Saturday, October 14, 2017

What is the Common Thread in Cincinnati Motor Vehicle Collisions By Injury Attorney Castelli

The common thread in multiple recent and past auto collisions in Cincinnati , Ohio as well as other states is negligence. Negligence is the failure to use reasonable care.

As a personal injury lawyer in Cincinnati Ohio I have handed hundreds of auto accident claims involving injuries. The recurring theme is that one or more of the drivers was negligent. The negligence could take many forms such as:


  1. Speeding
  2. Distracted Driving
  3. Following too Close
  4. Failure to Keep an Assured Clear Distance
  5. Heroin usage
  6. Driving under the influence of Alchohol
  7. Failure to Yield the Right of Way
  8. Running a stop Sign
  9. Running a red Light
  10. Turing in front of a motor vehicle
  11. Texting
  12. Talking on the Phone
These seem to be the most common. As proof I offer the most recent examples of car accidents in Cincinnati Ohio.





As you can see from all if these auto crashes if negligence were not present the car accident would not have occurrred. 

By Anthony Castelli personal injury attorney in Cincinnati

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Albert Biggers Killed in Cincinnati Car Crash -Critical Legal Issues

Reprint of Article from Cincinnati Law Office of Anthony D. Castelli blog www.castellilaw.com/blog

Albert Biggers was killed in a Cincinnati car crash today May 6, 2017. News reports indicated that he was a passenger in a car driven by Adam Kordes .
Allegations where that Kordes lost control of the vehicle, The car had been traveling west on Montana. It veered into the eastbound lane. It struck the curb, went air born and rolled over.
The vehicle ended up striking an apartment building. It was not stated what actually caused the death in terms of which impact or roll over. 
There were serious allegations made by the Cincinnati police. Speed and "impairment" were cited as factors. Also mention was made that neither man wore a seatbelt.


Criminal and Civil Implications for Car Crash Death

There are significant criminal and civil law implications that arise out of the facts of this crash.

In a criminal arena it is likely that Adam Kordes will be prosecuted for one of several crimes. They range from aggravated vehicular homicide, vehicular homicide and manslaughter.

This is a short summary from the Ohio Revised Code:

2903.06 Aggravated vehicular homicide - vehicular homicide - vehicular manslaughter.

(A) No person, while operating or participating in the operation of a motor vehicle, motorcycle, snowmobile, locomotive, watercraft, or aircraft, shall cause the death of another or the unlawful termination of another's pregnancy in any of the following ways:

To read the whole article go to http://www.castellilaw.com/blog/albert-biggers-killed-in-cincinnati-car-crash-critical-legal-issues.html

by Anthony Castelli  Personal Injury Lawyer in Cincinnati 

Wednesday, February 10, 2016

Cincinnati Attorney Highly Ranked by Thumbtack

Cincinnati Personal injury lawyer Anthony Castelli of the Law Office of Anthony D. Castelli has garnered another accolade. This time Thumbtack, the consumer vetting service recommendation provider, has listed Anthony Castelli as one of their top lawyers in the Cincinnati Ohio area for accident and injury claims.

They recently featured him prominently on their website. Thumbtack is a consumer matching service provider for professions from all walks of life. It offers consumers to talk with a range of lawyers and pick the one that is the best fit.

Anthony is pleased to be part of the Thumbtack program and answers all inquiries personally. He believes consumers, especially in the emotion charged personal injury arena, deserve an experienced attorney to fight for them with compassion and an attitude of do or die. Too many of the large firms pass you off to an assistant. 

Thursday, January 30, 2014

My Favorite Personal Injury Attorney Posts on Google

As a personal injury lawyer Google plus has allowed me to connect with personal injury attorneys from across the United States. Some of the men and women have become my friends . Some of us have joined to form the circle of legal trust . Here are some of my favorite lawyers and my favorite posts from them .


--------------------------------------------------------- So there you have four great personal injury posts from: Mathew Dollman Florida trial lawyer.. Jonathan Rosenfeld Chicago bodily injury attorney. William Hurst a lawyers' lawyer from Indiana . Michael Ehline the California personal harm law man . ------------------------------------ By Anthony Castelli practicing Ohio personal injury law and social security disability. For more information about me www.castellilaw.com socialsecuritydisabilityassist.com

Tuesday, August 13, 2013

Represent Yourself in A Car Accident Beware Be a Victim Twice By Taking Less

The unrepresented segment in car accidents is a term coined by big liability insurance interests. In this article we will explore evidence of why in many claims you are going to likely end up with less.

Just google "Will hiring a lawyer get me more money" you will come up with the answer. Although there is no guarantee in serious cases a good personal injury lawyer that works up your insurance claim settlement likely will get you more money.

Why do you think the insurance claims adjustor will tell you not to get a lawyer. So they can pay you less. You don't get something significant for nothing. but you can make yourself a victim twice . Once when you were hurt by carelessness. and second when you acted as your own lawyer and took a lowball offer .

A personal injury lawyer gives you ammunition in your arsenal . It alllows your claim to be put in the best light. You have the option to file a lawsuit instead of taking the low ball offer.


Resource

http://www.avvo.com/legal-guides/ugc/why-hiring-a-lawyer-will-mean-more-money-for-you-in-a-personal-injury-case


by   Anthony Castelli Attorney
  8170 Corporate Park Drive #220 Cincinnati, Ohio 45242
  Phone: 513-621-2345 URL of Map

Saturday, August 10, 2013

Winning compensation (Money for your damages) is not a simple proposition. The public is often skeptical and insurance companies only pay what they are forced to as their interest is to make a profit. They do this by paying out as little as possible on claims.


You Must Prove With Hard Documentation the Value and Validity of Your Hurt

Some people think telling their story is enough. But there are certain things big insurance is looking for in order for you to be paid fair value for your harm. The most critical issue is the nature and extent of your damages caused by the negligent act.

So if you are claiming a car crash caused a herniated disk back injury then you must prove it. 

How you go about proving it is not as simple as may people think. All the evidence must be marshaled that points to the injury causing event as the cause of the victim's injury. 

Watch This Video for Important Tips on Proving Your Claim



If you were hurt in a car accident or other mishshap by another's negliegence or fault learn what makes a strong valueable claim
Directed by: Anthony Castelli
Starring:
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