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At Findlay Personal Injury Lawyers service is something we take very seriously. And after more than 35 years serving our community, we have learned that it comes down to two things:
Number one, it’s about providing the kind of caring, passionate and wise counsel that wins cases – because our clients deserve nothing less. Second, it means working in the community in ways that will prevent injuries from happening in the first place – a form of service we consider both a privilege and responsibility.
Whether you’ve experienced a devastating car accident or debilitating slip and fall injury…or happen to run into us at an acquired brain injury event or one of our many helmet safety clinics, remember one thing… we’re on your side.
How Much Do Insurance Rates Go Up After A Car Accident?
If you are involved in a car accident that’s determined to be your fault, chances are your insurance premiums will increase, but by how much?
This is a difficult question since the increase varies from company to company. It’s a good idea to discuss the rate increase schedule with your insurance company before purchasing your policy. Your base insurance rate is influenced by factors such as the type of car you [...]
How Is Fault Determined In An Accident?
There are times when it is hard for anyone to argue that they are not at fault, such as someone running a traffic light, rear ending the vehicle in front of them or improper turns through crosswalks. However, fault isn’t always so clear.
When fault is not clear, we will send out an investigator to survey the accident location, take pictures, and talk to witnesses and the police officers or [...]
Let the safe trick or treating begin!
Halloween is a fun night for excited little ghosts and goblins. Lets help keep them safe with these 10 simple safety tips:
1. Do not obstruct vision, use makeup or masks that fit properly around the eyes.
2. Examine all treats before eating any, discard all unwrapped items.
4. Costumes should be flame resistant.
5. Kids should walk not run on sidewalks.
6. Cross roads at crosswalks and [...]