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If one of the parties has broken the law, criminal charges may be warranted. If no infraction of the law occurred, the parties are advised to obtain independent counsel.
First, and foremost, call the Police at 216-475-4551. The Law Department will follow up in appropriate cases with prosecution, which may also include a temporary protection order.
Make a Police Report or make a report to the individual in charge of the facility in which you were injured. Additionally, obtain two quotes that specify the amount of damages suffered. Your claim will be processed through the Law Department and with the City’s insurance carrier.
Call the Law Department at 216-475-0824 and someone will assist you in finding an answer to your question.
Contact The Garfield Heights Municipal Court at 216-475-1900.
Call the Garfield Heights Police Department at 216-475-4551 at once.