Local and state bar associations, the National Business Institute, and other organizations regularly host opportunities for attorneys to earn Continuing Legal Education (CLE) hours.
Elk & Elk attorneys are often invited to share their extensive experience in various areas of personal injury law with their peers in the legal community at these events. Continue reading “Earn Continuing Legal Education hours at these upcoming seminars”
Elk & Elk attorney William Price will share his extensive experience in auto injury litigation and help others gain a better understanding of effective strategies for working with insurance companies at an upcoming National Business Institute live seminar in Worthington. Continue reading “Elk & Elk Attorney William Price to Present on Auto Injury Litigation at Upcoming Seminar”
Elk & Elk attorneys Amy L. Papesh and William J. Price will share their extensive experience in the area of wrongful death litigation at an upcoming National Business Institute live seminar in Cleveland.
NBI’s “Wrongful Death Litigation: Start-to-Finish” takes place on Thursday, November 30, from 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. at the CMBA Conference Center. The program is approved for 6 Continuing Legal Education (CLE) credit hours, including one hour of attorney ethics instruction. Continue reading “Elk & Elk attorneys to present at upcoming National Business Institute seminar”
Elk & Elk attorney Amy Papesh will present on the probate side of mass torts at the upcoming Mass Torts Made Perfect Fall Conference in Las Vegas.
Mass Torts Made Perfect is hosted by Levin Papantonio at The Bellagio on Oct. 18 to 20. It’s designed for those who work in the areas of plaintiff mass torts, personal injury litigation, securities and toxic torts. Continue reading “Elk & Elk attorney Amy Papesh to present at Mass Torts Made Perfect”
This article originally appeared in the September/October 2017 issue of Ohio Lawyer, the Ohio State Bar Association’s member magazine.
By William J. Price
A former client is injured in a car accident, holds the other driver accountable and asks for your help. If your firm doesn’t typically handle personal injury claims, you may think there’s nothing you can do for the client. In this scenario, by recommending a co-counsel agreement, attorneys have the opportunity to assist former clients while building relationships with other attorneys and firms. Continue reading “Co-Counseling a Personal Injury Case: Tips for Working with Other Attorneys”
Elk & Elk attorney Amy Papesh will share her extensive experience in estate administration and help others gain a better understanding of the proper procedures at an upcoming National Business Institute live seminar in Cleveland.
Continue reading “Elk & Elk’s Amy Papesh to Present on Estate Administration at Upcoming Seminar”
On February 22, the Ohio Supreme Court declined to hear the appeal of a $2.7 million verdict awarded to victims of a fatal trike motorcycle crash. Elk & Elk attorneys Gary Cowan and Kimberly Young represented the family of the Ohio man killed in the accident and his surviving spouse, who suffered severe injuries. Continue reading “Ohio Supreme Court declines appeal of $2.7M verdict for fatal motorcycle accident”
Elk & Elk attorney Amy Papesh will offer valuable insights into the most effective estate planning procedures and strategies at National Business Institute’s upcoming “Estate Planning from A to Z” seminar. The two-day program kicks off on Monday, March 20, with Papesh’s presentations on client screening and intake and key elements of effective wills. Continue reading “Elk & Elk’s Amy Papesh to Present at National Business Institute Estate Planning Seminar”
In a life-threatening medical emergency, airborne ICUs save valuable time and dramatically improve treatment outcomes. Unfortunately, the relief following successful treatment is often met with shock and panic when the bill for the service arrives. Patients across the country have been hit with tens of thousands of dollars in charges for air ambulance services and bombarded with collection calls while they are still in recovery. This practice adds insult to injury and can cause patients great amounts of anxiety and stress during one of the most vulnerable times of their lives. Continue reading “Elk & Elk, Dubyak Nelson represent victims in claims against emergency air transport provider”
The success of a law firm is measured by independent review, peer recognition and client satisfaction. The attorneys of Elk & Elk respect each of these perspectives, and are humbled by the continuous recognition as Super Lawyers by their peers.
Five Elk & Elk attorneys were recognized on the top 100 in Ohio list, and a total of 13 attorneys were named Super Lawyers or Rising Stars. The depth of talent within Elk & Elk has provided their clients with results totaling more than 1 billion dollars in recovery.
Communication, diligence and collaboration define Elk & Elk’s practice. It is the attorneys’ belief that clients deserve access to their lawyer when questions or needs arise. Elk & Elk ensures all clients’ questions are answered and works to guide them through the legal process with a thorough understanding of the legal remedies available.
Collaboration begins with the many resources Elk & Elk has available. Every client has access to in-house nurses, paralegals, accountants, accident reconstructionists and support staff who work together to bring unique perspective and skills to each client’s case.
Through more than 35 years of serving clients, they have expanded their efforts into the community. With support from the Cleveland Cavaliers, Elk & Elk created “Get That Weak Stuff Out Of Here” to raise resources and awareness for the fight against pediatric cancer. In addition, the firm’s “Everything Earned” program awarded six high school athletic departments grants for their outstanding achievements in sports as well as in the classroom and community.
“When Art and I founded Elk & Elk 35 years ago, we had dreams of great success, like most business owners,” says David Elk. “Our firm continues to grow, and in the process those dreams continue to be exceeded. Not everyone here has the last name of Elk, but we are very much a family, and it is our privilege to help families in need throughout Ohio.”