Is Ohio a No Fault State for Car Accidents

Is Ohio a No Fault State for Car Accidents?

May 14, 2024
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Following a car accident, determining who is at fault is going to be extremely important. Who is at fault is a critical factor in any type of car accident, especially if the state where the car accident happens is an at-fault state and not a no fault state. Below, we take a look at if Ohio is a no fault state for car accidents and what exactly that means for anyone who has been involved in a car accident. Disclaimer:...

What qualifies as wrongful termination

What qualifies as wrongful termination in Ohio?

Apr 24, 2024
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Wrongful termination is a concept that does get used very frequently, but not many people have a complete understanding of what exactly it means, legally.  The legal definition of “wrongful termination” is the only thing that matters, as Ohio is an at-will state and you can be terminated for any reason or no reason at all. Just like other legal matters related to employment and labor, wrongful termination can be a confusing topic, especially when you are dealing with it...

What are the elements of personal injury negligence

What are the elements of personal injury negligence in Ohio?

Mar 04, 2024
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Personal injuries include all types of injuries that can occur to a person’s body, reputation, and emotions, “as contradistinguished from injury and property rights.” For anyone who has suffered personal injuries at the hands of another person, there are a few things that will need to be established before a personal injury claim can be pursued, including negligence. Negligence is one of the most common causes of personal injury claims. Negligence most often occurs when another person has failed to...

Reasons to Reconsider Accepting a Severance Package from Your Employer

Reasons to Reconsider Accepting a Severance Package from Your Employer

Feb 13, 2024
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A severance package is a contract that extends certain benefits to an employee upon separation of employment. A severance package may be offered following termination (either due to layoffs or due to a merger or acquisition). It may even be included as a provision in an employment contract when you start in a new position. And while severance packages are not required by law, many employers do offer them. They typically outline important details like the amount of severance pay...

Employment Law Updates Ohio

Employment Law Updates Ohio Employees Should Know About in 2024

Jan 10, 2024
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Between new legislation, proposed rules, and ballot initiatives, workers in the state of Ohio may be wondering how their own employment situations stack up against these evolutions in employment regulations. Read on to find 5 ways your employment may be affected in 2024 under these new developments: Misclassification of Independent Contractor vs. Employee Receiving a 1099 from your employer does not automatically make you an Independent Contractor under the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA). Your job duties dictate whether you...

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