Frequently Asked Liability Questions

Cubbon & Associates Co., L.P.A., handles claims involving general liability or negligence in all sorts of areas. We have successfully represented clients in the past on claims involving:

  • Slip-and-falls
  • Failure to provide security
  • Premises liability
  • Dog bite incidents
  • Work site injuries
  • Falling objects
  • Assault
  • Many other areas of liability

If you have been injured by the negligence of another, call our Toledo office at 419-574-9284 to schedule a free initial case consultation with our attorneys.

What Is The Statute Of Limitations To Submit A Claim?

The statute of limitations for most general liability claims is two years from the date of incident. There are many exceptions, and in some cases, the statute of limitations is one year from the date of incident. You should discuss your case with an attorney to determine the appropriate statute of limitations for your potential claim.

Can I Sue If I Fell At My Neighbor's House?

Maybe. Many factors must be considered to determine liability, including:

  • How did the fall occur?
  • Was there a defect at your neighbor's home that caused the fall?
  • Was your neighbor aware of the problem?
  • Were you aware of the problem?

What Should I Do If I Get Hurt?

First, get necessary medical attention. As soon as you are able, document what caused you to be injured. Take photographs if appropriate. Make simple notes, including witnesses' names, addresses and telephone numbers.

Contact Our Experienced Lawyers To Discuss Your Case

If you were injured and have questions about Ohio's liability laws, call our experienced attorneys at 419-574-9284. You may also contact our firm online to schedule your free initial case consultation.