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Jury Awards $39M in Wrongful Death Case

  Elk & Elk personal injury attorney Phillip Kuri obtains justice for client CLEVELAND, April 4, 2014 /PRNewswire/ [caption id="" align="alignright" width="200"] Phillip A. Kuri, Partner at Elk & Elk Co., Ltd., obtained a $39 million dollar jury verdict for his client.[/caption] The Ohio personal injury law firm of Elk & Elk Co., Ltd. is...

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Online Law School

Would you hire an attorney who received his or her law degree online? While the American Bar Association (ABA) has not accredited any law schools offering a 100 percent online learning experience, some schools have started to embrace online learning. Currently, ABA standards state that no more than one-third of an accredited law school’s...

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Government Shutdown Puts Consumers at Risk

As the battle over The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (Obamacare) and the debt ceiling stalls in congress, furloughs of more than 800,000 government employees continue and some public safety services have literally gone “offline.” Salmonella outbreak In an effort to research the massive salmonella outbreak that has sickened nearly 300 people, we...

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Ohio Law Slashes Jury Award to Victim of Sexual Assault

An Ohio woman whose pastor sexually assaulted her when she was 15 years old has now been deprived of over $3 million. Neither a robbery nor a Ponzi scheme was to blame. The culprits responsible for this “theft” were members of the Ohio General Assembly. A jury awarded $3.6 million to the woman, who...

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LeBron Called for Jury Duty

If you think being rich and famous gets you out of jury duty, think again. LeBron James recently revealed via Instagram that he had been summoned to the Summit County Courthouse for jury duty. He posted a few self-portraits and wrote, “Jury duty time. Time to serve my civic duty.” Although LeBron and the...

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Beware of Travelling Contractors

In the wake of recent storms, Attorney General Mike DeWine has issued a warning regarding traveling contractors. He cautions Ohioans that some contractors may try to take advantage of desperate storm victims as they struggle to rebuild their homes. “After severe weather hits, it’s important to be vigilant about home improvement scams,” DeWine said....

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Elk & Elk attorneys help hunger center provide 17,000 meals for Thanksgiving

Hunger is a problem 365 days a year, not just during the holidays. That’s why Elk & Elk partners each Thanksgiving with Cleveland sports radio personality Mark “Munch” Bishop to help stock the pantry at the St. Augustine Hunger Center in Tremont. On Wednesday, November 21, 2012, for the eighth consecutive year, Cleveland attorneys...

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Save money with the Elk & Elk Rx Discount Card program

By Arthur Elk Prescription drug costs are a major concern for most American families. Nearly half of all American adults take at least one prescription drug on a regular basis, and the costs of prescription drugs continue to skyrocket. Too many Americans are faced with the choice of paying for their medications or paying...

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Elk & Elk partners with hunger center, radio host to battle hunger

Everyday across the country, millions of Americans battle hunger. It’s a battle no one should have to fight. That’s why the Ohio attorneys at Elk & Elk are privileged to be able to help some Cleveland-area residents win that battle. On Wednesday, Nov. 21, members of the Elk & Elk family will be loading...

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Elk & Elk endorses candidates in Nov. 6 election

Election Day is still two weeks away, but more than 800,000 Ohioans have already cast their vote. If you are not one of those more than 800,000, Elk & Elk encourages you to research the candidates and issues and be sure to vote on Election Day. If for some reason you cannot make it...

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