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Rachel has been instrumental in helping my husband and I with his parents' elder care needs. She provided us... more
Cleveland  Rachel Anne Kabb-Effron

Rachel Kabb-Effron

Cleveland, OH Elder Law
Avvo rating 10.0
Mike Gruhin helped me with the things i did not know about workers comp. He was very professional in all my... more
Cleveland  Michael H. Gruhin

Michael Gruhin

Cleveland, OH Workers Compensation
Avvo rating 10.0
Answered my phone call, filed my paperwork, kept me informed, handled all negotiations with insurance company,... more
Cleveland  Ronald James Schafer

Ronald Schafer

Cleveland, OH Workers Compensation
Avvo rating 5.4
He was great, offered a clear, concise idea of what to expect which happened to be spot on. Very... more
Cleveland  Jonathon Martin Ginter

Jonathon Ginter

Cleveland, OH Bankruptcy / Chapter 13
Avvo rating 6.6
Harvey Bruce Bruner is a attorney which which will not defend your case and will slander you and harm your... more
Cleveland  Harvey Bruce Bruner

Harvey Bruner

Cleveland, OH DUI / DWI
Avvo rating 3.9
When I first came there a person who introduced himself as David told me that I have nothing to worry about,... more
Cleveland  David Steven Chesley

David Chesley

Lancaster, CA Criminal Defense
Avvo rating 8.2
I would like to show my appreciation to Evangeline for assisting my husband and I in applying for his green... more
Cleveland  Evangeline M. Chan

Evangeline Chan

New York, NY Immigration
Avvo rating 6.5
I have used Mr. Bagnato on many occasions in all matters of law and would recommend him to anyone. He is... more
Cleveland  Christopher Frank Bagnato

Christopher Bagnato

Philadelphia, PA Criminal Defense
Avvo rating 8.1

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The neighborhood of Ohio City was once an economic rival of Cleveland. In 1836, this rivalry reached the boiling point. By constructing a new bridge at Columbus Street and removing an old one at Center Street, Cleveland diverted merchant traffic towards Cleveland and away from Ohio City. What followed was the Bridge War.

Nearly 1,000 Ohio City inhabitants attempted to destroy the Columbus Street Bridge, and were opposed by the Cleveland militia. Amazingly, only two people were injured.

The fighting stopped when the county sheriff intervened and obtained a court order against further interference. After much discussion, a new bridge was constructed at Center Street to replace the old one.