Month: December 2019

Law 

DUI Laws in Ohio: What’s considered ‘Operating’ in a Drunk Driving Case?

Getting behind the wheel of your vehicle after consuming alcohol is a severe crime in Ohio and other states as well. Commonly referred to as driving under the influence (DUI) or OVI (operating a vehicle while under the influence), drunk driving involves operating any type of vehicle while your BAC (blood alcohol content) exceeds 0.08%. […]

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Law 

Long-term Disability Insurance: Here’s is what every Employer should know

Everyone trusts their immunity and rarely think of suffering from disabilities. As an employer, you never see it coming; that day, when you lose one of your staff members because of long-term disability. The statistics indicate just how crucial it is for employers to have plans that insure their workers against long-term disabilities. In the […]

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Criminal Law

Medical professional’s malpractices causing damages to patients

It is a fact that even if we feel fewer, we reach near doctors. We need a healthy life, and whenever we feel unwell, we try to reach doctors. But nowadays, doctors do malpractices and do not treat well to any patient. They do not care about anyone’s life because they want to gain bulk […]

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Law 

Here’s Why Hiring A Car Accident Lawyer Is Crucial

Meeting with a car accident can be dreadful as it not only harms you physically but mentally and financially as well. If the car accident occurs due to the other party’s negligence, you can file for compensation through a claim. But as you are coping up with your accident injury, you won’t be able to […]

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Law 

8 Prevalent Pitfalls While Hiring A Lawyer To Seek Compensation For Hospital Injury

While hiring a lawyer, there are times when you would face problems during the legal proceedings. It happens in most cases when the lawyer is not adequate to fight your case. In instances of personal harm like a car accident or even something as small as a slip and fall in the hospital, you need […]

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Labor Law

Court Upholds Employer’s Right to Terminate Disabled Employee

The case of Katz et al. v. Clarke, 2019 ONSC 2188 has been decided in favour of Katz Group of Companies. The Ontario Divisional Court has upheld the right of the employer to terminate a disabled employee when undisputed proof contesting the employee’s ability to work is provided. A former front store manager, referred to […]

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