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What Is A Wage And Hour Violation?

By Brian G. Miller |

Understanding wage and hour law in Ohio can be complicated. Many wage and hour issues in employment are governed by federal law, particularly the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA). Yet there are also some Ohio laws that provide employees with more benefits than federal law, including minimum wage. Employers in Ohio must abide by… Read More »

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Understanding Liability For A Motorcycle Accident

By Brian G. Miller |

Motorcycle accidents in Ohio can have many different causes, and it is critical for an injured motorcyclist to speak with an attorney to determine liability for purposes of filing a claim. According to the Ohio State Highway Patrol, motorcyclist fatalities rose significantly in 2020, with a total of 212 deaths among motorcyclists involved in… Read More »

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Who Is Liable For A Pedestrian Accident?

By Brian G. Miller |

Pedestrian accidents and injuries can occur almost anywhere in Columbus, from neighborhood streets and sidewalks to parking lots at retail establishments. Given that pedestrian accidents can result in debilitating injuries, it is important for the injured pedestrian to learn more about filing a claim. In order to file a claim, it will be critical… Read More »

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What Are The Differences Between A Wrongful Death And Personal Injury Claim?

By Brian G. Miller |

Severe accidents in Ohio, such as car accidents and motorcycle wrecks, can have devastating consequences. Vehicle occupants, motorists, and pedestrians can sustain debilitating and fatal injuries in these types of collisions. When an individual has sustained injuries, that person may be eligible to file a personal injury lawsuit against the liable party. Yet when… Read More »

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What Is Contributory Fault In An Ohio Car Accident Case?

By Brian G. Miller |

Car accidents in Columbus, Ohio can lead to many different types of losses, including serious physical harm that results in significant hospital bills and lost wages due to a person’s inability to work. Making the decision to file a car accident claim can be difficult when you are grappling with the physical and psychological… Read More »

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Common Types Of Injuries In Car Accidents

By Brian G. Miller |

Car crashes in the Columbus area can result in many different types of personal injuries, and those injuries can vary widely in terms of severity. The severity of a car accident injury can depend upon various factors, such as the speed of the collision, how the accident occurred, whether the crash involved a pedestrian… Read More »

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Can an Employer Make you Work off the Clock Unpaid in Ohio?

By Brian G. Miller |

Oct 06, 2021 If you are asking yourself, “can my employer force me to work without pay?” or “can my employer force me to work overtime without pay?”, the answer to these questions is simply: No. Under Ohio wage laws and federal labor laws, an employer is in violation of the law when it… Read More »

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Should an hourly employee be paid for travel time under federal or Ohio labor laws?

By Brian G. Miller |

Sep 22, 2021 Under the Fair Labor Standards Act (“FLSA”) and Ohio wage laws, the answer to “do Ohio hourly employees get paid for travel time” or can be difficult to understand. This is because whether or not there is travel pay for hourly employees in Ohio often depends upon the circumstances for why,… Read More »

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Can I file an Ohio personal injury lawsuit for a motorcycle accident if I was hit by a car while not wearing a helmet?

By Brian G. Miller |

Jun 21, 2021 Motorcycle accidents often result in serious injuries and can even be fatal. For those reasons, many motorcycle operators often choose to use protective equipment such as helmets, padded jackets, and pants. However, despite using protective equipment, riders can still suffer catastrophic injuries such as neck and back injuries to traumatic brain… Read More »

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Ohio pedestrian deaths from car accidents rise in 2020 despite less driving

By Brian G. Miller |

May 19, 2021 As the pandemic continues, and more individuals work from home, less vehicles are on the road. Despite less vehicles being on the road, and despite the pandemic the number of pedestrians who were killed from being hit by a car significantly increased from the prior year. Just in the first half… Read More »

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