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Shhhhh!: Keeping Your Case Off Social Media

May 2, 2014

Unlike some of the old guard, the Cleveland personal injury attorneys of Lowe Scott Fisher Co., LPA continue to embrace technology because of the advantages it provides us in fighting for our clients.  We are constantly looking for the newest, most persuasive ways to advocate on behalf of victims of negligence, whether through the use […]

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Holding Hospitals Accountable in Medical Malpractice Cases

April 30, 2014

Medical Malpractice Cases and Respondeat Superior

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Recreation and Litigation: Liability Waivers and Your Right to Sue for Injuries Sustained During Recreational Activities

April 25, 2014

Think twice before you sign liability waivers because you may be giving up your right to compensation for your injuries.

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Can Your Auto Insurer Alter Your Insurance Policy without Your Permission?

April 23, 2014

As any experienced personal injury attorney will tell you, dealing with insurance companies is no easy task.  Whether it’s another driver’s insurer or your own, insurance companies are always happy to accept premium payments, but are ready with a dozen arguments when it comes time to pay your claim. One recently-seen argument involved an insurance […]

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Profits Before Safety: General Motors’ Recent Recall and Manufacturers’ Cavalier Attitude Toward Consumer Well-Being

April 17, 2014

As we have previously discussed, motor vehicle accidents are not uncommon in Ohio.  Thousands of auto accidents occur each month and hundreds of thousands of accidents each year.  Much of the time, these accidents are the result of negligent driving or unsafe road conditions.  All too often, though, motor vehicle accidents occur as the result of […]

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The Danger of “Plaintiff Procrastination”: Why You Must Act Quickly to Protect Your Legal Rights

April 14, 2014

Whether you’ve been injured in a motor vehicle accident, by a defective product, or as the result of medical malpractice, you have the right to seek compensation for your injuries.  But that right is not absolute.  Every Ohio personal injury lawsuit is subject to a statute of limitations, meaning that if you do not file […]

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