Getting pulled over for suspicion of drugs is becoming more common.
Our office is dedicated to helping victims of lead poisoning obtain the help and financial resources they need.
With the end of the turkey dinners and Christmas celebrations, many couples begin divorce proceedings.
A recent NY Times article found that 535,000 children a year test positive for lead poisoning.
The Ohio State Highway Patrol has historically increased their presence on the roads during the Christmas season.
With friends gathered and new experiences for our older teenagers, it is important to be mindful of how and where they are spending their time.
Fox 8 Cleveland recently reported that project developers and the Downtown Cleveland Alliance have submitted a petition to Cleveland City Council asking for Cleveland's first open container zone to be open weeknights and weekends.
"If you live in an older house or apartment, you might have a big problem on your hands that you have not realized: lead."
A run/walk event that is fun for the entire family, this year's Run 4 Our Lady of the Wayside will be hosted by Average Joe from Q104 and includes a free family fun area for kids of all ages.
The New York Times reports that residents of Flint, Michigan who have been suffering from severe lead poisoning are still going without financial assistance.
We advise you to think carefully before getting behind the wheel of a car as police officers will increase their presence during this three-day travel period.
With car accidents involving teenage drivers at an all-time high, summer marks the most dangerous time for young drivers to be involved in severe crashes.
A time for fireworks, cook-outs, and parties, the holiday weekend brought over 670 arrests.
The American Academy of Pediatrics recently discussed the dangerous risks children are facing with lead exposure, and said "lead rules provide only an illusion of safety."
The month of July is focused on ensuring the needs of children are being met so they can thrive even after their parents divorce.
We tried to obtain damages for kids and Ohio for all of the lead paint sold here in Ohio. These companies hired lobby folks in Columbus to pass a law that prevented them from being sued.
The unexpected and shocking propane tank explosion at Crocker Park last month left many questioning why and how it all happened.
This year, the festivities did not disappoint, with the Department of Homeland Security offering additional police presence.
Often ignored and undiagnosed, lead poisoning is now receiving national attention due to the water crisis in Flint, Michigan.
Despite every effort to maintain safe driving conditions, it was reported that 1,054 people lost their lives due to traffic accidents this past year.
Often thought of as the month of love, a study found that February is the busiest month of the year for divorce filings.
We were able to make sure a client of ours did not go to prison for having the misfortune of being duped by a gang into cashing false checks for them - which resulted in a serious Federal Court indictment.
We obtained a significant reduction for a older female educator (who had never been in trouble her entire life) in what commenced as a domestic violence case.
Our client fell way behind on his child support after he left the state of Ohio back in 2006. Cuyahoga County indicted him for criminal non-support.
Ten people were killed on Ohio’s roadways during the 2016 New Year’s Holiday.
Thousands in Cincinnati are filing complaints against unsafe and unhealthy living conditions.