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Essential Strategies and Tips for First Client Meetings

By William J. Price The first meeting between an attorney and their client is a pivotal moment in the attorney-client relationship. Having a well-thought-out plan in place is crucial for ensuring a smooth start and setting the stage for effective collaboration. This initial meeting serves as an opportunity for lawyers to gather essential information...

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Arthur Elk, 2023 Cleveland State University College of Law Hall of Fame Inductee

A well-earned acknowledgment of a long, successful, and innovative legal career for Arthur Elk, a founding partner of Elk & Elk Co Ltd, was recently recognized. An alumnus of CSU-College of Law, Art was inducted into their Hall of Fame on November 3, 2023. Success in public service, civil practice, and business are seen...

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Why Allowing Insurance Companies to Move Your Vehicle from a Tow Yard Is in Your Best Interest

By William J. Price Imagine this scenario: You’ve been in a car accident, and the aftermath is nothing short of a chaotic whirlwind. Your car now sits in a tow yard, a stark reminder of the collision that turned your day upside down. Your insurance company is requesting your permission to relocate your vehicle...

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Happy Halloween! Local Trick or Treat Times for Ohio 2023

To help you plan your trick-or-treating adventure, we’ve compiled a list of Halloween trick-or-treat times for various cities in Ohio! This list includes cities from the Cleveland, Columbus and Cincinnati areas. Northeast Ohio Akron Date: Saturday, October 28 Time: 5 p.m. – 7 p.m. Alliance Date: Tuesday, October 31 Time: 5 p.m. – 7...

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Myths vs. Reality: Unmasking the Truth about Friday the 13th

Friday the 13th has long been associated with superstitions and fears of bad luck. However, it’s important to separate fact from fiction when it comes to personal safety and accidents. Let’s debunk some common myths associated with this seemingly unlucky day: Myth 1: Accidents are More Likely on Friday the 13th Fact: There is no...

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Tips for Promoting Mental Health in the Workplace

October 10th is World Mental Health Day, a day that allows people and communities to unite behind the theme for 2023 – ‘Mental health is a universal human right‘ – by raising awareness and promoting and protecting everyone’s mental health as a universal human right. Mental health issues can affect anyone, and they don’t...

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No More Warnings! Ticketing Now Begins for Ohio’s New Distracted Driving Law

On April 4, the state of Ohio implemented a new distracted driving law, significantly changing how we handle mobile devices while behind the wheel. This law now categorizes the use of cell phones or any electronic devices while driving as a primary offense, which means that law enforcement officers have the authority to pull...

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Legal Rights for Breast Cancer Patients in Ohio Employment and Disability Accommodations

October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, a month dedicated to education, early detection, and fostering a sense of community to address one of the most prevalent health challenges globally. In this blog post, we’ll explore the importance of Breast Cancer Awareness Month and dive into the legal rights and workplace accommodations available to breast...

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Everything You Need to Know About Filing a Fall Sports Injury Lawsuit

Participating in fall sports can be thrilling but comes with inherent risks. In the unfortunate event of an injury during a fall sports activity, you may face medical bills, pain, and uncertainty about the future. Understanding the legal process of filing a personal injury lawsuit related to fall sports is crucial to protecting your...

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Whistleblower Doctors Shed Light on Patient Safety and Medicare Fraud with Concurrent Surgeries and Double-Billing

By James M. Kelley III Doctors at some large teaching hospitals in the United States are speaking out against a concerning practice that jeopardizes patient safety and potentially defrauds Medicare. Surgeons, they claim, are scheduling multiple operations simultaneously, leaving critical portions unattended, and then billing for services they still need to provide fully. In...

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