Sep 22nd, 2021
Joseph Paulozzi Personal Injury

Last June 24-year-old Randy Schiffbauer of Green, Ohio, was arrested after stealing an RV, running from the authorities, and slamming into several vehicles, including police cars. The chase involved both Summit County Sheriff’s deputies and the Ohio State Highway Patrol. The RV was ultimately immobilized, and Schiffbauer was eventually apprehended. Since the pandemic, RVs have […]

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Sep 1st, 2021
Joseph Paulozzi Car Accident

On an August afternoon, 63-year-old Callie Mae Goodwin was walking with her cane across a crosswalk when a small blue car sped through a yellow light and hit her. The car rushed away from the scene, leaving her in the middle of the road, bloodied and critically injured. This unfortunate scene is not uncommon. Hit-and-run […]

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Aug 11th, 2021
Joseph Paulozzi Dog & Animal Bites

Ezekiel Elliott, the famed footballer with the Dallas Cowboys, maybe finding out the hard way (yet again) that dog owners are responsible for the damage their dog’s cause when they attack. Elliott, along with landscaping company Perfect Synthetic Grass, is facing a lawsuit that seeks more than $1 million in damage stemming from the May […]

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Aug 4th, 2021
Joseph Paulozzi Slip, Trip & Fall

A cracked and uneven sidewalk not only looks bad, but it can also lead to trips and falls, and serious injuries. Purple Heart recipient and Vietnam War veteran George Neff has been fighting with the city of Cleveland for years to fix a dangerous section of sidewalk on Hunter Street in the city’s Waterloo neighborhood. […]

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Jul 28th, 2021
Joseph Paulozzi Dog & Animal Bites

Three North Olmstead residents and a police officer were attacked by a pack of dogs in the span of 11 days. The police officer was bitten as he tried to deliver a letter from the mayor to the dog owner. The letter was regarding the previous three incidents. Dog owners accept the responsibility of both […]

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Jul 21st, 2021
Joseph Paulozzi Personal Injury

In April, Ohio’s Department of Agriculture (ODA) issued a health alert for several food items sold at the Pop-n-Place Shell Gas Station on Memphis Avenue after a routine inspection conducted by the Ohio Department of Agriculture’s Food Safety Division. A health alert was issued after food items were found to be misbranded and could contain […]

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Jul 7th, 2021
Joseph Paulozzi Personal Injury

In the summer of 2019, Krissy and Doug Taylor set out on their family boating trip to Salt Fork State Park. Their kids, 7-year-old son Afton and his younger brother played on deck as they started their journey. Then, tragedy struck. Afton fell off the boat. After a search, his body was found—an assumed drowning […]

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Jun 9th, 2021
Joseph Paulozzi Car Accident

Last July, Janice Harper sped down a dark highway with a state trooper signaling her to stop. Harper turned on her hazard lights, moved into the right lane, on her way to the roadside. The trooper’s dash-cam video shows the trooper speeding up, smashing into Harper’s car, sending it spinning and flipping upside down in […]

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Jun 2nd, 2021
Joseph Paulozzi Personal Injury

The headlines are terrifying… “Jackknifed truck closes down I-176” or “Jackknifed truck smashes oncoming traffic on I-90” or “Four injured in jackknife truck accident.” Cleveland newspapers are full of headlines like this. It is chilling to think about a disfigured semi-truck sliding uncontrollably toward you so fast that there is nothing you can do to […]

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May 26th, 2021
Joseph Paulozzi Personal Injury

New research reveals automobile insurance penalized distracted drivers exponentially over the past decade. People ticketed for distracted driving in Ohio can typically expect a 32% increase in the price of their car insurance policies. You are more than 20 times more likely to be involved in an accident if you are sending or receiving text […]

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May 5th, 2021
Joseph Paulozzi Personal Injury

There is a reason they call them the Baby Boomers. According to the last census, Boomers represent 23.5% of the U.S. population. This generation is second only in size to their children and grandchildren, the Millennials, which make up an estimated 72 billion worldwide. Born between 1946 and 1964, Boomers are currently between 57-75 years […]

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Apr 28th, 2021
Joseph Paulozzi Dog & Animal Bites

Experts are claiming the pandemic has contributed to the steep rise in dog bites. After the shutdowns last March, people were spending an unprecedented amount of time at home. While all the extra attention should have put dogs at ease, animal experts believe the sensitive animals picked up on the stress and anxiety of the […]

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