Pain and suffering refer to the physical and emotional damage caused by a personal injury. While pain and suffering are quite real for victims, these damages can be tough to quantify. Each injury is unique, and […]Read more.
Most car crashes are the result of negligent actions in the moments before impact. There are also accidents that result from negligence in the days or weeks before the collision occurred. For example, failing to add […]Read more.
Crash victims often have many questions about what to do next, particularly if the driver who caused the crash was killed. Can you still file an insurance claim? What about a lawsuit? Crash victims may also […]Read more.
There are two main ways a personal injury case may resolve. Most often the insurance company and the victim’s attorney will agree to a settlement out of court. Less commonly, a case will go to court […]Read more.
Drowsy driving has become an epidemic across the nation. There are far too many people who do not get nearly enough sleep each day. However, this does not stop them from getting behind the wheel to […]Read more.
So many of us post on social media each day, often multiple times per day. We post about so many things that it is not surprising personal injury victims would post about the accident, their injuries […]Read more.
Sometimes it seems impossible to get two sides to reach an agreement that resolves a dispute. This may happen with many car crash claims, as insurance companies are always trying to avoid paying full compensation to […]Read more.
There are new developments in the investigation into a daycare worker who was charged after a 15-month-old toddler suffered a broken leg. Friedman, Domiano & Smith partner Marco Bocciarelli is preparing a civil lawsuit on behalf […]Read more.
The FOX 8 I-Team released video footage from an Avon Lake daycare center where a 15-month-old child suffered a broken leg. The video shows a daycare worker picking the child up by the arm and dropping […]Read more.
Back injuries can be debilitating and require expensive, ongoing treatment. That is why car insurance companies want to find any reason to deny a claim for a back injury or a reason to justify a lowball […]Read more.