When you are hurt, be it in a slip and fall, auto accident, work mishap, or any other type of accident, obtaining compensation for your damages is one of your top priorities.
If you or a loved one recently sustained severe or fatal injuries in a car accident, explore your legal options as soon as possible because you may be entitled to compensation to cover your losses.
If you or your loved one was recently injured in a motorcycle wreck, contact an injury attorney to discuss your legal options. You may qualify for compensation for your damages.
Truck accident cases are, by nature, quite complex. They require careful investigation, knowledge of federal trucking laws, and a good amount of tenacity to combat carriers’ legal teams.
When someone dies as a result of another’s negligence or misconduct, the deceased’s surviving family members can seek compensation for their losses via a wrongful death claim.
If you sustained an injury or occupational illness, you are entitled to certain workers’ compensation benefits provided by your employer.
Dog attacks are exceptionally traumatic experiences, often causing serious injuries, severe emotional harm, and even post-traumatic stress disorder. Ohio law provides that victims may be able to hold the dog owner liable for damages.
If you slipped or tripped and fell on another’s premises or at a place of business, such as due to a loose carpet or wet floors, you can file a premises liability claim with the owner’s liability insurer and demand payment for damages.
If you have been charged with a DUI, an offense the State of Ohio refers to as OVI or operating a vehicle while under the influence, it is vital to understand your legal rights and responsibilities, as well as the penalties you may face. Similarly, if you received any traffic citation, understand what rights you have so you may better exercise them and push for a more positive resolution.
Your employer has a duty to keep you and your coworkers safe from foreseeable harm. If you were injured in an accident while working at a construction site, you may be entitled to workers’ compensation regardless of who caused it. You may also be entitled to recover damages via a third-party lawsuit.