At Rittgers & Rittgers, we are sometimes asked what separates us from other law firms that claim to handle truck wreck and car crash cases involving catastrophic injuries and deaths. Well, one of the major differences is our attention to detail and our relentless investigation to uncover the truth. Over the next few blog posts, we will be showing our clients how we find and preserve critical evidence in truck accident and car crash cases including evidence that is overlooked by the police and evidence that other law firms do not even know exists.
Case Set-Up First Step
So, you've just experienced probably what was the most terrifying event in your life, right?
The State of Ohio takes biking laws seriously in order to protect the health and safety of those participating in the joys of exploring the trails that wind through the countryside of this great state. But do you know the bicycle laws?
On Monday, December 17, 2018, the Midwest and Maryland provinces of the Society of Jesus, commonly known as the Jesuits, plan to release lists of priests dating back to 1955 who were accused of sexually abusing minors. As the largest male religious order in the Catholic Church, this revelation is long overdue and is due, in part, to the tireless work of attorneys across the country - like Rittgers & Rittgers' own Konrad Kircher and Ryan McGraw - on behalf of survivors of priest abuse.
The need for change and accountability in the nursing home industry
It turns out, quite a bit! According to the authors of Reptile: The 2009 Manual of the Plaintiff's Revolution1, the way humans have evolved means that as listeners we respond to certain primal signals that shape our decisions. The authors describe how our subconscious controls more of our thought process than we realize. When our "reptile brain" (as the authors describe it) feels threatened, it makes decisions that prioritize protecting itself, and protecting its ability to pass on its genetic code to its progeny.
On July 30, 2016, Plaintiff Kirk Allyson, a 49-year-old male entered Defendant Dunham's sporting goods store In Alexandria, Kentucky, to purchase some dumbbell weights for his son who was a member of the Pendleton County football team. Dunham's Athleisure Corporation owned and operated the store located at 6805 Alexandria Pike in Alexandria, Kentucky.
Personal Injury Protection is sometimes referred to as PIP coverage. This coverage is available to all Kentucky residents who have automobile insurance. It is available to the driver and all passengers in the vehicle.
With all the dangers in the world today, active shooter situations are one of the dangers you can push aside. The local police and fire have it covered. That's because the police and fire departments have teamed up with other localities to ensure they have the best teams possible to handle the unexpected.
The answer is YES.