Property claims — information you submit to your insurance company when your property is damaged — may seem cut and dried. Your property is insured, so it should be covered, right? Unfortunately, that’s not always the case.
If you live in Northeast Ohio, you know that winter car accidents are as commonplace as cold and snow we face every year. But you probably don’t give them much thought — until you’re involved in one yourself.
In some instances, property owners are responsible for an injured party’s injuries, and in others, the property owners will not be held liable. So if you get hurt in a slip and fall accident, who pays for the injuries? Who is at fault?
In the last few days, there have been bump-and-run carjackings in Cleveland Heights and Beachwood.
The Cleveland Heights Police Chief Annette Mecklenburg warned residents of the carjacking scheme where the robber crashes into another car and then steals it when the other driver gets out to exchange insurance information.
What to do you do if you are rear ended? At Taubman Law we have been...Read More
There has been a Legionnaires’ disease outbreak in Lake County, the county’s health reported this week. Injuring 10 and killing 1.
Lake County investigators, alongside officials with the Ohio Department of Health and the Occupational Safety and Health Administration, believe the Legionella bacteria was likely spouted into the air from cooling towers at Consolidated Precision...Read More