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Tawanda Demmings was injured in an auto accident, and soon after faced a common scenario — the insurance companies involved moved slowly and gave her the runaround. She turned to Personal Injury Attorney Joe Joseph, who assured her “I’ll handle it.” She said once he got involved he went full force against the insurance companies. “…
If an injured victim feels their lawyer has been unethical or violated a rule of professional conduct, Attorney Joseph T. Joseph Jr. discusses how a client can break the relationship and go elsewhere.
Attorney Joseph T. Joseph Jr. outlines three common acts of personal injury attorneys that may be considered ethical violations or conflict with the best interest of the client.
One of the biggest complaints in the law profession is client phone calls not being returned. Attorney Joseph T. Joseph Jr. outlines the importance of getting back to clients within a reasonable timeframe.
As the profession has changed over the years, lawyers specialize in a particular area of law. Attorney Joseph T. Joseph Jr. discusses why it’s important for a client to know a lawyer before engaging their services.
Throughout his law career, Attorney Joseph T. Joseph Jr. has heard many derogatory comments about lawyers – especially the term “ambulance chaser.” Looking to dispel the ambulance chaser moniker, Joseph says his supplying information to injured victims is a consumer rights issue.
When hurt due to someone else’s negligence, an injured victim just wants what is right and fair. Most victims don’t want to sue anyone in the first place. Once they do, they can feel victimized a second time because of the way they’re treated by the insurance company.
One of the biggest myths about personal injury claims is that an insurance company will take care of an injured victim, says Cleveland personal injury attorney Joseph T. Joseph Jr.
There’s a fine line between when malpractice occurred or the harm is an accepted complication. Attorney Joseph T. Joseph Jr. outlines the difficulty in finding where the line lies.
If an individual suspects they have a medical negligence claim, it’s wise to get a second opinion. Attorney Joseph T. Joseph Jr. explains the importance of this in a medical malpractice case.
When analyzing a possible medical malpractice claim, Attorney Joseph T. Joseph Jr. first looks to see if an individual suffered a significant injury or harm.