Significant Case Victories '

Tabitha Justice and Nick Subashi of Subashi & Wildermuth recently represented Nationwide Agribusiness Insurance Company, and Nationwide Mutual Fire Insurance Company in a two-week jury trial in the Clinton County Court of Common Pleas. 

David J. Oberly secured a significant victory in the Ohio Supreme Court in which the state's highest court clarified that the statute of limitations in insurance agent negligence and misrepresentation actions accrues on the date the policy is issued, thereby rejecting the delayed damages rule in insurance agent/agency professional liability lawsuits.

David J. Oberly and Ray C. Freudiger obtained summary judgment on behalf of insurance agent client in fraud action venued in Cincinnati involving dispute over agent's alleged failure to procure insurance coverage for residence which sustained extensive, uncovered fire damage.

Adam E. Carr and Eric K. Grinnell secured summary judgment for a homeowner, which was unanimously affirmed on appeal, in the defense of a claim by a social guest who suffered a broken leg when the porch swing came loose.

Ray C. Freudiger and David J. Oberly obtained summary judgment on behalf of national insurance carrier in breach of contract action involving dispute over extent of coverage entitled to be insured under homeowner's insurance contract venued in Cleveland, Ohio. 

Bret C. Perry and Ronald A. Margolis secured a unanimous defense verdict in medical malpractice action involving plaintiff who suffered stroke and extensive brain damage.

Ray C. Freudiger and David J. Oberly secured a significant victory in the defense of a commercial vehicle wrongful death action at both the trial court and appellate court levels.