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A Foreclosure Defense Attorney Can Help Save Your Land Contract!

Buying a home under a land contract can represent a major step forward in your life. In many ways, it is just as significant as buying a home with a mortgage: it’s a step toward permanence, stability, and freedom from the whims of unscrupulous landlords. However, if something goes

A Foreclosure Defense Attorney May be Able to Help Save Your Home

The prospect of losing your home to foreclosure can be devastating. It doesn’t matter whether you’ve owned the home for only a short time, or whether it’s been your home for decades. It doesn’t matter whether you’ve just gotten acclimated to the neighborhood, enrolling your children in the local

You May Be Eligible for Judicial Release due to COVID-19.

We’ve been getting a lot of questions about judicial release due to the emergence of COVID-19 in Ohio’s prisons. The first and most frequent question is whether we can file judicial release motions on behalf of Ohio’s prisoners. We can file motions for judicial release on behalf of Ohio’s

Be Vigilant: Coronavirus is Sweeping Through Nursing Homes.

In the United States, residents and staff in hundreds of nursing homes and long-term care facilities have been stricken with COVID-19, the respiratory disease caused by the most recent strain of coronavirus. COVID-19 is an acronym for the Corona Virus Disease that first surfaced in 2019. On April 12,

Nine Major Mistakes to Avoid in a Personal Injury Case

An accident—anything from falling off a ladder, tripping on a staircase, being burned by a defective product or being hit by a car—can change your life. If you’ve suffered a serious personal injury, you know this all too well. If the accident wasn’t your fault, you need to determine

5 Things a Car Accident Lawyer Can Do that You Can’t

Whether you have been in a car, truck, or motorcycle accident, you should give serious thought to hiring a lawyer to assist you. With fender benders and very minor property damage, you may want to handle things on your own. But even a small crash can morph into larger

5 things construction workers should know about on-the-job injuries

Falls account for the most common type of injuries among construction workers and are the greatest cause of fatal construction injuries. This data comes from www.findlaw.com.   The falls include falls from scaffolding, roofs, ladders, cranes and other heights.   Falls account for 22% of overall accidents, the website reports.   The