Ohio’s fifth-largest city, Akron, is located in Summit County, along the Little Cuyahoga River.
Situated in the Great Lakes region of the United States, Akron is less than 40 miles south of Lake Erie. Originally founded in 1825, Akron was officially incorporated as a city in 1865. During the 1910s, the community became the fastest-growing city in the country due to its variety of industries, including rubber, which led to the city being nicknamed the Rubber City and the Rubber Capital of the World.
Like much of the Midwest, Akron was heavily influenced by the automobile industry, becoming a hub for tire giants, including B.F. Goodrich, General Tire, Firestone and Goodyear. Although all companies once established central operations in the city, only Goodyear remains.
Today, Akron, which is known as the hub of the Akron Metro area, has grown to measure more than 62 miles in size, and is home to more than 198,000 people. The city’s diverse population is slightly younger than the state average at 36.4 years, and residents of Akron make less, statistically, than other areas of Ohio, with residents averaging $34,300 annually.
Like any community, Akron residents could, at some point in their lives, sustain a serious personal injury, which would require the expertise of a skilled and qualified personal injury attorney.
Personal Injury Attorneys in Cleveland
Unfortunately, bad things can happen to good people, and it’s quite common for accidents to happen that result in some sort of injury. While it is impossible to avoid them and their repercussions fully, those that come as a result of another individual or entity’s negligence can be prevented.
Because personal injury can occur at virtually any time, there are a number of circumstances that have become common in personal injury claims, including:
- Wrongful Death
- Truck Accidents
- Workers’ Compensation
- Construction Accidents
- Medical Malpractice
- Auto Collisions
- Motorcycle Crashes
- Nursing Home Neglect
Victims who have suffered some sort of serious personal injury face a variety of other obstacles, in addition to the physical injury itself. They can include mounting medical bills, lost wages and/or lost property. If you or someone you love has recently suffered a serious personal injury, it is important that you consult with a qualified attorney to discuss the recovery of damages.
In Akron and Cleveland, Ohio, the personal injury attorneys at Condeni Law, LLC, are your personal injury advocates. “A Voice for the Injured”, our attorneys understand that personal injury is as painful as it is stressful and confusing, and are committed to making sure that you receive fair and full compensation for your suffering.
Whether or not you believe you have a case, we are here to help you today. We welcome your call today at (216) 771-1760 to discuss your situation with one of our personal injury attorneys. We offer a free preliminary consultation to assess your case.
Directions to our Cleveland Personal Injury Attorney from Akron, OH
These directions are from Google Maps starting from:
Total Est. Time: 38 mins
Total Est. Distance: 32.9 mi
- Head east on W Bowery St toward S Main St
- Turn left at the 1st cross street onto S Main St
- Turn left onto W Mill St
- Continue straight to stay on W Mill St (signs for Glendale Ave)
- Turn left onto Rand Ave
- Continue straight to stay on Rand Ave
- Use the left 2 lanes to take the Ohio 59 Wramp to Interstate 76 W/Interstate 77 N
- Follow I-77 N to Rockside Rd in Independence. Take exit 155 from I-77 N
- Merge onto OH-59 W
- Merge onto I-76 W/I-77 N
- Keep left at the fork to continue on I-77 N
- Take exit 155 for Rockside Rd toward 7 Hills/Independence
- Turn left onto Rockside Rd
- Turn right onto Mural Dr
- Turn left onto Dorset Dr
- Turn right onto Lancaster Dr
- Use the middle lane to turn left onto Granger Rd
- Destination will be on the right
We are located at:
600 East Granger Road, Second Floor
Cleveland, Ohio 44131