Articles by Cary Graham

Post-Accident Symptoms of Traumatic Brain Injuries

by Cary Graham | August 2nd, 2016

At Nurenberg Paris, we’ve handled injury cases for 90 years. Some of our clients sustain injuries that heal with time and treatment. Traumatic brain injuries (TBI) can’t be put in that camp. They are serious, they are dangerous, and they can cause lifelong complications for victims and their families. Worse yet, many accident victims don’t […]

Ohio Car Accident Statistics You Should Know

by Cary Graham | July 11th, 2016

Most everyone in Ohio gets around by motor vehicle, whether they drive themselves or get a ride from someone else. For that reason, crash statistics play an important role in educating the public about the risks they face on the road. Recently, the Auto Insurance Center released a study that contained a number of interesting […]

Defective Product Injury? You Have Rights.

by Cary Graham | February 8th, 2016

Without laws protecting consumers’ rights to seek damages, corporations would have more power than elected officials. Having millions—or even billions—of dollars at their disposal, they could buy their way into or out of any situations they wanted. Corruption would go unchecked, and everyday consumers would suffer. Our nation’s forefathers ingrained within our Constitution the right […]

Car Accident Costs on the Rise

by Cary Graham | February 1st, 2016

According to the Insurance Research Council, the cost of car accidents is going up, and a serious accident can put you and your family in a tough situation. Worse yet, there’s no easy way to minimize these costs. You can’t compromise your medical treatment if you want to fully recover. Even though you can’t afford to […]

A Brief History of Workers’ Compensation

by Cary Graham | January 19th, 2016

Workers’ compensation is an idea that began more than 4,000 years ago. A stone tablet recovered from ancient Sumeria details the Law of Ur, which provided for monetary compensation for injured workers. Many other ancient societies had precise standards for compensating workers. The extent of that compensation depended on the body part. For example, Arab law […]