We provide an initial free consultation to discuss your legal situation. You can contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org, by phone at (330) 626-1212, or in person. We are open Monday through Friday and are available for night and weekend consultations by appointment only.
When you are charged with a crime in the State of Ohio, you want to be sure that your rights are protected in the best manner possible. When you are facing criminal charges that could drastically impact your life in a negative way, it is in your best interests to speak to an experienced criminal lawyer as soon as possible.
Personal injury claims can arise from vehicular accidents, accidental shootings, dog bites, slip and fall cases for example. Contact us for all matters where you sustained an injury that was incurred through no fault of your own. We can assist in evaluating your case.
There is an area of law that requires a showing that a doctor deviated from the ordinary and reasonable duties of medical practice and that bodily injuries occurred. This area of law requires expertise in law as well as medicine. Contact us to meet an attorney to discuss your potential malpractice claim.
If you have been injured while working or sustained an occupational disease, please contact us to evaluate whether you have a legal claim. Depending on the unique facts of your case, a workers’ compensation case may be feasible.
Our office has prepared hundreds of wills for over 30 years. A Last Will and Testament is a document that we prepare to determine who would receive your assets upon death. A will also lets you select an executor which is a person who will administer your estate. Contact us to schedule an appointment.
Accident and injury cases can be very upsetting to deal with as a victim of another person’s negligence. You deserve the resources and assistance when you have been severely injured in an accident. The person responsible for your accident can and should be held accountable for his or her actions.
It is best to speak to an experienced attorney before making any significant decisions for a loved one. This gives you the right to select an agent to make healthcare decisions on your behalf, if you are unable to make them yourself. Additionally, if you are incapacitated you can direct your agent not to employ measures to keep you alive artificially. Please contact us to assess your case.
This is a broad term encompassing everything that is not criminal in nature. More specifically, we spend considerable time pursuing claims for bodily injuries, both in court as well as administratively before the Ohio Bureau of Workers’ Compensation and Industrial Commission of Ohio.