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Understanding Assault Offenses in Ohio

Charged with Aѕѕаult? Understanding Unique Ohio Criminal Laws Most people have heard of “aѕѕаult and bаttеrу” since they are frequently рrеѕеntеd together and referenced in popular legal television dramas. However, there are important nuances to this area of criminal law...
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Understanding Theft Crimes in Ohio

The language of theft crimes can be confusing. For example, you may hear the words “theft” and “robbery” used interchangeably, but they don’t mean the same thing—certain types of theft are robberies, but others are not. Similarly, many people think...
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Can I Sue My Employer for a Work Injury?

When you’re seriously injured in a car accident or trip on a loose floorboard in a local business, the path to compensation for your injuries typically involves a personal injury lawsuit. Pursuing compensation for a work injury is different. Nearly...
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When to Shut Down an Insolvent Business

One of the toughest challenges business owners face is determining whether and when it’s time to accept defeat and close down the business. Since most businesses experience unstable income and other setbacks during the early days, it can be difficult...
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How Bankruptcy Can Stop Debt Collectors Instantly

The two common types of consumer bankruptcy—Chapter 7 bankruptcy and Chapter 13 bankruptcy—offer very different solutions. But, these two debt management options have one very important thing in common: the automatic stay – which can stop debt collectors immediately. What is...
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Estate Planning and Advance Directives

Estate planning is something that Ohio residents of all ages should do. While many people think estate planning is only for older adults or people with serious illnesses, people of all ages can benefit from estate planning. One important aspect...
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Exercising Your Right to Remain Silent in Ohio

If you own a television set, you’re probably familiar with Miranda warnings and the “right to remain silent.” You can probably recite the opening lines of the classic Miranda warning: You have the right to remain silent. Anything you say can and will be...
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Ohio Workers’ Compensation Claims for COVID-19

The Ohio Bureau of Workers’ Compensation provides medical treatment and compensation to individuals who are either injured on the job or suffer a work-related illness. In the past, the most common occupational illness claims typically stemmed from respiratory issues due...
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Common Probate Disputes

The probate process was created to make sure a deceased person’s wishes are followed. Probate is often an emotionally challenging time for survivors; it can be difficult to deal with the complicated legal aspects of the process while grieving the...
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OSHA’s Role in the Workplace

The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), which is a part of the Department of Labor, sets out the legal requirements designed to ensure the health and safety of all workers while on the job. OSHA’s rules require employers to...
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