The bellwether trial to determine abatement remedies - essentially how much the defendants have to pay for remedies to address the epidemic - is underway in Cleveland. Our firm's Frank Gallucci has been on the team representing … [Read more...] about Pharmacies Face Key Trial Test As Opioid MDL Intrigue Swirls – Law360
If you’re like many people in Ohio and around the country, you may have had your first virtual medical visit during the pandemic. According to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, the use of virtual video or … [Read more...] about Can I Sue for Medical Malpractice in Ohio after a Virtual Visit?
Ohio has the dubious honor of being the site of one of the best-known concert disasters in U.S. history. In 1979, 11 teens and young adults were killed and at least 26 others injured when a crowd waiting outside the Riverfront … [Read more...] about Ohio Concert Injuries: Who’s Responsible?
You probably know that workers’ compensation is the usual source of compensation when you’ve been injured on the job. And you may have heard that workers’ compensation in Ohio is an exclusive remedy, meaning that you typically … [Read more...] about Third-Party Liability for Ohio Work Injuries
You may have heard that Ohio workers’ compensation is an exclusive remedy, and an employee who is injured on the job can never file a direct lawsuit against the employer. While that is the general rule, Ohio law creates one … [Read more...] about When Can I Sue My Ohio Employer for a Work Injury?
In Ohio, workers’ compensation benefits are typically awarded on a “no fault” basis. That means an injured worker doesn’t have to prove that the employer did anything wrong to receive benefits. With very limited exceptions, the … [Read more...] about Safety Violations and Ohio Workers’ Compensation