The right to a trial by your peers, better known as a jury trial, was so important to the Founding Fathers that it was envisioned and captured in the Seventh Amendment to the U.S. Constitution as follows: “In suits by a common … [Read more...] about Having Your Day in Court: A Disappearing Right
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Cleveland Sports Fans: Just in time for another season of Cleveland Indians baseball, Plevin & Gallucci is offering a free designated driver to one lucky fan for each home game this season. Our law firm, which has been serving … [Read more...] about Attention Sports Fans: Designated Drivers Available for Cleveland Games
I was pleased to read Thursday's story "Workers' Comp bureau ordered to refund $859M to employers." For years, injured workers have battled the notion that benefits needed to be reduced in order to temper high premium rates. … [Read more...] about Workers’ Comp Shenanigans Exposed: Letter to the Editor
The mere mention of workers’ compensation fraud unfairly invokes the picture of an injured worker doing the limbo on some tropical island with a pinã colada in hand, while awaiting his next workers’ compensation check. However, … [Read more...] about Workers’ Compensation Fraud: When Employers Break the Law
In December 2012, the Ohio Supreme Court issued a decision and another “half-decision” that provided further analysis of Ohio’s workplace intentional tort law. This is in addition to the Supreme Court’s decision in Hewitt v. … [Read more...] about Ohio Supreme Court Creates New Hurdles for Injured Ohio Workers
The use of temporary employees by U.S. employers has increased dramatically over the years, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. In January 1990, there were around 1.2 million temporary help workers in the U.S. In … [Read more...] about Temporary Employees Injured on the Job in Ohio: Who Has You Covered?