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Allsteadt Result

This Trumball County case involves a medical malpractice claim of wrongful death of a 35 year old male.  Specifically, the decedent’s wife/Plaintiff alleges the result of failure to appropriately and properly diagnose and supervise her husband’s medical care lead to … Continue reading

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Brown Trial Verdict

This Fairfield County case involves medical malpractice claims of negligence in the administration of medical care and treatment to a 52 year old female.  Specifically, Plaintiffs’ Complaint alleges negligent conduct in administering medical care and/or treatment to female Plaintiff resulting … Continue reading

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Waye Trial Result

This Cuyahoga County case involves medical malpractice claims of negligence in the administration medical care, diagnosis, and treatment to a 67 years old female resulting in her death.  Specifically, Plaintiff alleges that the Defendants failed to perform a pre-operative medical … Continue reading

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Grady v. Village of Chesterhill

Grady v. Village of Chesterhill Attorneys Douglas Holthus and Paul-Michael La Fayette successfully defended the Village of Chesterhill in an elections case where the Petitioner claimed residency and was elected to Village Council but Village Council claimed that Petitioner was not a resident.  … Continue reading

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Eighth Appellate District Upholds Ohio Supreme Court Decision

Recently, the Eighth Appellate District of Cuyahoga County released its Judgment reversing and remanding the Flynn v. Fairview Retirement Community, et al. case which consequently upheld the previous Ohio Supreme Court decision in the case.

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Poling Law wins in Supreme Court of Ohio on bifurcation of punitive damages issue

In Flynn v. Fairview Retirement Community, et al. Poling Law moved the trial court to separate the stages of trial, pursuant to R.C. 2315.21(B), separating Plaintiffs’ compensatory and punitive damages claims in a nursing home case.  The trial court denied … Continue reading

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Poling Law Wins 13th Case in a Row: Reedy v. Crystal Care Center

We are pleased to report that we won our 3rd case, in the last 4 months, raising our total to 13 wins since we started the firm in April of 2009.  In this case, a 90 yr. old nursing home … Continue reading

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Ohio Supreme Court Issues Decision on Punitive Damages

On February 15, 2012, the Ohio Supreme Court issued its decision in Havel v. Villa St. Joseph, 2012-Ohio-552.  In Havel, the Court ruled in favor of tort reform legislation, Ohio Revised Code Section 2315.21(B), which mandates bifurcation at trial of … Continue reading

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Amputation of Patient’s Legs Blamed on Tardy Surgeon

Virginia Lawyers Weekly recognizes the defense verdict obtained by Brant Poling and his co-counsel.  To see the article, click Virginia Lawyers Weekly

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Defense Verdict for Physician in Aberdeen Washington: Schisler v. Gray’s Harbor Community Hospital

After Plaintiff’s counsel rejected a 1 million dollar settlement offer on a case pending in Grays Harbor County, Washington, our firm was asked to assume the defense, just 3 weeks before trial.  We were able to quickly work with local … Continue reading

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