A personal injury can take many forms, but no matter what shape it takes, it can be permanently life-changing. Sustaining a personal injury, whether it was due to negligence or malice, can make it hard for you to live your daily life without an acute awareness of how your injury has made your day-to-day living a challenge. Whether you were injured at work by a mechanical failure, suffered from medical malpractice while receiving treatment for an unrelated condition at the hospital, you were driving down I-71 and were rammed by a drunk driver, or even if you were bitten by your neighbor’s dog, you may have a personal injury case against the responsible party who has wronged you.
Personal injuries are never as simple. While that alone can be devastating and can deal a serious blow to your quality of life, a personal injury is a malignant gift that keeps on giving. It can take a toll on your mental health, leading to depression or PTSD. After a personal injury, you may find yourself in an endless stream of doctor’s appointments, rehabilitation, and physical therapy to help you recover from it. A personal injury can also prevent you from working, putting a strain on your bank account as medical bill after medical bill piles up on your desk. Interpersonal relationships may suffer.
I’ll be the first to admit that it bothers me when I see an innocent person like yourself suffering due to a personal injury. I hate seeing people hurting, and I hate seeing the negligent party walking away without even a slap on the back of their wrist. That’s why I have dedicated nearly 40 years of my life representing people just like you, who have suffered from a personal injury and may not be certain what recourse they may have for it.
There are many different types of personal injury that can occur, and I have represented numerous clients in a variety of personal injury cases. These can include, but are not limited to:
- Medical malpractice: This occurs when a doctor fails to give you the quality of care that you would expect from them.
- Automobile accidents: This can include car, truck, and motorcycle accidents.
- Work related injuries or illnesses: These include catastrophic injuries, acute illnesses, and even injuries that can appear over time.
- Birth injuries: A birth injury can harm either the mother or the baby, or both, and include problems like cerebral palsy, uterine rupture, or death to the victims.
- Catastrophic injuries: These can turn your life upside down, leading to loss of limb or function, and include traumatic brain injuries (TBI), crush injuries, and dog bite injuries.
If you have suffered from a personal injury, I strongly advise that you do not try to handle this by yourself. There are so many questions you may have, and trying to tackle it on your own can just lead to frustration and even possibly losing your case. If your injury was due to medical malpractice, you were permanently disabled because of it, or you’re getting the runaround from the insurance company, you need me on your side.
I have served the greater Cleveland, Ohio, area as one of the top personal injury lawyers in the state. I have the skill and the experience to aggressively represent you, and when I take on your case, I will not only work tirelessly to help you get the financial restitution you deserve after your personal injury, I will also work to change any policies that were in place that led to your injury. It’s bad enough that you’re hurting. If I can prevent anyone else from being hurt like you have been, that can help restore justice to the world.
As your lawyer, I know that your time is valuable, especially if you’re shuttling to and from doctor’s appointments and trying to put the pieces of your life back together after your personal injury. That’s why I’ll make sure you never have to feel like you’re jumping through hoops to find me. I’ll come to you, whether you want me to meet you in your home or in the hospital. I’ll also give you my personal cell phone number. If you need to reach out to me, please do not hesitate to do so, even if it’s the middle of the night.
I understand that money is probably tight during this time for you, which is why I work on a contingency basis when I take your case. My fee comes from a portion of your compensation, so you don’t pay a single cent to have me as your lawyer. I’m also not afraid to take on major hospitals or corporations; I take on Big Cases with Big Results. If you have endured pain and suffering due to a personal injury in the state of Ohio, you need to call me immediately at 1 (877) 944-4373 for a free consultation. I’ll get you the restitution that you deserve, and I’ll Make Them Pay!®