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February 2018 Archives

How common are auto-pedestrian accidents?

Spring is right around the corner and many Ohio residents are probably eagerly looking forward to getting back to doing some outdoor activities. For some, they may be looking forward to picking up their jogging routine again. For others, it may be as simple as wanting to take the dog for a walk without having to worry about winter weather. But, the unfortunate reality is that when people walk, jog or run alongside public roads, they may be putting themselves in danger.

Keep children as the focal point of child custody cases

A child custody case has a lot of decisions that have to be made. When you and your ex share the children, you will have to work together to make these decisions. It won't always be easy, but keeping the children at the heart of the matter can make decisions a little less stressful.

The inability to work is the key to SSD benefits

When many people think about the possibility of securing Social Security Disability Insurance benefits, they might be focused on their physical or mental health condition. Of course, the actual disability in question is important to the ultimate decision of whether or not an Ohio resident will receive SSD benefits. But, as a recent article pointed out, there is another crucial factor: the disability must be significant enough that the applicant is unable to maintain gainful employment.

Exploring options when an injury is caused by a defective product

Most people don't think about it, but just walking out of your house each day can expose many people to danger. Car accidents, animal bites, pedestrian accidents and medical malpractice are all examples of danger that many people are exposed to on a regular basis. But, there is another danger that can cause just as serious of an injury for an Ohio resident: a defective product.

What types of workplace injuries are preventable?

Our readers in Ohio who are familiar with previous posts here know that workers who are injured on the job are, in general, entitled to workers' compensation benefits regardless of whether the accident in question was their fault or not - just so long as they didn't intentionally hurt themselves. But, no one wants to be injured on the job in the first place. Injuries and illnesses can keep employees from working for days, weeks or even months, all the while being unable to earn income.

Addressing problems with the SSD benefits application process

"Look before you leap" is a common expression our readers have likely heard before. This concept is perhaps never truer than when it comes to applying for Social Security Disability benefits. As many Cincinnati residents probably know, applying for SSD benefits can oftentimes be a complex initiative to undergo, requiring hours of research and careful attention to detail when filling out the application itself.

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