Personal Injury Law

The attorneys of Kalniz, Iorio & Reardon Co., L.P.A. provide representation in all types of personal injury cases, including automobile accidents, product liability, railroad collisions, trucking accidents and cases involving wrongful deaths. The firm’s special practice attorneys have litigation experience in state and federal courts throughout Ohio and Michigan at both the trial and appellate levels. The firm’s attorneys deal extensively with insurance companies and medical providers, as well as the court system, and are experienced in negotiating settlements which avoid excessive litigation costs. We work with physicians and hospitals to allow our clients the time to obtain a fair settlement, or, if necessary, to litigate. In personal injury cases, Kalniz, Iorio & Reardon Co., L.P.A. works on a contingency basis where our fee is determined by our ability to obtain the best possible recovery for our client.

Representative Cases:

  • United Ohio Ins. Co. v. Scheid, C.A. No. H-88-41, Court of Appeals of Ohio, Sixth Appellate District, Huron County, 1989 Ohio App. LEXIS 4541, December 8, 1989, Decided

    In insurer’s declaratory judgment action following claimant’s action against insureds for injuries resulting from operation of sawmill, insurer was required to provide coverage under policies insuring farm, use of sawmill was not a business pursuit.
  • Nagle v. Campbell Soup Co., Case No. 7-84-24, Court of Appeals, Third Appellate District, Henry County, Ohio, 1986 Ohio App. LEXIS 7316, June 20, 1986, Decided

    In a products liability suit, injured employee’s affidavit from an expert was properly excluded on summary judgment because it lacked personal knowledge and a factual foundation. The affidavit was conclusory about a machine the expert never saw.
  • Terri and Mike Greene - double homicide (Grand Rapids)
    The family of Terri Greene, the Eaton County woman murdered in 2011 alongside her husband, Mike Greene, has filed a civil lawsuit against the state in federal court, alleging wrongful death.
    Family files suit against state