The Plain Dealer has exposed countless errors and statistics of citizens going unassisted while living in homes with lead.
With college kids home for the holidays comes the opportunity for them to party with their friends.
City Councilman Jeff Johnson is pushing for new legislation to help eradicate the lead found in Cleveland homes.
Fall has officially begun and many are already planning their Halloween parties.
Many times a spouse seeking a divorce has no idea what they can receive financially.
Going through a divorce can be much more taxing than many realize.
This would be a huge setback for Cleveland, as many families are living in hazardous conditions where lead poses a real and dangerous threat.
A pool party and cook-out may sound like fun, but be sure to designate a sober driver.
The Plain Dealer recently reported that more homicides, aggravated assaults and weapons-related crimes are found in areas with a high number of vacant homes, and have a higher number of children suffering from lead poisoning.
Going to the prom is more than finding a dress or a tuxedo.
Our children and residents of Cleveland are at a dangerous risk for lead poisoning.
The Ohio State Highway Patrol honored Distracted Driving Awareness Month by posting highway signs throughout the state.
The separation of a family can be devastating.
Ohio State Highway Patrol troopers recently found $32,000 worth of ecstasy pills near Summit County.
This St. Patty's Day, be smart and don't drive under the influence.
For many parents, spring break can mean a break from school and the risk of their teenagers choosing wild parties and underage drinking.
We are officially moved in at our new location in Downtown Cleveland, and we are ready to assist you with all of your legal needs.
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.