The field of personal injury and mass tort law is constantly evolving. The DGMS Law blog is published by our attorneys to keep clients, colleagues, and members of our community up to date on the state of plaintiff’s law in Ohio, Indiana, Kentucky, and nationwide. Topics include personal injury, workers’ compensation, car accidents, defective products, recent settlements, and more.
Football is a way of life in Ohio, with storied rivalries, iconic coaches, and 7 OSU Heisman Trophy winners! More than 100,000 fans watch the Buckeyes play live at the […]
In the U.S. alone, cosmetics is an $89.5 billion industry. Lurking behind its popularity is the danger of injuries — everything from immediate allergic reactions, such as rashes, to chronic and […]
Paraquat dichloride, commonly referred to as “Paraquat,” is one of the most widely used herbicides in the United States. Although it’s known to be highly toxic, Paraquat is used in […]
A personal injury claim can be worth a lot of money. It’s a valuable asset. Unfortunately, it can take a long time to actually receive your claim. During that time, […]
We love our senior citizens and we do our best to take care of them, but they’re vulnerable. Tragically, elder abuse is all too common. In Ohio alone, tens of thousands […]
Ohio’s colder months turn it into a winter wonderland, and that means snowmobile season. Hopefully, your winter fun doesn’t come with any unintended consequences. If it does, however, you need […]
While many believe that non-compete agreements aren’t enforceable, the truth of the matter is that it can depend on many different factors. Raimonde v. Van Vlerah, heard by the Ohio […]
At this point in time, there appears to be almost no scientific data disputing that the main cause of climate change is the burning of coal, oil, and natural gas, […]
Kentucky does not currently have a comprehensive statewide law that protects LGBTQ people from discrimination. This means that a person can still be fired, denied housing, or refused service simply […]
Indiana does not have a statewide law that protects LGBTQ people from discrimination. This means that a person can still be fired, denied housing, or refused service simply because of […]
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