Category Archives: General
In Ohio, overtime pay is required for non-exempt employees who work over 40 hours in a workweek. Overtime pay is calculated as one and a half times the employee’s regular rate of pay. This article will discuss how overtime is calculated in Ohio and what factors are considered in determining the employee’s regular rate… Read More »
More than 30 Current & Former Employees Win $665,000 from Settlement of Unpaid Wage Dispute Against Popular West Virginia BBQ Restaurant
The law firms of Brian G. Miller Co., L.P.A. and Barkan, Meizlish, DeRose & Cox, LLP – both based in Columbus, Ohio – are pleased to announce a settlement of $665,000 on behalf of more than 30 plaintiffs in a collective and class action dispute over unpaid wages against the owners of Dee Jays BBQ… Read More »
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 »
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 »
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 »
Can I file an Ohio personal injury lawsuit for a motorcycle accident if I was hit by a car while not wearing a helmet?
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 »
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 »
Uber Eats, GrubHub, Door Dash, Amazon – Who pays when you are in a car accident with a rideshare vehicle or delivery vehicle?
Jan 12, 2021 Food delivery service is anticipated to grow by twelve percent per year through 2023. Furthermore, the impact of Covid-19 has caused for these services to become even more popular and in demand. With more food deliveries being made, the chances of being involved in a car accident with Door Dash, Uber… Read More »
Dec 28, 2020 Our Columbus wrongful death attorneys know that the death of a loved one is always a tragic occurrence, but even worse when it is unexpected and caused as a result of another person’s negligence, carelessness, or recklessness. In addition to the emotional hardships presented, it may be further overwhelming if you… Read More »
Nov 10, 2020 Federal labor laws and Ohio laws for tipped employees can often be difficult to navigate and understand. If you are a tipped employee, you may be wondering, “do tipped employees get paid overtime?” or “how do I calculate the overtime wage for tipped employees?” While every case is different and merits… Read More »