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Policy Limit Recovery On Ohio Wrongful Death Case

by Dean Pavick on April 29, 2017

We represented the estate (Plaintiff) of a divorced father with two adult, financially-independent children who was killed on a four lane highway when his motorcycle struck a car which was traveling across an intersecting country road. The father was killed instantly. There were arguments presented that the motorcycle was speeding, that the deceased lost his […]

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Workers Compensation/Personal Injury Case-Policy Limits

by Dean Pavick on January 12, 2017

Our 63 year old client, while at work, was driving a shuttle bus which was struck by a car driven by a teenager. The defendant driver was cited by the police for causing the motor vehicle accident. Our client sustained injuries to his neck, shoulders and upper back. The injured worker underwent left shoulder surgery for a […]

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The Ohio Constitution and workers’ compensation laws grant the employer immunity from negligence lawsuits brought by employees who suffer injuries in the course of and arising out of employment with that employer. The first exception is where there is a non complying employer who fails to establish or maintain workers compensation coverage or fails to […]

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