Michael Wright, Ohio Car Accident Attorney and Founding Partner of Wright & Schulte LLC, Appears on Fox19’s Moore Law Show
Columbus, OH (PRWEB) July 10, 2013
Michael Wright, an experienced Ohio car accident attorney and a founding partner of Wright & Schulte LLC, appeared as a guest on the Moore Law Show on June 30th to answer viewers’ questions regarding legal issues that pertain to Ohio auto accidents. The Moore Law Show, which airs each Sunday morning at 9:30 on Fox19 in Cincinnati, provides local viewers with answers to their questions about various areas of the law. Mr. Wright’s recent appearance on the show to discuss Ohio car accident questions may be viewed in its entirety on Your Ohio Legal Help’s YouTube Channel. [fox19.com/category/233197/moore-law-on-fox19-
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Ohio Car Accident Answers
During his appearance on the Moore Law Show, entitled “Traffic Accidents with Guest Michael Wright,” Mr. Wright addressed a number of extremely important issues often faced by victims of Ohio car accidents. Among other things, Mr. Moore reported that Ohio recently increased its minimum requirement for auto insurance liability coverage. He also reminded anyone who is considering filing an Ohio auto accident lawsuit that the state’s current statute of limitations on such claims stands at two years. If a victim fails to file a lawsuit within that time period, state law will bar them from ever receiving compensation for their Ohio car accident, Mr. Moore said.
Mr. Wright and his firm, Wright & Schulte LLC, have been at the forefront of some of today’s most important personal injury and product liability cases. Among other things, Mr. Wright is one of the few attorneys nationally to be named to the Multi-million Dollar Advocates Forum. Mr. Wright has also been named one of the Top 100 Trial Lawyers by the American Trial Lawyers Association for three consecutive years in a row: 2009, 2010, and 2011. He also serves as a Committee Chair with the Ohio Association of Justice, and is a member of the Ohio State Association, the Dayton Bar Association, the Thurgood Marshall Law Society, and the African American Chamber of Commerce.
Help for Victims of Ohio Car Accidents
In 2011, the Ohio State Highway Patrol recorded more than 290,000 Ohio car accidents, including 941 fatal crashes that took more than 1,000 lives. The Ohio car accident lawyers of Wright & Schulte LLC understand these statistics represent real people and families whose lives have been financially, emotionally and physically devastated, often due to another’s negligence. The firm is proud of the reputation they have earned for aggressively pursuing and holding responsible those whose negligence on the highway all too often results in serious injury to innocent people. Wright & Schulte LLC offers free lawsuit evaluations to victims of Ohio car accidents, and other motor vehicle accidents throughout the state. To learn more, please visit yourohiolegalhelp.com, or call 937-222-7477 to speak with an Ohio auto accident attorney today.
About Wright & Schulte LLC
Wright & Schulte LLC, an experienced personal injury firm, is dedicated to the belief that America’s legal system should work for the people. Every day, the attorneys of Wright & Schulte LLC stand up for the rights of people who have been injured by the negligence or misconduct of others. Whether it is a personal injury due to a highway accident, medical malpractice, product liability, nursing home abuse, a construction accident, wrongful death, or any other lawsuits we are always here to answer any questions and help in any way we can. It costs nothing to talk to us, so schedule a free initial consultation. There is no obligation. You can have the advice of a respected legal professional. Contact our office at yourohiolegalhelp.com or by phone at (937)-222-7477 to set up your free appointment.
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