About us

If you have been injured due to someone else’s negligence, you may not be able to work due to your pain or injuries. At Ralls & Ralls, we understand the value of professional and competent legal representation that protects you and your family’s interests. 

Appointments

 

To set up your appointment, please use our appointment form. Be sure to explain your reason in detail. Walk-ins available. Someone will reach out to you within 1 hour

Opening hours

Our hours have changed. Please schedule any walk-ins and appointments within our new hours. 

Mon - Fri08:00 - 21:00
Sat - Sun09:00 - 20:00

Welcome to Ralls & Ralls

Attorney At Law

A serious auto accident, anywhere, can be devastating. Victims of car accidents in the Cleveland area may have to face an overwhelming ordeal, from pain and suffering to skyrocketing bills and lost income in an already tough economy.

  • Someone who will work overnight to understand your case
  • Work with an expert with a range court experiences
  • An empathetic and personal relationship

If you were injured, or a loved one was injured or died in a car or truck accident, don’t hesitate to contact my law office. We provide a powerful mix of resources and over five decades of experience in handling accident claims.

We are here in the community, and here to serve you. Thank you for considering us.

Our loyal Ralls and Ralls over the years

Injury Cases

Personal Injury, Wrongful Death • Birth Injury • Emergency Room Mistakes •  Spinal Cord Injuries , Brain Injury • Railroad Worker Injuries Under FELA


Mistakes & Accidents

Amusement Park Accidents • Auto/Car Accidents • Aviation Accidents • Bicycle Accidents • Brain Injury • Bus Accidents • Construction Accidents • Railroad Accidents • Motorcycle Accidents • Pedestrian Accidents • Truck Accidents • Medical Malpractice • Anesthesia Mistakes • Emergency Room Mistakes • Medication/Pharmacy Errors • Misdiagnosis & Failure to Diagnose • Nursing Home Neglect

Situational

Dog Bites • Elder Abuse • Wage and Hours Claims • Unpaid Overtime Claims • Estate Planning & Probate • Guardianships Wills & Trusts • Uninsured/Underinsured •  Drivers Medical Devices • Defective Auto Parts •  • Medication/Pharmacy Errors • Misdiagnosis & Failure to Diagnose •

Why Hire Us?

We are focused on empathy and elimination indifference. Our process in scheduling your appointment to representing you in court will give you peace of mind. Knowing your case will be in good hands

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Working Hours

Our team of lawyers and paralegals work around the clock to help win settlements and cases for our clients.

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Cups of Coffee

We get a natural buzz from the excitement that comes with practicing law. When that wears off there’s coffee.

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Legal Issues

We have handled 100s of accident cases a year. Today we are proud to announce we’re still going strong.

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Satisfied Clients

There’s nothing more satisfying than having satisfied clients. At Ralls & Ralls, we’ll never stop trying to satisfy you.

What you should know
Before Your Case

The fact that mishaps are fairly commonplace does not detract from the pain and confusion that can result when an accident or injury happens to you or a loved one. If you decide to take steps toward protecting your legal rights after an accident or injury, you may have a number of general questions about “personal injury” cases.

More you should know

A little education

WHAT IS A PERSONAL INJURY CASE?

“Personal injury” cases are legal disputes that arise when one person suffers harm from an accident or injury, and someone else might be legally responsible for that harm. A personal injury case can become formalized through civil court proceedings that seek to find others legally at fault through a court judgment or, as is much more common, such disputes may be resolved through informal settlement before any lawsuit is filed:

Formal “Lawsuit” Formal “Lawsuit”

Unlike criminal cases, which are initiated by the government, a formal personal injury case typically starts when a private individual (the “plaintiff”) files a civil “complaint” against another person, business, corporation, or government agency (the “defendant”), alleging that they acted carelessly or irresponsibly in connection with an accident or injury that caused harm. This action is known as “filing a lawsuit”. Our discussion on negligence and proof is especially helpful

Informal Settlement

In reality, most disputes over fault for an accident or injury are resolved through informal early settlement, usually among those personally involved in the dispute, their insurers, and attorneys representing both sides. A settlement commonly takes the form of negotiation, followed by a written agreement in which both sides forgo any further action (such as a lawsuit), choosing instead to resolve the matter through payment of an agreeable amount of money.

(Note: the “middle ground” between a lawsuit and an informal settlement is alternative dispute resolution procedures like mediation and arbitration.)