As an attorney with over 30 years’ experience, I have taken on hundreds of auto accident cases. Helping my clients recover is my highest priority, but often I wish these victims had known their rights prior to an incident. If you don’t know what to do ahead of time, the chaos and shock following an…

ohio no texting while driving

Drivers using hand-held electronic devices while driving in Ohio will now be subject to prosecution. Police and state troopers will issue just warnings — instead of $150 tickets — for the first six months. Teens must especially be careful: While texting behind the wheel will be a secondary offense for adults — meaning they have…

ohio distracted driving law

According to the American Automobile Association, approximately 50% of U.S. teenagers admit to texting while driving. Perhaps even more frightening, studies have shown that at any given moment, over 800,000 people are texting, making calls, or using a hand-held cell phone while driving in the U.S.–and that number is growing every day. Texting while driving…

ohio brain injury doctor examines xray

Following a car, truck, or motorcycle accident, the most dangerous type of injury that can occur is often the least noticeable. Mild brain injuries do not always have obvious signs, and some symptoms do not appear until long after the accident. Unfortunately, this type of injury also often requires expensive medical treatment and rehabilitation, resulting…

Many people mistakenly believe that if they pay for a disability insurance policy, their insurer will stand by them in the event of a claim. Sadly, this is not always the case. The very company of which you were a loyal customer for many years may suddenly feel like your adversary. The insurer may deny…

Following an Ohio personal injury, you may face debilitating injuries and overwhelming financial expenses. Fortunately, you may be entitled to damages to help ease the burden that you face following the injury. In order to protect your rights to recovery, however, it is essential that you contact a qualified legal professional as quickly as possible….

According to the Columbus Dispatch, Pernell D. Yates of Newark, Ohio was killed on Monday when his motorcycle was struck by a car in Licking County. The car was being driven by Toni Mosca of Grove City, who apparently went left of center on Northridge Road and struck Mr. Yates motorcycle head on.

According to the Columbus Dispatch, Hector A. Walker Sr. was killed Sunday morning while riding a 2003 Suzuki motorcycle eastbound on Livingston Ave. in Columbus. A 2002 Pontiac Grand Prix, driven by Lawrence M. White, apparently cut in front of Mr. Walker, causing the motorcycle to strike the car. Mr. Walker was pronounced dead at…

The Fitch Law Firm filed a brief today in the Ohio Supreme Court on behalf of one of its sexual abuse victims, Jessica Simpkins, in her case against the Delaware Grace Brethren Church. In 2008, Jessica, then 15, was twice raped by her pastor, Brian Williams. A jury awarded her 3.5 million dollars in pain…

A USA Today recent investigation revealed that more than 70,000 untested rape kits in more than 1000 police agencies. The article, in the weekend edition for July 17-19, 2015, postulated that of the 18,000 police agencies nationwide, untested kits could run into the hundreds of thousands. The investigation revealed a wide spread discrepancy how police…

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