Representing the injured party in a personal injury claim is a difficult juggling act for the practitioner. The experienced litigator is well aware of the traps involved in even the simplest personal injury case, including issues like subrogation, medical liens and tort reform. The practice is fraught with land mines.
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Online and Social Media Marketing For Lawyers
As a newly minted Ohio Attorney, I am beginning to understand the importance of legal marketing. Most attorneys in Ohio would agree that an online presence is crucial in developing name recognition and bringing in new clients for your firm. Law firm websites, Facebook groups, Twitter accounts, LinkedIn groups, and legal blogs are a great way to reach the public.
Give Yourself A Chance
Generally speaking, a claim for bodily injuries from an automobile accident must be filed within two years from the date of the accident. However, if there is any question as to the identity of the responsible defendant, it is not advisable to wait the full two years before filing. Recent court pronouncements on “relation back” make it clear that the plaintiff’s injury practitioner may not be able to successfully amend a complaint after the two year deadline has expired.
Marty Hubbell Named Partner at Diehl & Hubbell, LLC
Waynesville native Marty Hubbell has been named a partner in the law firm of Diehl & Hubbell, LLC located in Lebanon, Ohio.
Ryan Widmer III
Ryan Widmer’s third trial for the murder of his wife, Sarah, is scheduled to begin on Tuesday, January 18, 2011, in the Warren County Common Pleas Court in Lebanon, Ohio. Judge Bronson is again presiding.