When it comes to personal injury claims, countless people who are injured in an accident are already dealing with a condition or injury to their body, more commonly referred to as a “pre-existing condition.” Examples of pre-existing medical conditions are head injury, back pain, neck pain, and other aches and pains. Can a pre-existing condition…

If you have been hurt or injured in Ohio due to the negligence of another party, the law allows you to sue that party for your damages. These damages include present and future medical expenses, lost wages, as well as pain and suffering. Of course, your right to sue does not last forever. A legal…

“Pain and suffering” is a term commonly heard and used—but not many people know this is a key factor in any personal injury lawsuit. When an injured individual wins a personal injury case, he or she may receive damages for pain and suffering. These damages are often a monetary amount awarded to the injured person…

Rape is generally defined as sexual intercourse without consent that is committed by threat of force, injury, or some form of duress—and is one of the most traumatic and horrifying experiences an individual may ever have to go through. Different kinds of rape include stranger rape, date rape, gang rape or multiple rate, acquaintance rape,…

WCPO Cincinnati reports that an Anderson Township woman has experienced an “exploding” washing machine, highlighting a problem Samsung is having with many of their defective washers. The problem is so bad there is even a Facebook page dedicated to the matter. Samsung admits the problem and says it affects top-loading machines manufactured between March 2011…

Columbus OH Car Accident Claims

In any car accident claim, fault is considered to be one of the most critical components taken into consideration. When a claim for damages resulting from an accident is filed, the first thing that needs to be determined is the party that caused the accident. The party believed to be at fault is the party…

As a client, you may have many questions about your attorney-client relationship. You may wonder if you are allowed to change lawyers for any reason or if changing lawyers would damage your case. You may be concerned whether a new lawyer could be brought up to speed fast enough to get you the results you…

If you are looking to find a personal injury lawyer in Ohio, it is very unlikely you will need to pay any upfront fees if the lawyer believes your case has merit. There will be no down hourly payments to be made. This is because most personal injury attorneys in the state handle claims on…

Pokémon Go is all the rage. The app was created by Niantic, Inc. and is published by the Pokémon company which is one-third owned by Nintendo. The game application works on your smartphone. It overlays images of Pokémon characters on your phone’s camera screen. Looking at your local firehouse through your phone’s camera? You might…

Bikers Ignored:6 Ways Drivers Endanger Bikers Drivers are often ignorant when it comes to safely sharing the road with motorcyclists. Not stupid, but they are simply unaware and uneducated. Putting aside the fact that drivers are more distracted than riders; most drivers don’t know what safe biking looks like, yet alone that a bike is…

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