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Babysitter & Child Center Liability in Ohio

Babysitter & Child Center Liability in Ohio

Do your children attend a daycare, child center or babysitter? Are you worried about their safety? In this post, we’ll discuss the topic of babysitter and child center liability in Ohio. Ohio Law & Childcare Givers Ohio Revised Code section 2919.26 requires that all childcare givers and day care providers must inform parents when a […]

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Ohio Tenant Rights to Hold Rent in Escrow

Ohio Tenant Rights to Hold Rent in Escrow

Not all landlords are easy to work with. In fact, some act downright negligently to their tenants – especially when they disregard the tenants’ requests that repairs be made. Landlords have an obligation to keep their properties livable and safe. When landlords disregard this obligation, tenants like you have certain rights to protect your family. […]

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Ohio Witness Preparation Guide

Ohio Witness Preparation Guide

Witness preparation is perhaps the most important aspect of good advocacy. It is the “behind the scenes” effort that pays off in the courtroom. To be a successful litigator, it is not enough to “have the will to win.” A successful litigator must have “the will to prepare to win.” In this post, we’ll offer […]

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Ohio Home Seller Contingencies

Ohio Home Seller Contingencies

Whenever we are representing a seller in the sale of the seller’s home, it is critical that the proper contingencies are included in the Purchase Agreement. In this post, we’ll review some of the more common Ohio home seller contingencies. Basic Recommendations Sellers should always stipulate that the buyer is purchasing the property “as is” […]

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Preparing Minute Notes & Company Records in Ohio

Preparing Minute Notes & Company Records in Ohio

Even though your Ohio business may be a limited liability company or a corporation, you may still be subjected to personal liability if you fail to document your company or corporation minutes and records. To avoid this, you’ll always want to maintain all corporation or company minute notes and update your records. In this post, […]

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Checklist for Buying or Selling a Business in Ohio

Checklist for Buying or Selling a Business in Ohio

Thinking about buying or selling a business in the state of Ohio? In this quick blog post, we’ll share a brief checklist of things to consider. Checklist for Buying or Selling a Business in Ohio It is essential when you purchase (or sell) a business that you develop a list that includes the following: 1) […]

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Why Preserving Evidence is So Important for Your Ohio Auto Accident Case

Why Preserving Evidence is So Important for Your Ohio Auto Accident Case

Have you ever been involved in an auto accident? If so, did you stop to think about gathering evidence? If you’re like most people, the answer is probably not. In this post, we’ll explore why it’s so important to preserve auto accident case evidence when involved in a crash in Ohio. Crash Report It is […]

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Somos Law Among “Top 100” Trial Lawyers in Ohio

The Law Office of Tom Somos, LLC is excited to announce a major achievement. The firm has been officially recognized as one of the Top 100 Ohio civil plaintiff attorneys by the The National Trial Lawyers organization. To view the full list of Ohio’s Top 100, click here for more information. You can also click […]

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False Claim of Shoplifting in Ohio

False Claim of Shoplifting in Ohio

Have you ever walked into a store and been accused of shoplifting? Even worse, has a store physically confined and interrogated you, then only to throw you out and tell you to never come back? If so, your rights may have been violated. This can be a serious situation, so seeking proper legal counsel is […]

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The Benefits of Mediation for a Personal Injury Case

The Benefits of Mediation for a Personal Injury Case

Personal injury is described by Merriam-Webster as “injury to one’s body, mind or emotions; an injury that is not to one’s property.” We all know someone (and that someone could be our own self) that has been involved in an event that has caused personal injury. These events could be, but are not limited to, […]

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