Jul 28th, 2021
Joseph Paulozzi Dog & Animal Bites

Three North Olmstead residents and a police officer were attacked by a pack of dogs in the span of 11 days. The police officer was bitten as he tried to deliver a letter from the mayor to the dog owner. The letter was regarding the previous three incidents. Dog owners accept the responsibility of both […]

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Jul 21st, 2021
Joseph Paulozzi Personal Injury

In April, Ohio’s Department of Agriculture (ODA) issued a health alert for several food items sold at the Pop-n-Place Shell Gas Station on Memphis Avenue after a routine inspection conducted by the Ohio Department of Agriculture’s Food Safety Division. A health alert was issued after food items were found to be misbranded and could contain […]

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Jul 14th, 2021
Joseph Paulozzi Nursing Abuse

Esther’s Law is potential legislation allowing cameras in the rooms of nursing homes. The bipartisan bill recently passed unanimously in the Ohio Senate. If the bill ultimately passes into state law, residents and their families would be able to install cameras in the rooms of nursing homes and long-term care facilities. The intent is the […]

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Jul 7th, 2021
Joseph Paulozzi Personal Injury

In the summer of 2019, Krissy and Doug Taylor set out on their family boating trip to Salt Fork State Park. Their kids, 7-year-old son Afton and his younger brother played on deck as they started their journey. Then, tragedy struck. Afton fell off the boat. After a search, his body was found—an assumed drowning […]

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Jun 30th, 2021
Joseph Paulozzi Amusement Park Accident

The world is opening back up, and families are escaping their homes for new adventures, and Cedar Point Amusement Park will be a destination to some. Like any adventure, there are risks and amusement parks have more than their share. In 2018, Cedar Point saw the pinnacle of risk after their new roller coaster, Steel […]

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Jun 23rd, 2021
Joseph Paulozzi Motorcycle Accident

In any given year, 37 people die and six are seriously injured each week on Cleveland streets. These tragic statistics are not the results of violent crime stealing news headlines. These serious injuries and deaths came from motor vehicle accidents. One of the more alarming points from this new data reveals that 33% of all […]

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Jun 16th, 2021
Joseph Paulozzi Distracted Driving Accident

Last May, Republican Ohio state senator Andrew Brenner was seen wearing his seatbelt on Zoom during a state board meeting. The background he used made it appear he was Zooming from his home office, but he was really driving while using his phone. Technology has proven that the flow of information never stops. Even when […]

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Jun 9th, 2021
Joseph Paulozzi Car Accident

Last July, Janice Harper sped down a dark highway with a state trooper signaling her to stop. Harper turned on her hazard lights, moved into the right lane, on her way to the roadside. The trooper’s dash-cam video shows the trooper speeding up, smashing into Harper’s car, sending it spinning and flipping upside down in […]

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Jun 2nd, 2021
Joseph Paulozzi Personal Injury

The headlines are terrifying… “Jackknifed truck closes down I-176” or “Jackknifed truck smashes oncoming traffic on I-90” or “Four injured in jackknife truck accident.” Cleveland newspapers are full of headlines like this. It is chilling to think about a disfigured semi-truck sliding uncontrollably toward you so fast that there is nothing you can do to […]

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May 26th, 2021
Joseph Paulozzi Personal Injury

New research reveals automobile insurance penalized distracted drivers exponentially over the past decade. People ticketed for distracted driving in Ohio can typically expect a 32% increase in the price of their car insurance policies. You are more than 20 times more likely to be involved in an accident if you are sending or receiving text […]

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May 19th, 2021
Joseph Paulozzi Nursing Abuse

In 2018, a state law was changed to address one of the fastest-growing yet least reported problems across the state of Ohio and Cuyahoga County—elder abuse. This law greatly expands the list of people, professions, and entities that are now required by state law to report the neglect, suspected abuse, or exploitation of senior citizens. […]

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May 12th, 2021
Joseph Paulozzi workers compensation

There are not many facets of the American lifestyle that COVID-19 has not touched. The pandemic has especially put into perspective just how and where we do our jobs. Some jobs allow for workers to stay at home and shelter in place, but for many workers, their physical presence is needed to keep the economic […]

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