St. Patrick’s Day Events and Activities in Ohio 2023
Posted in Community Outreach on March 14, 2023
St. Patrick’s Day is almost here, and excitement is building in Ohio communities as many people prepare to celebrate the holiday. Whether you’re of Irish descent or love the festivities, there’s no shortage of St. Patrick’s Day events in the area. From parades and live music to traditional Irish fare and green beer, there’s...
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...
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...
Ohio Lawyers to Volunteer as Poll Workers
Posted in In the news on August 14, 2020
Ohio has a plan to help close the expected shortfall at voting precincts this fall. The idea is to have attorneys serve as poll workers. An order from the Ohio Supreme Court allows state attorneys to receive Continuing Legal Education (CLE) credit for serving as precinct election officials on Election Day. Attorneys must earn...
Ohio Staycations: Places to Visit in and Around the State’s Four Largest Cities
Posted in Leisure on July 14, 2020
COVID-19 has put a serious damper on vacation plans. Closures, restrictions and quarantines have made air travel challenging. The good news is that there’s plenty to enjoy right in our backyard. Here are some destinations worth checking out in the Buckeye State. Please note: It's important to follow all protocols put in place by...
Don’t get scammed by fake love
Posted in In the news on February 13, 2020
It's Valentine's Day season. Love is in the air. According to a news release from Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost, so too are online scams. “A fake online romance can break your heart and the bank,” Yost said. “Knowing how to spot the red flags can keep bad love from getting worse.” (more…)
Ohio drivers will soon only need one license plate
Posted in Firm News on May 28, 2019
By William J. Price Ohio drivers – prepare for good news: For more than a century, the state issued you two plates for any newly purchased car – one for the front bumper and one for the rear. Next summer, this will be a thing of the past. (more…)
Upcoming Ohio Events: 2016 Fall Festivals, Events & Attractions
Posted in Community Outreach on October 13, 2016
The fall months are a favorite time of year for many Ohioans. The changing colors of the leaves, pleasant weather and a variety of seasonal events offer opportunities to enjoy the outdoors before winter arrives. Whether you’re looking to view the beautiful scenery, or attend a family-friendly festival, one of these upcoming attractions around...
Memorial Day Weekend sees 14 traffic fatalities in Ohio
Posted in Accident & Injury on May 29, 2013
The Ohio State Highway Patrol (OSHP) reports 14 people lost their lives in traffic incidents over the weekend – up one from 2012.* OVI-related traffic fatalities decreased to three for the weekend, down from seven in 2012. But OVI arrests increased nearly 5 percent. OSHP announced they made more arrests for impaired driving, drugs...