13
Oct
2014

In a recent 8th Appellate District Case entitled Washington v. Geico, 2014 Ohio 4375, the Court affirmed a lower court decision denying uninsured motorist coverage to a passenger in a hit and run situation. The case involved a 2011 car accident wherein the plaintiff was traveling as a passenger in a car driven by an

30
Jun
2012

Because each auto accident situation is unique, there are many things to consider depending upon one’s specific situation. This article, however, is intended to shed some light upon some common considerations.  First: Get Medical Attention Early This one sounds like a “no-brainer” but many individuals call me weeks -or even months!- after an accident and

25
Mar
2012

Following a Cincinnati car accident, you may be eligible for monetary compensation for injuries, medical bills, lost wages, pain and suffering, and other damages. Many auto accident cases involve complex issues including liability (i.e., fault), insurance coverage, and causation of damages. Sometimes issues are involved that are not readily apparent. Consulting with an experienced lawyer

04
Feb
2012

Getting into a Cincinnati car wreck with any type of car or other automobile can present difficult legal situations. Dealing with a commercial insurance carrier can present an extra layer of complexity, particularly where the accident involves an individual who was working at the time of the crash. Determining who will pay the bills to

08
Jan
2012

Choosing a lawyer after you have been involved in a car accident or work injury can be a very frustrating experience. Oftentimes injured persons are swamped with mail from lawyers seeking their business. One may also get advice from friends or family members who have dealt with a particular lawyer in the past.  Making sure

09
Dec
2011

Following a work accident an injured employee may be hounded by collectors for outstanding balances with hospitals, doctors offices, physical therapy offices and more. In Ohio, if the injured employee has an allowed workers comp claim, those bills should be submitted to an MCO (managed care organization) or self-insured employer.  The bill will need to