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Our firm has been located at the corner of St. Clair and Ontario Street for 90 years! For 60 years our offices were located in the Engineers Building, sharing the building with the Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers. With the construction of the Key Tower and the Marriot Hotel in 1988, we moved directly across the street to the Standard Building. Now, twenty-five years later, with the resurgence of downtown Cleveland, the Standard Building is being converted into apartments, and we are moving into a new home. As of September 15th, our offices will be located on the 12th floor of the Fifth Third Building, at 600 Superior Avenue E, Cleveland, Ohio 44114. We look forward to spending many years at our new home, just a few minutes from where our firm was founded in 1928. Feel free to stop in for a visit at the Fifth Third Building.
When many people think of car accident-related injuries, whiplash often comes to mind first. The Mayo Clinic defines whiplash as “a neck injury due to forceful, rapid back-and-forth movement of the neck, like the cracking of a whip.” It also states that whiplash is commonly caused by rear-end car accidents, and that while it heals […]
Originally published January 18, 2021. There’s no time of year that’s more dangerous to drive or even walk than winter, especially in a state like Ohio that has frequent days and nights of freezing temperatures. And there’s no risk factor during winter more dangerous than black ice, which is a factor in countless winter auto […]
Given that it’s the seventh-most populous state in the nation, it’s no surprise that Ohio’s highways and interstates are among the most heavily traveled in the U.S. The wear and tear caused by millions of vehicles traversing the state every year means our highways and interstates need frequent and extensive repairs, and those repairs mean […]
If you were recently hurt in a crash, getting medical attention for your injuries was likely your first and top priority. However, emergency medical treatment is expensive, especially for injuries suffered in car accidents. Many injury victims don’t have the money to pay their hospital bills in full, right away, or at all. Hospitals and […]
Getting full compensation after a car accident typically requires presenting two types of evidence. First, you need evidence that proves you weren’t at fault for the crash. Sometimes, this evidence is easily found. It can include things like dashcam footage, eyewitness statements, and even admissions of fault from the other driver. But in other cases, […]