NCDD National College for DUI Defense: David Craig Sheldon

Case Highlights
Personal Injury Cases
Tina Harrell, et al. v. Delta Management, Inc. (dba Christie's Cabaret) - premises liability shooting case; 38-yr-old female entertainer shot inside club $425,000 settlement
Bulan Case - 38 yr. old female client rear-ended by drunk-driver; minivan totaled; soft tissue injury to neck & upper back; PT for 2 mos; med bills $760; settled for $14,500 - 2013
King Case - 33 yr. old female client struck by motorist while walking in cross-walk; fractured tibia at plateau; medicals $3,100; 3 mos. healing and therapy; settled for $30,000 - 2013
Mattern Case - 46 yr. old female driver struck by motorist backing out of driveway; minivan damage $4,000; medical specials of $6,000 for soft-tissue neck and back injury; PT; 2 yrs treatment; settled for $34,505 - 2013
Sutton Case - mid-50s female client rear-ended; minor damage to vehicle; soft-tissue injury to neck and back; limited PT; medical specials $4,000; settled for $12,000 - 2013
Farage Case - 49 yr. old female driver struck on driver's side by motorist whose vehicle slide on ice; client tore left rotator cuff; surgical repair; 3 mos. PT; med specials $26,000; settled for $75,000 - 2013
Turner v. Quisenberry - defendant driver veered into plaintiff while she was on motorcycle, causing her to be ejected; plaintiff skidded against asphalt; suffered severe road rash, bruised shoulder, stitches to upper arm, bruised left knee resulting in chondromylacia; medical expenses of $45k; lost wages of $9k; insurance company settled pre-suit for $94,000 - 2012
Jane Doe v. John Doe Chiropractor - chiropractic malpractice case; client suffered bilateral tearing of the vertebral arteries following chiropractic spinal manipulation; client experienced small strokes from clots; parties settled for $237,500 - 2011
John Doe v. Anonymous Bar; - co-counseled case with Cleveland attorney Steven Weiss; client struck head-on by drunk driver who had just left Anonymous Bar; had 16-17 beers over 2 hour period; BAC .254 at scene; Dram Shop action; client sustained several fractures and hospitalized for 2 weeks; case settled during voir dire for $185,000 (client previously settled with drunk driver for policy limits) - 2010
Bryant v. Ohio Edison Co, et al - electrical burn injury case to 50-year-old married male; settlement of $1.3 million
Eggeman, Executor of Estate of Robert Keith Chapman v. Brinker International Inc., et al - wrongful death of 40-yr-old single male struck head-on by drunk driver; dram shop liability; $1 million settlement
Robert Greene, et al. v. USA, Dept. of Veterans Affairs - medical malpractice case; failure to diagnose colorectal cancer; 53-yr- old African American Vietnam Vet; $725,000 settlement
Contreras v. ERA Enterprises, LLC - premises liability case involving stabbing of two clients outside nightclub in parking lot settlement of $159,000

Handling Wrongful Death Matters Throughout Northeast Ohio When Families Face Tragedy

Wrongful death lawyer helps Medina and Strongsville families get through their time of loss

If your loved one dies due to the negligent act of another, you may have a wrongful death case. There is no time more stressful than losing a loved one particularly if their death is caused by the wrongful acts of another person. David C. Sheldon is a wrongful death lawyer in Medina who understands the tragedy of loss and compassionately advocates for your rights and the rights of your loved one. We have more than 24 years of experience seeking compensation for the wrongful death of your loved one.

At The Law Office of David Craig Sheldon, we investigate the cause of the loss and take appropriate action on your behalf. Ohio state law sets two years from time of death to file a wrongful death case. It is important to do so as soon as possible or the opportunity to recover damages will be lost forever.

Who can file a wrongful death claim?

Ohio wrongful death actions, governed by these statutes - RC 2125.01 and 2125.02 - state that the surviving spouse, children and parents of the deceased can bring a wrongful death action. If next of kin want to also recover damages, they must testify at a trial but the immediate family members do not need to do so.

Wrongful death attorney recovers compensation to help families in Medina and throughout northeast Ohio

We strive to achieve justice against those who have caused the untimely death of your loved one. Personal injury attorney David C. Sheldon is committed to recovering compensation for all damages available in Ohio, including:

  • Loss of financial support
  • Loss of services
  • Loss of society of the deceased - companionship, love and affection, care
  • Loss of prospective inheritance to the heirs of the deceased
  • Mental anguish

The amount a jury can award is not capped by statute because the Ohio Constitution prohibits caps in wrongful death cases.

Types of accidents causing a wrongful death

We are prepared to handle wrongful death claims stemming from a wide range of fatal accidents:

  • Construction accidents
  • Slip and fall accidents
  • Car accidents
  • Medical malpractice
  • Unsafe premises
  • Truck accidents
  • Excessive force by police
  • OVI accidents
  • Defective products
  • Defective roadway design

Ohio wrongful death law firm bringing your family justice.

If your family has suffered the tragedy of a wrongful death, call The Law Office of David Craig Sheldon at 330.723.8788 or contact the firm online to schedule your free initial consultation today.