The Law Firm of Mark A. Skeldon guides, advises, and advocates for clients physically or financially harmed by the negligence of others. Through meaningful, honest conversations, knowledge, and experience in civil litigation, we safeguard claims, recover damages, and seek justice for clients whose lives are negatively impacted by the negligence of others.
Community-based law firm dedicated to serving clients in the Toledo metro area and across the state of Ohio. Our firm focuses on personal injury law, including motor vehicle accidents, spinal and catastrophic injuries, and consumer law against individuals and corporate defendants.
Trust is the leading principle of the Law Firm of Mark A. Skeldon. We designate the necessary time to establish trust with clients and determine the negative impact of another’s negligence on the client’s life.
Collaborating with an experienced practice team of professionals, paralegals, nurse consultants, and a network of engineers, surgeons, social workers, and experts allows the practice to have a comprehensive approach to representing clients.
Personal Injury is physical or financial damages caused by the negligence of others. Personal Injury Law often referred to as Torts, includes slip and fall injures, animal attacks, defamation, libel, slander, assault, battery, and intentional harm to another person.
MOTOR VEHICLE ACCIDENTS
Each year millions of people are involved in motor vehicle accidents, many resulting in the need for medical care. Motor vehicle accidents include rear-end collisions, rollovers, distracted driving, drunk driving, uninsured or underinsured, and hit and run. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration estimates over 5.2-million traffic crashes occurred in 2020, resulting in 2.2 million injuries (disabling and non-disabling) and 38,824 traffic-related fatalities.
Motor vehicle accident (MVA) law involves determining the at-fault (negligence) party in a traffic collision and determined by the state statutes (laws) where the accident occurred and case law.
Consumer law protects consumers from fraudulent business practices and defective or deceptive products, including goods and services sold by manufacturers and retailers in the marketplace. Federal and state governments oversee consumer protection laws through the Federal Trade Commission and state-revised codes.