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MMFL Strives To Assist Plaintiffs On A Variety Of Matters With Passion And Perseverence. Below Are A Few Examples Of The 2016 Cases We Are Handling.

Northern District Federal Court: Wrongful removal of a 4yr old child from her Father for three years by a children services agency and malpractice against the counseling services for inappropriate treatment.

Federal Court: Wrongful death due to an explosion inside a tank during a welding job.

Ohio Court of Claims: Lawsuit against a local University for injunctive relief and defamation.

Ohio Court of Claims: Wrongful death of an inmate due to overdose of medication.

Southern District of Mississippi: Lawsuit against environmental agency for fraud and injunctive relief due to multi-million dollar damages suffered by the company.

MDL Litigation: Local business owner against an international bank for improper loan practices.

Stark County Common Pleas: Legal malpractice against an attorney who represented both parties in transactions resulting in significant losses to over eleven individuals.

Stark County Common Pleas: Wrongful death of a 15-year-old at a local swimming pool establishment.

Stark County: Driver suffered near death injuries from accident involving first a passenger van crossing over the highway and then a semi truck driver crashing into our client's vehicle.

Tuscawaras County Common Pleas: Misdiagnosis of prostate cancer due to failure to read PSA results.

Lorain County Common Pleas: Sexual assault and legal malpractice against a Lorain County attorney for hypnosis.

Stark County: Motor vehicle accident in which Mother and daughter sustained injuries requiring surgery and a plastic surgeon.

Montgomery County Common Pleas: Sexual assault against a medical director of a nursing home facility.

Franklin County Common Pleas: Wrongful death from medical malpractice in a Columbus hospital.

Tuscawaras County: Wrongful death of a nursing home resident due to improper medication.

Firm Blog

Mills, Mills, Fiely & Lucas Legal Blog
Thursday, April 29, 2016
The Ohio Revised Code provides for the immunity of a co-worker when one employee injures another when the activity is "in the course of and arising out of" the employment ...
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Mills, Mills, Fiely & Lucas Legal Blog
Friday, April 8, 2016
As we emerge, thankfully, from winter, the Court of Claims of Ohio remains busy handling lawsuits against the Ohio Department of Transportation (ODOT) for damage to vehicles ...
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Mills, Mills, Fiely & Lucas Legal Blog
Thursday, March 24, 2016
Entering into an oral contract can be risky legally, should some disagreement arise later. This is true because it can be hard to show that a contract even existed ...
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