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If you or a loved one suffered serious injuries in a multi-car pileup in Ohio, do not discuss your case with an insurance adjuster. Discuss your case with us. The insurance adjuster may offer a settlement, but it may not sufficiently cover the costs associated with the injuries you suffered. We will negotiate a full and fair settlement. If the insurance company is unwilling to settle, we will go to trial. At Caravona & Berg, we prepare every case knowing that this may be the outcome, using our knowledge of what judges and juries look for to build cases designed to get positive results.
We Know How to Overcome the Defenses
Based upon experience, we know the defense strategies our opponents use in these cases. One of the most common is the claim that the accident was unavoidable, perhaps caused by black ice, sudden emergency or an act of God. Our investigation will frequently show that the negligent driver should have been aware of issues like black ice or of a pre-existing health condition and take appropriate action. We do not accept excuses. We find out who was responsible, even if it was multiple drivers who failed to do the right thing, and we take action in order to get the compensation you need.
We represent individuals injured in auto accidents in communities throughout the State of Ohio. Contact us to arrange a free consultation with an experienced Cleveland multi-car accident lawyer today. We handle all motor vehicle accident claims on a contingency fee basis. You don't pay attorneys' fees unless we help you recover money damages.
Cleveland Rear-End Collision Attorneys
Neck Injury and Whiplash LawyersRarely is there an excuse for a rear-end collision. Typically, the victim was stopped at a stop sign or stop light and the negligent driver failed to stop in time, causing the accident. Sometimes, rear-end collisions take place because the negligent driver was tailgating, or using a cell phone. Following too closely, particularly in very heavy, stop-and-go traffic, and causing an accident is not justifiable by any means. These are clear acts of negligence, and at Caravona & Berg we are committed to holding negligent drivers accountable for the harm they cause. back to top
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If you or a loved one suffered serious injuries in a rear-end collision in Ohio, your first step should be to contact an experienced personal injury attorney. Discuss your case with us.
We have years of experience handling these cases. We know how to build strong cases. If our opponent is not willing to settle, we will take the case to trial, showing the judge and jury exactly why you need full and fair compensation.
A Closer Look at the Causes of Rear-End Auto Accidents
Victims of rear-end collisions are often in awe of the fact that the driver behind them did not stop in time. These are usually caused by a distracted driver. Rear-end accidents are often caused by drivers who are sending text messages while driving, playing with the car stereo while driving, eating while driving, applying make-up while driving, or doing some other task that kept their eyes off the road.
The negligent driver should have stopped and the rear-end accident should not have happened. This is pure negligence and you have the right to compensation.
We represent individuals injured in car accidents in communities throughout Ohio. Contact us to arrange a free consultation with an experienced Cleveland rear-end collision lawyer today. We handle all auto accident claims on a contingency fee basis. You don't pay attorneys' fees unless we help you recover money damages.
Cleveland Fatal Car Accidents Attorneys
Was a loved one killed in a car accident? During this traumatic time for you and your family you want an attorney on your side who can handle every aspect of your case so you can focus on spending time with the ones you love.
At the law firm of Caravona & Berg, we understand the importance of giving you time to grieve. We have significant experience handling wrongful death cases, including those caused by fatal car accidents. We will handle all aspects of your case, including establishing an estate for the purposes of pursuing compensation. We will work hard to get justice for you, your family and the loved one you have lost.
Free Consultations About Getting Justice and Compensation
E-mail us at email@example.com or call us at (216) 696-6500 to discuss the wrongful death case with an experienced lawyer serving Cleveland and the entire state of Ohio. We handle all fatal car accident cases on a contingency basis. That means you pay nothing unless we get results.
$5 million recovery for a family that suffered two deaths after a truck driver fell asleep at the wheel and crashed into their car. The truck driver continued driving, knowing he was tired, because of pressures to meet a delivery deadline. Claims were successful against an interstate trucking company, national logistics provider and truck driver placement agency.
Your Family Has the Right to RecoveryWhile we certainly understand that no amount of money recovered through a wrongful death claim can truly make up for your loss, at the very least it can ease some of the financial burdens you face because of the loss of your loved one. It can cover any medical bills incurred because of the accident prior to death, funeral costs, the loss of future earnings and wages and more. You deserve compensation. We will help you get it. Contact us today to schedule a free consultation with a Cleveland fatal car accident lawyer so we can offer you guidance on your next steps.
Cleveland Hit-and-Run Accident LawyersWere You Injured in a Hit-and-Run Accident?After a hit-and-run accident, it is critical that you contact an experienced lawyer immediately. Steps need to be taken right away, and not taking them could jeopardize your ability to get the compensation you need. back to top
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If you or a loved one was injured in a hit-and-run accident in Ohio, you should discuss your case with Caravona & Berg before talking about it to anyone else. Do not talk to the insurance adjuster until you have discussed your case with an experienced lawyer.We are the personal injury trial team at Caravona & Berg. Our firm regularly handles hit-and-run accident claims, so we know how to successfully handle these unique cases. We will guide you through the steps that need to be taken.
Report and Investigate
A police report of the hit-and-run accident must be made within 72 hours. This is absolutely necessary to protect your ability to recover compensation. Without a police report, your insurance company will likely seek to deny you compensation.
Evidence of a hit-and-run is absolutely necessary, but a police report is only the start. Not only will we assist in making certain the police report is completed correctly within the appropriate timeframe, we will immediately begin an investigation of your case, gathering the evidence and witness statements necessary to make it clear to your insurance company that you need to be compensated.
We represent hit-and-run victims in communities throughout Ohio. Contact us to arrange a free consultation with an experienced Cleveland hit-and-run accident attorney today. We handle all car accident claims on a contingency fee basis. You don't pay attorneys' fees unless we help you recover the compensation you need. back to top
Were You Injured In a Multi-Car Pileup?
Some car accidents are fairly straightforward, such as a case where a negligent driver runs a red light and causes a two-car accident. Unfortunately, some cases are much more complex. Multi-car accidents often times lead to disputes over who is at fault, what insurance applies and who must take primary responsibility. These cases are best served with the assistance of an experienced team of personal injury lawyers, like the team you will find at Caravona & Berg. We have a network of resources in place that includes the accident reconstruction experts and private investigators that are often necessary to determine who exactly is responsible for the accident. Sometimes, it is not just one person.