Back to the top
Tim Misny

car accident lawyer

PROUDLY REPRESENTING VICTIMS OF BIRTH INJURY, MEDICAL MISTAKES, AND CATASTROPHIC ACCIDENTS THROUGHOUT THE UNITED STATES FOR 38 YEARS

[]
1 Step 1
Ask Tim a Question
Name
Phone Number
Your Question for Timmore details
0 /
Previous
Next

Five Myths About Winter Car Crashes in Cleveland

January, February, and other winter months can be rough for driving in Cleveland. While car accidents can happen at any time of the year, winter weather crashes can be particularly severe. Wintry weather like sleet and snow can come on relatively quickly, and squalls can make it nearly impossible to see the road in front...Continue reading

If I Am Partially at Fault for a Car Accident, Should I Still File a Claim?

Getting hurt in a Cleveland car crash is devastating. You may need weeks, months, or even years of medical care before you are able to get your life back. Sometimes injuries are so severe and debilitating that the car accident victim never recovers. If you know the other driver is at fault, it can be...Continue reading

How to Avoid a Lane Change Accident

The Ohio State Highway Patrol recently confirmed that a four-vehicle accident resulted in the death of a man in Alliance. The accident occurred when a driver entered the eastbound lane to pass a second vehicle. The first vehicle then collided with a third vehicle, which was traveling in the opposite direction. The first vehicle then...Continue reading

How to Respond If You Lose Control of Your Vehicle

In late November, the Ohio State Highway Patrol reported that an accident occurred in Pataskala resulting in the deaths of two individuals. The accident occurred when the driver’s vehicle went left of center and exited the road. The vehicle then went airborne and collided with multiple trees. Both the driver and the vehicle’s only passenger...Continue reading

Texting Accidents: New Jersey Court Extends Liability to the Sender of the Text

Ever since text messaging became a mainstay in today’s society, texting and driving has been a hot topic of conversation. We’ve all heard stories about people sued for causing accidents while texting and driving, but who else should be held accountable for the accident? A question most haven’t considered is whether the sender of a...Continue reading

Ohio Car Accident Lawsuits: Dangers of Ignored and Misdiagnosed Internal Injuries

After a serious car accident, you may exhibit many physical injuries – contusions, bleeding, broken bones, and burns. However, you may have suffered less obvious injuries, and not even know it. Internal injuries are defined as any trauma that involves the organs or cavities of the body. Internal injuries are often more serious than outward injuries and are...Continue reading

Texting and Driving: The Leading Cause of Accidents in Ohio

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...Continue reading

Ohio Car Accident Numbers on the Rise over the Holiday Season

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...Continue reading

Will My Prior Injuries Effect My Car Accident Claim?

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...Continue reading

Who Will Pay My Medical Bills After an Accident?

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...Continue reading
Superflick

LOREM ISPUM STUDIO presents a DOLOR AMET production a JOHN DOE picture ANITA SADLER ROBERT REYNOLDS
A Top Notch VIDEO Oriented WORDPRESS Theme by WOLFTHEMES

©2020 Copyright - The Law Offices of Tim Misny - Site by The InterCon Group