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Rafidi, Pallante & Melewski, LLC

Canfield, Ohio, 44406

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Rafidi, Pallante & Melewski, LLC
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105 N Broad St
Canfield, Ohio, 44406
United States

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M-F 9 AM to 5 PM

About Rafidi, Pallante & Melewski, LLC

Rafidi, Pallante & Melewski, LLC represents personal injury, car accident, medical malpractice, and litigation clients throughout Ohio. We have handled thousands of cases throughout Ohio. However, we didn’t get hired based on a catch phrase, an actor, or television advertising. Most of our cases come from referrals. We earned the trust and respect of our former clients, attorneys, friends, and other professionals in the community and have been very successful as a result.

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What Kinds of Accidents Qualify for a Personal Injury Suit?

The purpose of a personal injury claim is to return the plaintiff back to their pre-accident state—where possible and as circumstances provide—through the awarding of economic damages. As such, in theory, any type of accident in which a careless or negligent defendant causes a plaintiff’s damages could be resolved through a personal injury civil action. Personal injury suits take on all sorts of forms, and the process of each could be determined by the defendant’s willingness to negotiate or even settle out of court....Continue Reading...

Negotiating a Fair Settlement for Your Damages

Making a personal injury claim against the party or parties responsible makes it possible for accident victims or their families to get compensated for their damages. Reaching a settlement outside of court with an insurance company is a common alternative to filing an official lawsuit, though sometimes settlement negotiations can be reached even after the plaintiff has formally filed their lawsuit in court.Occasionally, going through the formal process of filing a lawsuit is necessary when dealing with an disagreeable defendant. But in many cases,...Continue Reading...