Putting together a strong demand package is critical to the success of the claim. More times than not, insurance adjusters offer a very small sum of money and play “hardball” during negotiations, when a case is not well documented. […]
Did you know that the owner of a vehicle is potentially liable for an accident involving a driver of that vehicle?
The basic principle is called negligent entrustment. If the owner knows or has reason to know any of the […]
If a dog bites you, against whom can you bring a claim? The owner of the dog is an obvious choice, but many tenants do not have renter’s insurance.
Landlords can be held liable for dog bites/injuries under limited circumstances. […]
If your vehicle is in an accident, most insurance companies will only pay the vehicle’s repair cost (assuming it is not totaled). What about the diminished value of the vehicle? The resale value of a vehicle that has been […]
Ohio’s Good Samaritan Statute, R.C. 2305.23, was recently tested in Carter v. Reese, 148 Ohio St.3d 226 (2016). […]