Last summer, a tragic accident occurred at the Ohio State Fair involving the Fire Ball ride
Even though your personal injury attorney is handling the legal aspects of the case, the client remains responsible for numerous aspects of the case as well.
Again, the short answer is no. If you look at the medical authorization sent to you by the liability insurance adjuster, those authorizations will allow the insurance company to obtain any and all medical records from your birth to the present.
Yes. In Ohio, clients are free to terminate their attorney at any time, with or without cause. However, I generally advise potential clients to schedule an in person meeting with their current attorney to see if they can resolve their issues.
f you have been injured in a personal injury accident, whether it is from a motorcycle collision, trucking accident or a premise liability claim, you may have concerns about what to do with your medical bills.