This is the ultimate ‘frequently asked question’ in our practice.
I am tired of seeing all the attack ads on TV. I evaluate the race for Governor based upon something that the TV ads never talk about: the Governor’s job
Our office recently tried a case in Judge Lanzinger’s court in the Summit County Court of Common Pleas. Judge Lanzinger is a relatively new judge and is running for re-election.
The process to resolve a personal injury claim has only grown longer and more complicated and much of that has to do with subrogation and reimbursement. Although the legal concepts
We have a client, we will call her Amanda. She just graduated from college and was looking for a job. She went on vacation with her boyfriend to Virginia Beach.
Like a zombie stubbornly shambling toward you, the McDonald’s coffee story refuses to go down, despite the fact that the real case is far different from what people have heard.
I consider trial by jury as the only anchor ever yet imagined by man, by which a government can be held to the principles of its constitution. -Thomas Jefferson Jury
When you go for medical treatment, the staff always asks for a copy of your health insurance information and then they bill your health insurance. If you are injured, the
The Ohio Legislature recently passed legislation beneficial for injury victims. If we represented you in the past, you may recall at the conclusion of the case, we discussed the various
A Letter to Our Clients Dear Clients, Friends, and Family: November 8, 2016 is Election Day and it is fast approaching. In addition to the high profile races saturating the airwaves,