There are several things car crash victims must prove to validate a claim for compensation. They not only need to prove that they suffered an injury, but they must also prove the connection between that injury […]Read more.
Car insurance companies use various strategies to find reasons to devalue or even deny claims filed by crash victims. Some strategies are less common than others, like hiring a private investigator. Typically, insurance companies only do […]Read more.
Many personal injury claims involve one at-fault party, such as a driver, product manufacturer or property owner. However, sometimes there are multiple at-fault parties, including the victim. Like many states, Ohio allows victims who are partially […]Read more.
Many auto accidents are the result of one driver failing to yield the right of way to another. These crashes can result in serious injuries, particularly if one or both vehicles involved were traveling at high […]Read more.
Companies that offer dangerous or life-threatening activities often ask their customers to sign a liability waiver. For example, before you go skydiving, use equipment at a gym/fitness center or go rock climbing, you may be asked […]Read more.
Do you know when you are required to report a car crash? Many people, when involved with what at first seems to be a minor motor vehicle accident, will not call the police or report the […]Read more.
Many injury victims are anxious about returning to work because they need the money to pay their bills. Not working for even a few days, much less weeks or longer, can be financially devastating for many […]Read more.
Friedman, Domiano & Smith Senior Partner Marco Bocciarelli did an interview earlier this week on New Day Cleveland about uninsured motorist coverage. Watch him discuss the importance of protecting yourself in case you get into a […]Read more.
Even though Ohio drivers are required to purchase liability insurance in case they cause an accident, some choose not to. You never know when you may be sharing the road with one or more of these […]Read more.
Friedman, Domiano & Smith’s main office is now in Suite 1675. We have moved from Suite 1055. We are still in the same building at 55 Public Square. We have been representing the injured in Northeast […]Read more.
Despite what you hear in their advertisements, car insurance companies are not committed to your best interests. They are committed to their bottom line, which means they process claims based on what will make them money […]Read more.
Car insurance companies often tell crash victims that providing a recorded statement about the accident can help speed up the legal process. Insurance companies want you to believe they are on your side and are committed […]Read more.