A jury has recently awarded an additional $18 million to a woman whose botched surgery at a Wenatchee, Wash. hospital left her unable to speak.
The Supreme Court of Ohio ruled today that several errors made in the malpractice case of an Akron Ohio doctor deprived him of a fair trial. In an opinion authored by Chief Justice Maureen O’Connor,
People contribute to Social Security through payroll taxes or self-employment taxes, as required by the Federal Insurance Contributions Act (FICA) and the Self-Employment Contributions Act(SECA). The maximum taxable amount is updated annually on the basis of increases in the average wage. Of the 161 million workers with earnings in Social Security–covered employment in 2012, about 6% […]
Ohio Public Employees Retirement System, Columbus, will search in the first quarter of 2014 for active emerging markets
Eric Cameron received the Outstanding Service Award for Workers’ Compensation from the Ohio Association for Justice in May 2014.
This past weekend, partners Eric B. Cameron and Gregory R. Mitchell attended the Democratic Party’s annual state dinner.
Approved by Judge Richard McMonagle, a $420 million settlement ends a class-action lawsuit that has lasted several years.
On February 4, 2015, Senator Edna Brown (D-Toledo) joined Senator Tom Patton (R-Strongsville) to give sponsor testimony on Senate Bill 5 in the Senate Transportation, Commerce and Labor Committee.
The Columbus Dispatch recently released an article on the decline in workers’ compensation claims across Ohio and the country. “Going to work in Ohio gets safer” quotes several knowledgeable people regarding workers’ compensation on safety improvements and decreased claims.
Workers’ compensation lawyer Katherine Ivan, associate at Agee Clymer Mitchell & Laret, recently spoke on America’s Work Force Radio.