Social Media and Electronically Stored Information Legal Guide

Types of Data, Production Specifications and Formats - In Detail Data is a set of values of quantitative or qualitative variables which represents transmittable or storable information. Generally, when we talk about data, we’re talking about some existing information or knowledge that is represented or coded in some form suitable...

How Do I Know if I’m a Victim of Medical Malpractice?

How Do I Know if I’m a Victim of Medical Malpractice? Medical malpractice is an unfortunate downside of the medical care system, and it’s not a new problem. Thankfully, there are many medical malpractice lawyers who look out for community members who were harmed by their healthcare provider’s negligence. Medical...

Subpoenas Involving HIPAA Information

For litigators and criminal defense attorneys, it’s not uncommon for a case to involve “protected health information” during discovery. If you need to issue a subpoena for this information, you probably will run into a significant objection if the party you are requesting information from is subject to HIPAA. HIPAA...

Car Accident Settlement Calculator

How Much is my Personal Injury Case Worth? We get this question a lot, so we made a car accident settlement calculator to try to help.Let's make this clear from the beginning. There is no such thing as a personal injury settlement formula. There is no insurance settlement calculator for...

Is CBD Legal in Ohio?

A New Legal Frontier CBD, a non-psychoactive cannabinoid found in cannabis, has had a surge in popularity over the past couple of years. Unlike THC, the chemical compound that gives marijuana its signature effect, CBD has been shown to help with a variety of illnesses and conditions — without the...

Sawan & Sawan files brief in Ohio Supreme Court Free Speech Case

The Fight for Free Speech On July 1st, 2019, Sawan & Sawan filed a merit brief in the Ohio Supreme Court case of Bey v. Rasawehr 2019-0295. The brief argues that any Court Order that forbids the future exercise of protected free speech is unconstitutional. The pending case before the high court questions...

How Does Your Car Insurance Measure Up?

Car Insurance Quiz As car accident lawyers, we know that not all car insurance is created equal. We also know that, too often, victims of car accidents find out too late that their coverage doesn't protect them as well as it should. So the car accident lawyers at Sawan & Sawan created a...

The Ohio Supreme Court Accepts Constitutional Appeal

On May 15th, 2019, the Ohio Supreme Court granted review of Case Number 2019-0295 captioned Bey v. Rasawehr. Out of 57 discretionary appeals filed, this was one of only 3 accepted. This case is on appeal from Mercer County Court of Common Pleas Case numbers 10-18-02 and 10-18-03 - and the...

The 10 Worst Insurance Companies in America

In our 30+ combined years of representing injured victims, we’ve learned that not all car insurance companies are created equal. While many are honest, fair and diligent – we can’t say the same for others. Far too often, we see car insurance companies use tactics designed to give them an...

Pedestrian Accidents in Ohio

Every year, approximately 60,000 people are injured in a pedestrian accident, many causing fatalities. On average, a pedestrian was killed every 2 hours and injured every 8 minutes in traffic crashes in 2013. The amount of pedestrians injured per day in the United States by cars is sobering. Here is...