We can not thank Judge Aram Ohanian enough for allowing Karter Wright, Attorney Kyle E. Wright’s son, to tour the Perrysburg Municipal Courthouse! Karter was so excited to visit the courthouse and to meet Judge Ohanian! Maybe Karter will take over the practice one day, or he will become a judge - the future is bright!
Hi everybody, Kyle Wright with Ruck & Wright Law coming at you with another video!
Today I'm outside my office enjoying this beautiful day. But, one thing that's not so beautiful about this season is that summer tends to be when the most accidents happen.
Hi everyone, Kyle E. Wright coming to you with our next video series!
Here is a common misconception that I, as an injury attorney, hear pretty frequently. It's a funny one where people don't want to pursue a claim when they're in an accident because they don't want to "ruin the person who caused the accident's life," or "destroy their credit," or "cause their rates to skyrocket."
What is Estate Planning?
Before you leave behind everything you own, most people draft a will to ensure their estate is distributed correctly to their surviving family and friends. This preparation of tasks that serve to manage your asset base in the event of incapacitation or death is called Estate Planning. But there is actually much more that needs to be taken care of. If you want to ensure that those you leave behind do not have to deal with more strife while mourning your passing, here are some steps you should take!
Many terms get thrown around when talking about estate planning. The average person might not know what all of them mean, especially when some sound quite similar. We hope to clarify that confusion in this article, starting with the differences between a living will, last will, and power of attorney.
The Million Dollar Advocates Forum is pleased to announce that Attorney Kyle E. Wright of Perrysburg, Ohio has been certified as a member. The Million Dollar Advocates Forum is recognized as one of the most prestigious groups of trial lawyers in the United States. The forum is limited to attorneys who have won million-dollar verdicts, awards and settlements. The organization was founded in 1993 and currently fewer than 1% of U.S. lawyers are members.
Answering this question is simple: hiring an experienced personal injury attorney maximizes the amount of money you obtain from the insurance company.
The natural follow-up question from a prospective client is: Why? This answer requires a more in-depth explanation.
An experienced personal injury attorney helps you recover the maximum amount from the insurance company because the insurance adjusters who control the money know who the experienced personal injury attorneys are. When they work with an unrepresented claimant or hire an attorney who does not regularly practice personal injury, the adjusters know that there is minimal risk of being sued and the injury case going to a trial. I sue people all the time. If you are a non-lawyer trying to handle your own case, it’s very likely that you don’t regularly sue people – and the insurance companies know this. A specific example of this is my experience with a client I will call ‘John.’