While host and local TV journalist Deb Haas was under the weather, there was still more than 90 years of legal experience available toMoore Law viewers for the topic of “All About Injuries.” Attorney co-host Don Moore was once again joined by his son, Cincinnati personal injury lawyer Dan Moore, but also welcomed his father, retired Cincinnati civil litigation attorney Don Moore Sr., who was making his first appearance on the program.
The three lawyers handled a number of injury concerns, including such questions as Becky in Lebanon asking about possible faulty tires causing a car accident, Troy in Kentucky inquiring about permanent partial disability and Ellen in Cincinnati wondering what options she has in experiencing pain at her job after taking a year off work. There were also two calls regarding possible medical malpractice claims, as Tracy in Middletown said her family had accumulated $19,000 in bills following a dental visit and Barb in Cincinnati had a unique situation involving a surgical procedure following a breast cancer diagnosis.
Don also followed up on a segment from the previous Thursday on WXIX-TV, FOX19 regarding truck accidents. Don showed a photo from an accident possibly caused by driver fatigue in which the truck driver pulled out without his lights on and caused an accident. However, Dan explained that the deposition process was complicated because the driver had called up the company and quit over the phone. The story was another example of the reasons it is important to speak with an experienced lawyer following any injury.
The entire episode of “All About Injuries” is viewable in the video above, and on the next episode of Moore Law, Deb and Don will be joined by Cincinnati child support attorney Phyllis G. Bossin to take viewer questions about “Divorce and Child Custody.” The show airs on Monday, May 7, 2012, at 9:30 a.m. onWXIX-TV, FOX19.
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