Today's blog: There are trucks all over our roads - the last thing we want the drivers to be is negligent. If you're ever a juror on a case, you'll want to read this.
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Today's blog: Getting sick of dodging potholes on your daily commute? We are too - Sheila Cottrell mimics all of our feelings about the current state of our "Almost Heavenly" roadways on the blog today.
Today's blog: If you know a firefighter, you know they take on dangerous tasks every day and should not have to worry about hearing loss due to the design of a siren which alerts the public that help is on the way. We review this recent Pennsylvania case which was ultimately dismissed by the Superior Court.
Today's blog: Independent Contractors can be hired by anyone - even the trucking industry. Chris McCabe provides some information on what this means for you if you find yourself in a lawsuit with an 'independent contractor' via a trucking company.
"Supporting the United Way of the Upper Ohio Valley allows them to promote good health, quality education and sound financial stability by assisting many organizations in our community which in turn provides for a brighter future for everyone." We were so happy to be the Campaign Kickoff sponsor for the United Way's Day of Caring on Wednesday, here's a recap on the blog today from Susan Wilson.
Today's blog: We've all heard this term on our favorite legal or medical drama before but today we break down exactly what "power of attorney" means in the legal field.
Today's blog: Word of the day: Hygge. Hygge (pronounced Hue-guh) is a Danish word used to acknowledge a special feeling or moment, Tammy Hauck tells us on the blog today.
Today's blog: Back in mid-August, as many of you know, Jeanne Dedo participated in the 'Over the Edge' fundraiser for the Wheeling YWCA. She tells us on the blog today about her experience going over the edge and how it's helped her realize she can take on anything!
Today's blog: As was read from Senator McCain’s final letter to America, “I tried to serve our country honorably.” Susan Wilson talks in the blog today about how the word "honorably" appropriately sums up his time in office and in the military.
Today's blog: Doug Olcott goes over a recent case, Dewayne Johnson v. Monsanto Company, and goes over the law terms "class action" and "mass torts".