How Does a Wrongful Death Case Work?

First, a legal definition Although laws regarding wrongful death vary from state to state, the basic definition of wrongful is relatively consistent. In Ohio, a wrongful death is one that’s caused by the wrongful act, neglect, or default of another person. If the victim, had they survived, would have been entitled to compensation from a […]

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What Can You Sue for In a Personal Injury Case?

If you’ve been involved in a personal injury incident due to the negligence of another—whether from a motor vehicle accident, slip and fall, defective product, dog bite, or anything else—there’s one question you may find yourself asking: What exactly can I sue for? What type of damages are considered fair and equitable to ask for? […]

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How Does a Contingent Pay Structure in a Personal Injury Case Work?

What exactly is a contingent pay structure? With a contingent pay structure, also known as a contingency fee agreement, an attorney agrees to take on your personal injury case for a percentage of any compensation awarded, and only receives attorney’s fees contingent on whether your case is resolved successfully. You pay no upfront legal fees […]

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Who Can You Sue in a Commercial Trucking Accident?

80,000 pound weapon America runs on the back of the commercial trucking industry, but when things go wrong—an over-tired driver on the road too long or under the influence, negligent driving, an improperly loaded truck, an improperly maintained vehicle, faulty equipment—a commercial truck becomes an 80,000 pound weapon that can cause injury or death. Who […]

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