Jan 25th, 2018
Paulozzi Joseph Personal Injury, Truck Accidents

Ohio’s Good Samaritan Statute, R.C. 2305.23, was recently tested in Carter v. Reese, 148 Ohio St.3d 226 (2016). In Carter, a person moving a tractor-trailer that had pinned Carter’s leg between the trailer and the loading dock was sued for injuries. The Court analyzed various terms in the Statute and held that immunity applied to: […]

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Dec 14th, 2017

How many doors do you walk through a day? You probably walk through a number of exterior doorways with some type of elevated strip at the threshold. Sometimes there are even small to full size steps at the threshold. These conditions can cause people to fall and severely injure themselves. Many lawyers will not touch […]

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May 24th, 2017
Paulozzi Joseph Personal Injury

By: Todd Rosenberg, Esq., Brooklyn Heights, OH Many people believe that bad faith can only be used in a first- party case such as a UM/UIM or med pay claim. However, bad faith is a highly overlooked “club” that plaintiffs’ lawyers can use to get larger settlements in third-party tort claims. It is also surprising […]

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