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How long does the divorce process take in Ohio?

It depends on the situation. The very basic guideline in Ohio is one year to 18 months for a divorce to be completed, depending on whether you have …

Answered by Andrea L. Cozza

Do I Need A Lawyer After A Car Accident in Ohio?

The reason why you may want to call a lawyer after a car accident is that insurance companies are notoriously cheap and often do not want to …

Answered by Gordon D. Evans, II

Does An Ohio Birth Injury Lawsuit Account For A Lifetime Of Expenses?

One of the most devastating things new parents can go through is a birth injury.All parents hope for a healthy baby. But those hopes and dreams can …

Answered by James M. Kelley

What Happens If I Am Involved In An Accident With An Uninsured Or Underinsured Driver In Ohio?

Anyone who has been involved in a car accident knows how difficult the aftermath can be — from a physical, legal and practical …

Answered by John P. O'Neil

Is The Truck Driver Or Trucking Company Responsible For An Accident In Ohio?

Truck accidents often result in devastating injuries to those inside the smaller vehicle. Due to the size of the truck and the speed at which these …

Answered by John P. O'Neil

Is Failure To Diagnose A Heart Attack Considered Medical Malpractice In Ohio?

Tightness in the chest. Shortness of breath. These are just a couple of the terrifying signs of a heart attack – symptoms that should not …

Answered by James M. Kelley

Which Family Members Can Pursue A Wrongful Death Claim In Ohio?

The loss of a loved one can be difficult from an emotional, financial and legal standpoint. Surviving family members may struggle financially after …

Answered by John P. O'Neil

What are the penalties for a first-time OVI in Ohio?

In Ohio, operating a vehicle while under the influence (OVI) of alcohol is a serious crime. In fact, most persons who are arrested for this crime are …

Answered by Jon J. Saia

What are the penalties for marijuana possession in Ohio?

In Ohio, it is a crime to intentionally or knowingly possess marijuana (except for persons authorized to possess medical marijuana). Like many other …

Answered by Jon J. Saia

How do I choose a divorce lawyer in Ohio?

Except for the death of a loved one, going through a divorce is one of the most stressful experiences a person can encounter in their life. If your …

Answered by Jon J. Saia

What should I do if I receive either a grand jury subpoena or a “target letter” from the United States Attorney’s Office in Ohio?

Before charges are formally filed, many individuals are notified they are targets of a federal criminal investigation by receipt of either a grand …

Answered by Joseph E. Scott

What damages can I sue for after losing a family member to a fatal accident or injury in Ohio?

If a close relative of yours died as a result of the negligence, dangerous conduct or wrongdoing of someone else, you may be able to get compensation …

Answered by Gerald S. Leeseberg

How do I know whether I have a case for medical malpractice in Ohio?

Determining whether you have a medical malpractice claim requires rigorous investigation to evaluate whether medical professionals were at fault. …

Answered by Gerald S. Leeseberg

How do I know whether I have a personal injury claim in Ohio?

If you were injured by the negligence or wrongdoing of another, you have a right to bring a compensation claim for your injuries. It’s best to …

Answered by Gerald S. Leeseberg

Do I Need A Lawyer For A DUI/OVI In Ohio?

Retaining an experienced lawyer who specializes in DUI/OVI cases is absolutely in your best interest after an arrest. A DUI/OVI conviction can carry …

Answered by Steven R. Adams

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