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Do Not Accept an Early Offer from an Auto Insurance Company

08 March 2023
Emily Bush
Do Not Accept an Early Offer from an Auto Insurance Company

One way that insurance adjusters can try to take advantage of your stress is by tendering an “early offer” to settle your bodily injury claim. 

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IMPORTANCE OF PROMPTLY FILING YOUR WORKERS’ COMPENSATION CLAIM

08 February 2023
Shawn Scharf
IMPORTANCE OF PROMPTLY FILING YOUR WORKERS’ COMPENSATION CLAIM

Over the past several years, the Ohio Bureau of Workers’ Compensation has taken incremental steps to reduce the time an injured worker has to timely file a claim.

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I Was Injured in a Car Accident – Who Pays My Medical Bills?

09 January 2023
Emily Bush
I Was Injured in a Car Accident – Who Pays My Medical Bills?

If you or a loved one are injured after being involved in an accident, one of your first questions may be, “How am I going to pay for my medical bills?”

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Injured But Classified as an Independent Contractor by your Employer?

21 December 2022
Lisa A. Connolly
Injured But Classified as an Independent Contractor by your Employer?

Businesses that hire independent contractors usually do not withhold taxes and do not maintain unemployment or worker’s compensation insurance for their workers.

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Injured in a Car Accident with an Uninsured Driver

26 September 2022
Emily Bush
Injured in a Car Accident with an Uninsured Driver

What if the person who is at-fault stopped paying for their car insurance and their coverage has lapsed?

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Slip and Fall

22 August 2022
Ryan M Harrell
Slip and Fall

When a customer goes into a place of business, such as a supermarket or department store, & is injured by slipping & falling on a substance or tripping over an object, many people immediately assume the business is liable for the customer’s injuries.

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Late Pay Triggers Damages Claims

22 July 2022
Richard Bush
Late Pay Triggers Damages Claims

Not getting paid ON TIME can result in bounced checks, late credit card and mortgage payments, bank fees, and other damages and hardship.

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Dog Bites

18 April 2022
Emily Bush

In the state of Ohio, the owner of the dog can be held liable under Ohio Revised Code 955.28.

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Unclaimed Awards in Existing Ohio Workers’ Compensation Claims

18 April 2022
Shawn Scharf

If you have an existing Ohio Workers’ Compensation claim that has been allowed by the Bureau of Workers’ Compensation or your self-insured employer, there may be benefits you are entitled to that have never been pursued.

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Important Changes to Ohio’s Anti-Discrimination Statute

18 April 2022
Jeffrey Geisinger

When H.B. 352 went into effect on April 15, 2021, it changed Ohio’s anti-discrimination statute, R.C. Chapter 4112, in several important ways.

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Ohio Supreme Court Further Erodes Injured Worker Rights and Benefits

In a devastating decision for injured workers throughout Ohio, the Ohio Supreme Court on March 5, 2024 handed down State ex rel. Dillon v. Industrial Commission of Ohio.

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Green Haines Sgambati Obtains $1 Million Settlement in Trucking Case

This month, our office handled a case with this fact pattern and recovered $1,000,000.00.

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