepsake Ultrasounds” Putting your Unborn Baby in Danger?

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“Keepsake ultrasounds” have become more and more popular in recent years despite the FDA warning against them; “Keepsake ultrasounds” are ultrasounds taken in a non-medical setting and used for non-medical purposes.  These ultrasounds promise to offer a more detailed look at the fetus. Packages usually include a set number of 3-D ultrasound images, and video set […]

Will My Prior Injuries Effect My Car Accident Claim?

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When someone with prior injuries is involved in a car accident, he or she often wonders if their prior injuries will effect their ability to file a car accident claim. As a personal injury lawyer, I have had many people ask me that very question, and my answer is always the same – DON’T EVER […]

Ohio Lawmakers Propose Law to Shield Doctors from Admitting Medical Malpractice in Court

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Imagine finding out you or your loved one was injured, or even killed, as the result of a medical mistake. What if your doctor told you it was his fault? Ohio is proposing a new law that would prevent victims of medical malpractice from using doctors’ admissions of fault against them in court. As a […]

Who Will Pay My Medical Bills After an Accident?

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When you’re involved in an accident, you may incur medical bills – medical bills that need to be paid right away. A common assumption is that the party at fault for the accident is responsible for covering the cost of medical bills; however, that is not the case. Generally speaking, you are responsible for initially paying your […]

Cleveland Truck Accident Lawyer Supports Safe Haul Act

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Cleveland Truck Accident Lawyer Supports The Safe Haul Act  Interstate commerce is an integral part of our busy lives. Truck drivers spend countless hours on the road, because consumers and businesses alike rely on them to be efficient, effective, and safe. Trucking is big business and as such, profit is of primary importance to trucking […]