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It’s corporations putting profits ahead of patients and what we learned during the course of that case and we’ve learned through other cases, is that they’re forcing the folks who read the slides, the cytotechnologists, to read to many slides in a day and they can’t possibly pick up the abnormalities on all of the slides and what I believe is that the industry is gambling that most women don’t have cervical cancer.

Cervical Cancer Cases: It’s Time to Take a Stand

Host Sean Harris talks with Florida attorney Sean Domnick about cervical cancer cases.

Cervical Cancer Cases: It’s Time to Take a Stand

Host Sean Harris talks with Florida attorney Sean Domnick about cervical cancer cases.

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Another opportunity is where somebody has maybe a chronic condition where they don’t need a block of leave and the employer doesn’t recognize the need to provide intermittently for a chronic condition so, for example if somebody has developed migraines from a personal injury or workers’ comp case that a doctor is certified for needing maybe two or three days as much as a week or a month or something like that off to deal with the migraine, the employer a lot of times just kind of gets sick of dealing with it.

Finding Hidden Employment Claims in Personal Injury and Workers’ Compensation Cases

Host Sean Harris talks with OAJ member and Massillon attorney, Hans Nilges, about hidden employment claims that may be lurking in other types of cases, specifically personal injury and workers’ compensation.

Finding Hidden Employment Claims in Personal Injury and Workers’ Compensation Cases

Host Sean Harris talks with OAJ member and Massillon attorney, Hans Nilges, about hidden employment claims that may be lurking in other types of cases, specifically personal injury and workers’ compensation.

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What’s the row? The right of way and if you ride in the direction of traffic, you obey all the traffic laws applicable to vehicles, you stop at red lights, stop signs, you don’t speed, you yield to pedestrians on the sidewalks and you ride to the right of the road, unless it’s dangerous or unsafe, there’s a pothole, there’s debris, there’s an object or if the lane is so narrow that a car cannot safely pass you and that’s when a cyclist can take the whole lane, which sometimes infuriates drivers, but they have every right to do that.

Ohio Bicycling and the Law

Host Sean Harris talks with OAJ member and Lakewood attorney, Ken Knabe, about Ohio bicycle laws and cases to educate cyclists and the public.

Ohio Bicycling and the Law

Host Sean Harris talks with OAJ member and Lakewood attorney, Ken Knabe, about Ohio bicycle laws and cases to educate cyclists and the public.

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