Levy Law Offices
For more than 30 years, our law office has been fighting for people’s rights in the aftermath of life-changing personal injuries. If an accident has left you unsure of where to turn, we understand what you are going through, and we can help. Our attorneys handle a wide variety of legal matters, including car accidents, slip-and-fall accidents, motorcycle accidents, truck accidents, pedestrian accidents, dog bite injuries, work injuries and wrongful death claims. We also represent people in need of traffic citation or DUI defense. With five skilled and dedicated lawyers and a team of excellent paralegals and law clerks, we work efficiently to maximize your compensation.
Levy Law Offices stands for protecting your interests when you feel as if you have nowhere else to turn. If you need a lawyer who will fight to get you the monetary compensation you need – and fast – Levy Law Offices is the firm to choose. Call 513-655-5089 or send us an email to schedule your free consultation. Let us help you turn your crash into CASH!Community InvolvementOur team loves to get involved in the local Cincinnati community. We have sponsored local softball teams and various events throughout the area, and we are currently sponsors for FC Cincinnati, Cincinnati’s first USL Club soccer team.
Our team is proud to support this great new team, and we enjoy attending the games at Nippert Stadium. Our attorneys are available 24/7. As our client, you will have your attorney’s personal cellphone number in case you have questions or concerns about your case.
Steinberg Law Firm Expands Annual Bike Safety Campaign for Kids
Charleston, SC August 8, 2018 – Steinberg Law Firm continues its efforts to prevent cycling and rollerblading accidents with its annual campaign that provides safety equipment and tips to Charleston-area kids. The 2018 Safe on Wheels campaign will distribute about 3,000 helmets along with reflective wear and bike lights, which is triple the amount donated in 2017, its inaugural year. The law firm has grown its bike safety program, which involves attorneys, school staff and police officers instructing students on how to ride safely. Steinberg Law Firm attorney Thomas M. White, a bicyclist himself, began the initiative after seeing the rising liability with the increasing amount of traffic in the area.
When a rider is not wearing protective gear, the odds of a bike accident leading to a serious head or spine injury significantly increase. Each year, over 300,000 students go to the emergency room due to a bicycle or rollerblading accident, and about 10,000 of those hospital visits require stays of a few days. Kids in underprivileged neighborhoods are more likely to suffer a serious injury because they often lack the proper safety equipment. This year’s Safe on Wheels campaign gives free helmets and related gear to the students at College Park Elementary, Goodwin Elementary and Devon Forest Elementary Schools. The personal injury attorneys at Steinberg Law Firm are committed to helping their community grow as safely as possible, taking steps to prevent injuries before they occur.
Jasper County, SC, man murders girlfriend with an ax Tuesday
A 39-year-old Jasper County woman was murdered with an ax, allegedly welded by her boyfriend, Tuesday in the Point South area of Jasper County, according to a news release on the Jasper County Sheriff’s Office Facebook page and the Jasper County coroner. Chantis R. Greene died from apparent blunt force trauma to the head area, according to Coroner Martin Sauls III. The weapon was an ax, Sauls said. He said the woman’s body has been taken to the Medical University of South Carolina in Charleston for an autopsy, which will be performed Wednesday.
The woman’s boyfriend was arrested and charged with murder after he confessed to killing her, the release said. William Outler Jr., 56, is being held at the Jasper County Detention Center, jail officials said. Deputies found Greene’s body in the backyard of a home on Heyward Road in Yemassee when they responded to a report of a possible death around 3:30 a.m., the release said. Sheriff Chris Malphrus did not return multiple phone calls and a text message seeking comment Tuesday.
Medical marijuana law: DUI not just alcohol offense
Though medical marijuana rules are new to the state, there are some longstanding laws that could come into play as the plant becomes more abundantly used. Richard DeLucia, 71, left a note at the couple’s condo indicating he was distraught about how his wife, Ann, 70, was suffering and wanted to put a stop to her ordeal, Westchester County police spokesman Kieran O’Leary said. Then the husband went to his wife’s room at Westchester Medical Center with a licensed. Opening night features a 7 p.m. show at Village Green, Warwick, with The NY Swing Exchange, plus two other shows at other locations.
See the complete lineup at hudsonvalleyjazzfest.org or call the festival hotline: 917-903-4380. Prosecutors released video of the police interrogation Wednesday.
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