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I have employed many lawyers over the years with varying success/outcomes. I must say that Patrick was very... more
Cleveland  Patrick Paul Merrick

Patrick Merrick

Cleveland, OH Birth Injury
Avvo rating 6.9
Stephen is amiable, intelligent, and reliable. He has been working my case for over 2 years and I value his input,... more
Cleveland  Stephen Edward Daray

Stephen Daray

Cleveland, OH Divorce / Separation
Avvo rating 8.8
Attorney Michael H. Gruhin has represented me since 2005 and he's still my attorney of record. Michael is very... more
Cleveland  Michael H. Gruhin

Michael Gruhin

Cleveland, OH Workers Compensation
Avvo rating 10.0
I am a physically challenged woman. I need a wheelchair to get around. I was charged with a DUI by very aggressive... more
Cleveland  Joseph Carmen Patituce

Joseph Patituce

Cleveland, OH DUI / DWI
Avvo rating 10.0
Joe and his staff were a God-send! They handled my car accident case like I was family. Kris his one assistant is a... more
Cleveland  Joseph Gerard Paulozzi

Joseph Paulozzi

Cleveland, OH Personal Injury
Avvo rating 10.0
After some years of disappointments with dishonest lawyers in NYC, I met JP Sarmiento doing some online research. I... more
Cleveland  Juan Paolo Pasia Sarmiento

Juan Sarmiento

Cleveland, OH Immigration
Avvo rating 7.8
Brandon and I have been involved in a number of cases over the years but what really stood out to me was when I wrongly... more
Cleveland  Brandon James Henderson

Brandon Henderson

Cleveland, OH Criminal Defense
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I'm living in California and was having a difficult time talking to or getting any information from an Attorney in... more
Cleveland  Melvin Harvey Banchek

Melvin Banchek

Cleveland, OH Bankruptcy / Chapter 7
Avvo rating 6.5

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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.