Personal Injury is a specific focus of the practice of law. It often relates to other forms of civil litigation in many cases you are forced to go up against insurance corporations that are bent on minimizing your harm and your payout when you are injured. TMBC has handled many of these case and has fought the battle against insurance companies for our clients.
One focus area within this practice relates to motorcycle injuries. Since motorcycling is becoming far more common in Southwest Ohio, and given the fact that Mark has been a motorcycle rider for decades, he takes special pride in representing fellow bikers that have been injured due to no fault of their own. Few attorneys have the passion and legal experience relating to motorcycle law so TMBC is especially focused on biker concerns.
Those who know me know that I love motorcycling. My 2000 Honda Goldwing “Blue Mistress” and I ride about 15,000 miles/year. To be fair, these are always working trips. I take the laptop. I take the Android. I spend a few hours each evening in the motel du jour catching up on calls and emails … Continue reading Motorcycling as an Analogy for the Practice of Law… or Vice Versa
The decision to file a personal injury (civil) lawsuit is a big one. When one is hurt by someone else, they usually believe that compensation for their injuries, along with lost wages and pain & suffering, is in order. In many instances they are right, but we always discuss with our clients the following considerations: … Continue reading The Bottom Line in Personal Injury Lawsuits