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Once, Twice, Three Times a Dismissal

By Katherine E. Ivan and Frederic A. Portman Agee Clymer Mitchell Portman Canestraro Robinson Cameron Ohio workers’ compensation attorneys who practice litigation have likely stipulated to dismiss an Employer Notice of Appeal case and later re-filed, perhaps even several times on the same case.[1] A careful review of the Ohio “savings statute”[2] and case law […]

SuperLawyers Awards

  • December 9, 2016

Congratulations to ACMP attorneys Frederic A. Portman and Eric B. Cameron for being selected as 2017 SuperLawyers® and to ACMP attorney Katherine E. Ivan for being selected as a 2017 SuperLawyers® Rising Star. This is designation that only 2.5% of eligible attorneys receive. Super Lawyers is a rating service of outstanding lawyers from more than […]

With Sincere Appreciation

The United Way of Delaware County would like to extend a HUGE thank you to the Delaware County Farm Bureau and the Skinner Family on behalf of the Delaware County Hunger Alliance. We are grateful to serve as the recipient of $30,150 in net proceeds raised during this year’s Benefit in the Barn. Through your […]

Oklahoma Supreme Court Declares Opt Out Unconstitutional

Oklahoma City, OK (WorkersCompensation.com) – The Oklahoma Supreme Court this morning struck down the controversial “opt out” provision of the state’s workers’ compensation law. The court ruled it was an unconstitutional “special law” that gave employers the ability to provide inequitable treatment for their injured workers. The provision allowed employers to “opt out” of the […]

Eric Cameron – Current Chair for Workers Compensation Section

The Workers’ Comp Section is here to help you steer your clients through the hearing process and ultimately receive the benefits they deserve.  You can get your questions answered by your fellow members on the list serve, expand your knowledge at CLE seminars and keep up-to-date on the latest rule change or legislation being proposed.  […]

Disabled U.S. Citizens Unjustly Attacked by CBS

In a shocking story this past Sunday on “60 Minutes”, our country’s disabled citizens were unjustly attacked by the CBS Network. The piece has been widely criticized in the last 72 hours

If You Can’t Work Due To a Disability, Social Security Can Help

If you are disabled and you’re no longer able to work, you should learn how Social Security can help you. Disability is something most people do not like to think about.

Avoiding the High Cost of a Personal Injury Tort

In 1992, Stella Liebeck, a geriatric fan of McDonald’s coffee, sat a scalding hot cup of the stuff between her legs before spilling it and burning herself. The resulting litigation and 1994 original judgment award of $2.86 million

Look beyond health plans during open enrollment

The end of the year is benefit open enrollment season for most Americans – your annual opportunity to change, elect, or renew benefit coverage offered through your employer for the upcoming year.

7 Questions to Ask Yourself Before Choosing a Personal Injury Attorney

After an accident, you may want to hire a lawyer to help you recover the damages you deserve. But how do you go about finding the one that will best represent you and your interests?

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