How Would the GOP Platform Affect Seniors in Nursing Homes?

This year’s Republican National Convention has drawn quite the spotlight to Cleveland, and it has been very exciting… so far! My office is just a few blocks away from the downtown convention center, and it’s rare to step outside without encountering visitors dressed in red, white, and blue; or local, national, or international press; not

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Does Anonymity Help or Hurt Victims of Nursing Negligence in Nursing Homes?

Anonymous complaints feel like a reasonable part of our society. Maybe you’ve left negative feedback at a favorite restaurant because you don’t want bad service the next time. Or maybe you’ve written an anonymous letter to the editor that would make you unpopular with your neighbors. But when it comes to action on elder abuse

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Cleveland’s Vicious Dog Laws

After a long, cruel winter, spring is finally approaching! I actually saw crocuses blooming in the yard last weekend. And as the sun thaws the snow, all of us have started venturing outside—including our children and pets. As a dog bite attorney, this feels like a good time to review your local rights in the

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Legislative and Case Law Updates

Cell Phone Usage While Driving In City of Cleveland v. English, 8th Dist. No. 92951, 2009-Ohio-5011 (Sept. 24, 2009), the court upheld a conviction against a defendant under Cleveland City Ordinance 431.34(c) for failure to give full attention to driving. The conviction was upheld based on testimony supplied by the ticketing officer that he observed

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