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As a Cincinnati personal injury attorney the question of calculation of damages comes up in every bodily injury claim I handle. Some people think there is a formula. Some insurance companies seem to think that you can put information into a computer and come out with a number.
The fact is that there are ways to go about calculating damages. The first thing is to know what damages you are entitled to by law. Then you need to prove your damages. The skill of the lawyer is... Read More
If you are injured while working for your employer you have a claim for workers' compensation benfits. It is rare that you can sue your employer. However if a third party negligently causes your injury you can bring a claim agaist the third party as well as filing a workers compensation claim. An example is where you are driving for your employer and a negligent driver rear ends you. You have a workers compensation claim as well as a claim aginst the driver.
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Ski area liability in most states is now governed by statute. Ohio has a regulatory statute, r.c. 4169 et seq that incorporates ansi standards as law. It can be argued that this statute is an absolute liability statute. This statute puts the resposibility for safe lift operation squarely on the shoulders of the owner of the ski resort . There is excellant language in this statute such as , "The ski lift shall be immediately stopped if there is the POSSIBILITY of... Read More