How a bad attitude can hurt your personal injury case
Posted in Accident & Injury on November 19, 2019
By William J. Price A personal injury client's credibility and character have an underestimated impact on the value and outcome of their case. Tensions run high after serious accidents and the physical, emotional, and financial traumas can lead victims to say or do things they usually wouldn't. Treating people poorly in the aftermath of...
How do I document my struggle to recover from an auto accident?
Posted in Accident & Injury on November 5, 2019
By William J. Price After an auto accident, a jury can decide to compensate you for both the injuries you suffered in the crash and the struggles you experienced throughout your recovery. Many clients face the same problem at trial: you look healthy and happy, you're back to work, and you can do all...
Why Hire a Car Accident Lawyer
Posted in Accident & Injury on October 25, 2019
By William J. Price When you're trying to get back on your feet after a serious accident, there is no substitute for the advice of an experienced lawyer. Family, friends, and acquaintances may have your best interests in mind, but they often overlook issues that could hurt the value of your claim and leave...
September School Safety: 3 tips for safe drop-off and pick-up
Posted in Accident & Injury on September 30, 2019
Throughout the month of September, we’ve been sharing safety tips to protect our students in and around their schools and buses. Check out Part 1 and Part 2 of our September School Safety Series. By Michael Eisner Whether you're running late for work or hurrying to get the kids home after school, drop-off and...
School Safety: When do you have to stop for a school bus in Ohio?
Posted in Accident & Injury on September 11, 2019
Do you know when to stop for school buses? If you're running late on your commute or already frustrated with traffic, it's tempting to blow off the rules and hope for the best. But is shaving a minute or two off your commute worth the risks? Between 2008 and 2017, more than 1,200...
September School Safety: Why speeding in school zones can be deadly
Posted in Accident & Injury on September 3, 2019
Throughout the month of September, we'll be sharing safety tips to protect our students in and around their schools and buses. Stay tuned for more posts in our September School Safety Series. By Michael Eisner Have you ever wondered why speed limits are so low in school zones? When it comes to car accidents...
How medication can play a big role in your auto accident case
Posted in Accident & Injury on August 21, 2019
By William J. Price Medication is often a key factor to track in your auto accident case. The kind of medication, the amount you are prescribed, and the number of pills you receive can all help to establish how severely you were injured in the accident. For example, say you weren't taking any medication...
How your medical records can influence the compensation you receive after an accident
Posted in Accident & Injury on April 23, 2018
By William J. Price The things you say or fail to say to your doctors after an accident can be crucial to the outcome of your case. Most victims assume they will recover from their injuries within a few weeks of the accident. When an auto accident victim arrives at a doctor’s office, they...
One simple way to strengthen your claim for lost wages
Posted in Accident & Injury on March 21, 2018
By William J. Price If you can’t work after suffering injuries in an auto accident caused by another driver, it’s reasonable to expect that you could recover your lost wages. This concept seems simple and fair. Unfortunately, when an insurance carrier is examining your claim, they may question or limit the time you can...
Do you buckle up in the back seat?
Posted in Accident & Injury on March 8, 2018
Most vehicles on the road today set off a reminder if you forget to buckle up in the front seat. Even if the incessant beeping doesn’t bug you enough to put on your seat belt, the other passengers in the vehicle will usually guilt you into wearing one to make it stop. In the...