That’s a simple question, isn’t it? Well, not necessarily. On first blush, the answer seems obvious: zero, right? I mean, if you are really permanently incapable of any sustained remunerative employment, then it stands to reason that you cannot work for any part of the day. As a decision issued last week indicates however, the … Continue reading Case Update-How Many Hours Can You Work and Still Be Permanently and Totally Disabled?
The Ohio Supreme Court is considering revising Civil Rule 35 to allow plaintiffs to record defense medical exams. See page 4 of the following link http://bit.ly/2hEVzh8. The period for public comment ends on November 22, 2017. For those of us on the defense side, this poses a serious concern. In my mind it is fundamentally unfair. Other … Continue reading Ohio Supreme Court Proposes Allowing Plaintiffs To Videotape Defense Medical Examinations