We are a small Cincinnati law firm dedicated to providing our clients
with focused personal injury services. Our goal in every case is
to maximize the compensation which you are entitled to
recover. When we represent you, you will receive
individualized attention. You will speak directly with us,
and we will personally oversee all aspects of your case.
WE HANDLE MANY TYPES OF PERSONAL INJURY CLAIMS, INCLUDING
Wrongful Death in Trucking Accident
We represented the spouse and the family of a lady who was a pedestrian that was run over and killed by a semi-tractor trailer that had defective brakes. After retaining experts and cross-examining the driver, we were able to show that the trucking company patched a brake line that could have easily been replaced for a small amount of money. The case was settled before trial.
Settled for $2,150,000
Rotator Cuff Tear in Shoulder
Rib Fractures and Ulnar Fracture
Resolved for $200,000
Resolved for $224,000
An elderly man’s vehicle was broadsided in an intersection by a negligent driver. Our client suffered a rotator cuff tear, which required arthroscopic surgery to repair the shoulder. We were able to demonstrate how the shoulder injury interfered with our client’s hobbies, such as playing golf, and going bowling, and doing activities around the house, such as gardening.
An elderly man was a passenger in a car and was injured when a negligent driver ran through a stop sign and hit the car broadside. Our client had rib fractures, a fracture of the ulnar bone in his arm, and facial lacerations. As a result of the negligent party liability limits, which were inadequate to cover the claim, we also recovered under the Underinsured Motorists Coverage provision from our client’s auto insurance carrier.
Our client was rear ended on I-75, and suffered neck pain. She was treated with steroid injections in her neck, which only temporarily relieved her pain. She underwent neck surgery, referred to as a “Cervical Discectomy", to remove the bulging disc in her neck that was compressing the nerve.
Settled for $300,000
Man Struck by Forklift Suffers Low Back Injury
Low Back Injury Caused by Cargo Falling Out of Truck
Settled for $485,000
Settled for $235,000
Our client was a truck driver who was making a pick up at a warehouse. When he walked into the warehouse to find out when he would be able to pick up his load, the operator of a forklift loaded with pallets, drove around a corner and directly into our client. Our client suffered low back injuries, and required lumbar disc surgery.
We represented a lady who was driving on Interstate 275 when several rolls of tarp fell off of the back of a truck in front of her. When our client swerved to avoid the tarps, her vehicle rolled over. We established liability by relying on various provisions of the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Act that required loads to be secured. Our client underwent arthroscopic surgery to treat the disc injury that she incurred.
Injury Caused by Unmarked Excavation Site
While driving his Ford F-150, our client pulled off the road to turn around on a vacant lot. Unknown to our client, a building had been removed from the property, and the contractor left the 10-foot deep foundation area open, without any warning tape or signs. Our client drove into the hole, crashing 10-feet down to the bottom of the foundation, and suffered neck injuries.
Verdict of $198,897
Commercial Vehicle Veered into Path of SUV
Verdict of $919,000
Recovery of $300,000
Our client was driving on a 2-lane road when a commercial vehicle traveling in the oncoming lane suddenly veered across his path, causing a collision. Our client incurred injuries including a shoulder fracture and a hip fracture. We presented extensive testimony of the treating surgeon, and of an expert Accident Reconstructionist. The jury verdict was $919,000.
Our client was burning yard debris in his backyard when a neighbor unexpectedly threw Kerosene on the fire, resulting in burns to our client’s face, arms and hands. Although the neighbor did not intend to injure our client, we showed that under Ohio Law, Kerosene is an inherently dangerous product, and that the neighbor acted negligently when he violated a reasonable duty of care by throwing the Kerosene on the fire.
Our client was driving on a highway going up a hill when she saw a roll of carpet, rolling down the highway toward her. She swerved to avoid hitting the carpet, and her vehicle went airborne into the concrete median, causing severe bodily injuries. It was not known how the carpet roll ended up on the highway. We asserted a claim under the Uninsured Motorists Coverage Policy of our client’s auto insurance policy, which had limits of $100,000.
Verdict of $100,000
Settled for $90,000
Settled for $300,000
Our client was walking through the doorway at a commercial business when a self-closing door closed abruptly, striking her and knocking her to the floor, causing hip injuries. We retained an expert who viewed the door closer, and concluded that the door closer was not adjusted properly. We settled the claim for $90,000.
Our client tripped and fell over an unmarked edge of a handicap ramp, suffering a hip fracture. We retained an expert who rendered an opinion that the handicap ramp did not meet Ohio Building Code requirements, which require railings or contrasting color along the edge of the ramp for safety reasons.
Man Struck on
Our client was riding his Harley Davidson motorcycle when he was struck by a negligent driver who ran a stop sign. Our motorcyclist client was thrown into the air and suffered a fractured ankle and a fractured clavicle. The negligent party did not have insurance coverage. We settled the claim with the motorcyclist’s insurance carrier under his Uninsured Motorists Coverage policy for $400,000.
Settled for $400,000
Injuries Caused by Rear-End Collision
Recovery of $450,000
Settled of $250,000
We represented a 75-year old woman who was driving her SUV when she was rear-ended by a small commercial truck, and shoved into a telephone pole. She incurred neck injuries that required cervical disc surgery, and shoulder injuries. The case was settled for $450,000
Our client was rear-ended while he was stopped at a red light. He suffered painful neck injuries, and given cervical (neck) injections to try to alleviate the pain. He later underwent cervical (neck) disc fusion surgery to address continuing neck pain. We settled the claim at the limits of the negligent party’s policy, which were $250,000.
NOTE: Past case results do not indicate or guarantee future results. Every case has unique facts and circumstances and must be considered on its own merits.