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By maintaining a singular focus on the outcomes desired by our clients, the professionals at POLING are driven to achieve excellence in all we do.

TRIAL WIN!

Attorney Matt Stewart recently represented one of our business clients at trial in a breach of contract claim in Franklin County.  The Court ordered the opposing party to pay the maximum amount of compensation that could be awarded under the terms of the contract plus our client’s court costs. Another great result for the POLING team!

Motion Practice Leads to Termination of Three Medical Malpractice Suits

There is more than one way to aggressively defend a case and while she is always prepared for a good fight in depositions or the courtroom, Sabrina Sellers works just as passionately for a faster resolution.  In the past month, Sabrina obtained the dismissal of three wrongful death medical malpractice actions, in various jurisdictions across

Zach Hoover Obtains Three Dental Dismissals

In the past month, Attorney Zachary Hoover had three separate cases dismissed against dentists and dental practices.  Two cases involved denture treatment and the third case involved extension of a bridge that was dismissed with prejudice days after Attorney Hoover’s Motion was filed.  Congratulations to the POLING team and to the dental providers in our

Pre-Trial Dismissal of Hospitalist

Brant Poling and Zack Hoover recently obtained a pre-trial dismissal of their hospitalist client in a medical negligence lawsuit. The allegations against the hospitalist involved the discharge of a patient following a workup by a cardiologist. An expert witness in hospital medicine supported the care, treatment, and discharge by the hospitalist. The plaintiff did not present testimony of

Defense Verdict Against $3.5M Suit

Attorneys Brant Poling and Zachary Hoover obtained a defense verdict for a certified nurse practitioner and an urgent care in a wrongful death case in Union County, Ohio. Plaintiff alleged the nurse practitioner failed to diagnose a pulmonary embolism in a 29-year-old female during an urgent care visit and alleged $3.5 million in damages. After