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Social Security Disability Eligibility

To qualify for Social Security Disability (SSD) benefits, you must meet the government’s standards for physical or mental incompleteness.  The SSD administration has a definition for the term disability, as it does for most words related to claims.   An Ohio SSD attorney can help make sure that your case meets the government’s requirements and that… Read More »

Supreme Court Bolsters Gay Marriage With Two Major Rulings

In a pair of major victories for the gay rights movement, the Supreme Court on Wednesday ruled that married same-sex couples were entitled to federal benefits and, by declining to decide a case from California, effectively allowed same-sex marriages there. Currently, same-sex marriage is not legal in Ohio, Kentucky, and Indiana.  Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul… Read More »

Are you being victimized by an insurance company?

Insurance companies have well trained professional claim adjusters whose sole obligation is to protect the corporate bottom line.  Adjusters will appear friendly and helpful but are only interested with getting you to settle for as little as possible.   If you have dealt directly with an insurance company adjuster, then let us know about your… Read More »

NSA Surveillance

The NSA has disclosed that for years agents have been, without warrants, monitoring numerous individuals’ phone records and other electronic communications.  This is clearly an invasion of privacy and was brought to light by NSA employee who leaked the information to a British newspaper.  The NSA employee is now hiding in Hong Kong and facing… Read More »

Ohio workers’ comp fund to return $1 billion to employers

Ohio’s governor and the state workers’ compensation fund want to return $1 billion in dividends to Ohio businesses, bolster workplace safety initiatives, and modernize the way employers pay into the fund. An extra $1 billion dollars and nothing about improving benefits for injured workers, expanding vocational rehabilitation, or providing reasonable reimbursement for medical providers.  Every day… Read More »

Opioid epidemic plagues workers’ comp

The national “epidemic” of opioid usage has garnered a great deal of public attention, but amid those concerns is a less publicized battle being waged by workers’ compensation stakeholders who are stepping up efforts to call more attention to the use of the potent pain relieving narcotics by injured workers. Ohio, Kentucky, and Indiana all… Read More »

Common Core and Education

Ohio has instituted common core learning requirements.  “Common Core” is a national standard that provides a minimum baseline for subjects and topics to be taught by schools.  Student progress will be one factor in evaluating teachers.  Standardized test will be used to measure student progress. Teachers who were previously classified as “highly qualified” under ‘No… Read More »

What should we do with US citizen terrorists?

The Boston bombing tragedy has opened a significant debate as to how to prosecute US citizens who engage in terrorism against their fellow countrymen – you and us.  All sides agree that these individuals should be prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law.  Massachusetts does not have the death penalty while the Federal courts… Read More »

Parking referendum will be on the November ballot…

Cincinnati voters will get to decide whether the City will be able to lease out the City’s parking concession.  City leaders claim that part of the $92 million down payment will prevent police and fire layoff that will now occur in June due to the delay for the vote.  The lease is set to run… Read More »

Have you been to the Horseshoe?

Cincinnati’s new casino has been open for the past month or so.  In April, the Horseshoe generated over $21 million in revenue.  For April, the Indiana casinos had around $9 million less in revenue.  There also seems to be a lot more radio and TV ads for both the Horseshoe as well as the Indiana… Read More »