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Elk + Elk Attorney Jay Kelley Represents Ohio Client in Lawsuit Against Shake Shack
Posted in Firm News, In the news on May 16, 2023
Elk + Elk attorney Jay Kelley, who is representing Theo Stokes of Chagrin Falls, recently filed a lawsuit on Stokes' behalf, naming Shake Shack and several of its employees as defendants. The Incident On April 19, 2022, Stokes visited the Shake Shack on Euclid Avenue to purchase food. However, Stokes claims that he was...
Ohio International Women’s Day Events 2023
Posted in Community Outreach, In the news on March 8, 2023
Every year on March 8, people around the world observe International Women's Day (IWD) as a way of acknowledging the social, economic, cultural, and political accomplishments of women globally. The day is an opportunity to appreciate the strides that have been taken toward promoting gender equality and women's rights while also drawing attention to...
Nearly 25% of Patients Experience Harm in U.S. Hospitals
Posted in Drug & Medical Devices, Health & Wellness, In the news, Medical Malpractice on January 19, 2023
When you go to a hospital, you believe you are being cared for and treated in the best way possible. However, a recent study shows this is not the case. New England Journal of Medicine recently released a report revealing that nearly 1 in 4 patients admitted to U.S. hospitals will experience harm during their stay. The...
Gov. Mike DeWine Signs New Ohio Texting and Driving Ban
Posted in Accident & Injury, Automobile, Car Accident, Community Outreach, In the news on January 12, 2023
Gov. Mike DeWine recently signed a new legislation to help stop drivers from texting while driving. The new bill will take effect in less than 90 days. DeWine mentioned that the law would change the culture around distracted driving in Ohio and help reduce preventable fatalities that come with distracted driving. Texting and driving...
Elk + Elk’s Best Blogs Of 2022
Posted in Accident & Injury, Automobile, Car Accident, Consumer Protection, Health & Wellness, In the news on December 29, 2022
It's the end of the year, and as we say goodbye to 2022 and hello to 2023, we wanted to share our most-read blogs of 2022. From school bus safety to preparing for winter storms, find out which blogs made our top five. Top 5 Blogs of 2022 When is it safe to pass...
Better Business Bureau Warns About Online Holiday Shopping Scams
Posted in Consumer Protection, In the news on November 30, 2022
As you begin or continue your holiday shopping, The Better Business Bureau (BBB) warns shoppers about the risk of scammers targeting victims. The BBB stated that online shopping losses are estimated to exceed $380 million this year, and the age group at the highest risk is 18 to 24-year-olds, as many scammers use fake...
Posted in Health & Wellness, In the news, Leisure on November 21, 2022
Each year, the Tuesday after Thanksgiving is dedicated to giving back to the community. GivingTuesday is a global movement of generosity where anyone and everyone can participate. What is GivingTuesday? GivingTuesday was created in 2012 to encourage people to do good. Founded in partnership with the United Nations Foundation in New York City, it...
College Safety for Students
Posted in In the news, Leisure on October 10, 2022
While many students have settled into college life this past month, safety remains a top priority. According to research by ADT, 97% of students feel they take account of their safety on and off campus in their daily lives. We have created a list of helpful tips for students and parents to ensure safety...
4th of July Fireworks Around Ohio
Posted in In the news, Leisure on June 30, 2022
The 4th of July is right around the corner, meaning fireworks take place all weekend. Below is the list of displays throughout Ohio for the whole family to enjoy! Location Date(s) Avon Lake July 1, 2022 (Rain Date: July 5) Bainbridge July 1, 2022 (Rain Date: July 3) Columbus July 1, 2022 Gahanna July...
Graduation & Underage Drinking
Posted in Accident & Injury, In the news on June 16, 2022
With the Class of 2022 graduating, the summer's celebratory parties are in full swing. While commemorating these exciting moments, parents may feel more inclined to allow or even provide their children with alcohol. The unfortunate reality is that this decision can lead to tragic consequences. Current Ohio Law Consequences Underage drinking can result in...