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Findlay-area personal injury attorney starts Blade column

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Legal Briefs,” a column unveiled Sunday in the Toledo Blade, will provide information to readers from Findlay and northwest Ohio about a variety of topics, ranging from auto accident cases to will contests. My hope is that I’ll be able to give some basic information for people trying to decide if they need an attorney.

The goal of the column is to provide practical legal information about a number of subjects even though I focus my practice on personal injury and criminal defense work.

The first column looked at what people can expect to deal with if they’ve been injured in an accident. Here’s a excerpt from Sunday’s piece:

Traffic accidents happen every day. Whether you’re talking about routine fender-benders or devastating head-on collisions, navigating the world of insurance claims and legal actions can be daunting.

If you’ve been injured in a car accident, dealing with the physical and legal fallout can range from a simple hassle if you’re lucky to a life-altering event if you’re not. Either way, it’s helpful to have some understanding about how to handle the situation.

People who have been involved in an accident often wonder how to make sense of the situation. Some have been bombarded with letters from lawyers, chiropractors, and the other driver’s insurance company. Below are some legal tips for people who have been injured in an accident.