Attorney Richard A. Vadnal founded his legal practice in 2001, relying on over a decade of significant prior experience in the area of plaintiff personal injury representation, wrongful death, and medical malpractice. With a desire to help people in difficult situations and an ability fight for their rights, Mr. Vadnal has been helping injured victims and their families for over 23 years.
Mr. Vadnal began his professional legal career in 1988 working with a plaintiff personal injury firm in downtown Cleveland. After gaining extensive experience in handling almost every kind of injury, death, or malpractice case, Mr. Vadnal was recruited to join a large mid-west regional-based law firm wi…
A husband received a settlement from a self-insured drug store chain corporation after its pharmacist dispensed the wrong dose of a certain drug being used to treat his wife who had already been diagnosed with Stage IV cancer. The prescription error caused the Willoughby Hill, Lake County, woman to receive nine times the amount of the drug she would have taken under normal circumstances, causing extreme discomfort, pain, and agony just prior to her cancer death.
A case in the United States District Court, Northern District of New York, involved a young professional man assaulted in a restaurant/bar causing a knee injury (torn patellar tendon) requiring surgery and extensive physical therapy. The business establishment’s liability carrier settled the claim when testimony confirmed that the person causing the assault had been previously banned from its establishment on several occasions due to previous violent acts.