GS News
8/18/2022
Gallagher Sharp LLP

Nine Gallagher Sharp Attorneys Recognized In The 2023 Edition Of Best Lawyers®, Three Attorneys Recognized As “Lawyer Of The Year”

Gallagher Sharp is pleased to announce that nine of its attorneys have been recognized in the 2023 edition of Best Lawyers®. We would also like to congratulate Joseph J.. Read More...
5/25/2022
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Attorneys Joe Center and Joe Pappalardo Secure Defense Verdict For Trucking Client

Congratulations to Attorneys Joe Center and Joe Pappalardo on securing a defense verdict on behalf of their trucking client. The plaintiff, whose background could have made him highly sympathetic. Read More...
2/3/2022
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Gallagher Sharp Is Pleased To Announce That Steven A. Keslar and Drew D. Price Have Been Elected Partners

Gallagher Sharp is pleased to announce that Steven A. Keslar and Drew D. Price have been elected partners. Located in Gallagher Sharp’s Columbus office, Mr. Keslar is a member. Read More...
1/18/2022
Gallagher Sharp LLP

Tim Roth Serves As Vice-Chair & Seminar Speaker At The 2022 Trucking Industry Defense Association (TIDA) Advanced Seminar

Gallagher Sharp was pleased to have Partner and Transportation Practice Group Manager Tim Roth participate in the 2022 Trucking Industry Defense Association (TIDA) Advanced Seminar in Nashville, TN. Tim. Read More...
1/3/2022
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Thirteen Gallagher Sharp Attorneys Recognized As Ohio Super Lawyers & Rising Stars For 2022

Gallagher Sharp is pleased to announce that thirteen of our attorneys are recognized as Ohio Super Lawyers and Rising Stars for 2022, with Managing Partner, Monica A. Sansalone, also. Read More...
11/17/2021
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Partner Joe Monroe Discusses Liquor Liability Claims With Local NBC Affiliate

Gallagher Sharp Partner Joe Monroe was recently interviewed by our local NBC affiliate (WKYC Channel 3 – Cleveland) during which he discussed liquor liability claims and exposure homeowners could. Read More...
11/9/2021
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Gallagher Sharp Addresses A Variety Of Professional Liablity & Legal Malpractice Topics At The 2021 Professional Liability Services, Inc. Seminar

Managing Partner Monica Sansalone and Partners Markus E. Apelis, Shane Lawson, Maia Jerin, and Teri Richthammer presented at the annual Professional Liability Services, Inc. Seminar on November 5, 2021,. Read More...
GS Publications
9/20/2022
By Donald G. Drinko, Gary D. Baker Jr.

Can An Injured Worker Receive A Loss Of Use Award For Their Vision With No Damage To The Structure Or Function Of Their Eyes?

Under R.C. §4123.57, an injured worker can receive an additional award for the “loss of use” of a body part, one of these awards can include a loss of. Read More...
9/16/2022
By Gary L. Nicholson

Supreme Court of Ohio Holds That Economic Costs Incurred by Governmental Entities as a Result of the Opioid Epidemic Are Not “Damages Because of Bodily Injury”

On September 7, 2022, the Supreme Court of Ohio decided that an insurance policy that provides coverage for “damages because of bodily injury” does not cover claims brought by. Read More...
9/7/2022
By Donald G. Drinko, Gary D. Baker Jr.

Can A Disabled Adult Child Who Is A Partial Dependent Receive Lifetime Death Benefits?

Under Ohio Revised Code § 4123.60, “dependents” of an injured worker are entitled to death benefits when the injured worker’s death is the result of a workplace injury or. Read More...
8/26/2022
By Donald G. Drinko, Gary D. Baker Jr.

Can A Doctor Use An Injured Worker’s Voluntary Retirement As The Sole Basis For Terminating Temporary Total Benefits?

Under Ohio Revised Code § 4123.56 an injured worker is entitled to benefits when they are temporarily and totally disabled based on a work related injury or illness. The. Read More...
8/25/2022
By Joseph W. Pappalardo, Devin A. Bembnister

FMCSA Publishes Draft Of Medical Examiner’s Handbook For Proposed Regulatory Guidance On Driver Physical Qualifications

On August 16, 2022, the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) published a 122-page draft of the new Medical Examiner’s Handbook that could become a guide for certified medical. Read More...
8/23/2022
By Joseph J. Santoro, Alyssa J. Wheeler-Keene

Supreme Court of Ohio Rules that Ohio’s Blocked Crossing Statute is Preempted by Federal Law

In joining an overwhelming weight of authority from other jurisdictions that have found anti-blocking statutes in other states to be preempted by federal law, the Supreme Court of Ohio. Read More...
8/10/2022
By Donald G. Drinko, Gary D. Baker Jr.

Can An Outdoor Space Be Considered A “Workshop” For The Purposes Of A VSSR Claim?

Ohio Revised Code 4101.12 provides that it is the responsibility of every employer in Ohio to provide a safe workplace and adhere to all safety rules. A violation of. Read More...