Personal Injury

What to Expect: Workers’ Compensation Claims

by NPHM | June 19th, 2019

If you are injured on the job or become ill due to conditions at work, you may be entitled to workers’ compensation. The majority of employers in Ohio are required by law to provide workers’ compensation insurance, which can cover the cost of medical treatment and lost wages due to a work-related injury or illness. […]

What to Expect: Filing an Ohio Car Accident Claim

by NPHM | June 12th, 2019

After a car crash in Ohio, the first step to protecting your health and your rights to compensation is getting medical attention. Even if you feel fine and don’t think you’re injured, it’s important to get checked out anyway, as internal injuries may not show up right away. Whether you get evaluated by first responders […]

Series Introduction: What to Expect When You File a Claim

by NPHM | June 6th, 2019

Everyone has read stories in the news of serious injuries caused by another person’s negligence, but no one expects it to happen to them. Accidents are by their very nature unexpected, leaving victims feeling without recourse when they are injured and unable to work. According to statistics from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, in […]

What Can You Expect When You Hire a Lawyer?

by NPHM | May 15th, 2019

Injuries aren’t just painful—they can also be expensive. Medical bills can quickly add up, and they may be too much for your family to afford when you’re out of work and not receiving the paychecks you depend on. Hiring a lawyer to help you file a compensation claim against the person or party responsible for […]

St. Patrick’s Day Safety Tips

by NPHM | March 13th, 2019

This St. Patrick’s Day, you should have two priorities in mind: wearing green and staying safe. The first is easy enough to accomplish, but the second can require preparation and caution—especially if you’re planning on drinking alcohol while celebrating with family and friends. Because the holiday is strongly associated with alcohol consumption, many drivers take […]

Why Slip and Fall Cases Matter

by NPHM | February 25th, 2019

Slip and fall cases are often misunderstood by both the public at large and insurance companies. Some people view slip and fall victims as being at fault for their own injuries, while insurers may be incredulous about the severity of the injuries that victims suffer. However, anyone who has suffered a slip and fall knows […]

The No Fee Guarantee®: Why You Pay Nothing Upfront

by NPHM | February 20th, 2019

Many people associate attorneys with big legal fees and expensive hourly rates. And while that’s an accurate perception of some law firms, we believe in doing things differently. At Nurenberg Paris, we know that accident victims often face huge medical bills that they may not be able to afford—especially if their injuries put them out […]

Don’t Let the Insurance Company Take Advantage of You

by NPHM | January 30th, 2019

The insurance industry spends billions of dollars annually to convince the public that they exist to take care of victims when they need compensation. But insurance companies wouldn’t post huge profits year after year if they were paying victims the settlements they deserve. Instead, they find ways to reduce or deny claims at every turn—and […]

Avoid Social Media After an Accident—Here’s Why.

by NPHM | January 23rd, 2019

Studies show that around 77 percent of Americans have at least one social media profile. Many people who use social media post personal details about their lives, but doing so after an accident can cost you. Insurance companies are always looking for ways to reduce or deny victims’ claims after they suffer injuries. One way […]

What Is “Discovery” in an Injury Case?

by NPHM | January 21st, 2019

At Nurenberg Paris, we do everything in our power to help auto accident victims like you get maximum compensation after injuries. One of the ways we do that is by collecting evidence that proves our clients weren’t at fault for their accidents. However, the evidence we collect may be viewed by the other driver and […]