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March is Brain Injury Awareness Month

The Brain Injury Layers at Perantinides & Nolan are advocates of good care and good health.  March is National Brain Injury Awareness month so we would like to share some info and make you aware of brain injuries so that you can avoid such injury at all costs.  According to the Brain Injury Association of America, each year an estimated 1.7 million children and adults in the United States sustain a traumatic brain injury (TBI), and another 795,000 individuals sustain an acquired brain injury (ABI) from nontraumatic causes.

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LIVE Seminar: Monday 10/8/2012: Damages in Personal Injury

Program Description: Effectively Quantify and Negotiate Damages in a Personal Injury CaseAre you getting everything you can out of each injury case that comes your way? Don't miss any general or special damages that may apply to a personal injury suit. Learn to analyze and quantify the effect of an injury on the plaintiff's current and future life to maximize or contest the recovery. Register today!

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What is Employer Intentional Tort?

safety helmetEmployer Intentional Tort can be many things.  In a nutshell, it is when you suffer because your employer did not their job to keep you informed and safe.  Some things include:

  • Failure to train adequately
  • Lack of safety equipment
  • Hazardous conditions
  • Defective machinery or equipment
  • Safety and OSHA violations
  • Removal of safety guards, equipment, or accessories

If you feel that you have suffered due to Employer Intentional Tort, give our Akron / Canton / Cleveland, Ohio Lawyers a call today 330-253-5454. 

College graduate overcomes doubts, pain

Ann Weber was one of our clients who we helped in 2008 in a terrible burn case.  She is now overcoming the accident. 

After being burned in high school lab, woman faces fears, becomes student leader at Wellesley

By Jewell Cardwell, Beacon Journal staff writer

I can think of only one other time that I felt so passionate about an event that I actually turned my column space over to someone else. Today I'm doing just that, because of harrowing circumstances and for reasons close to my heart. Calais Ann D. Weber daughter of Larry and Valarie Weber of Green and my goddaughter — graduated last weekend from Wellesley College in Boston at age 20. FromRead her full story as published in the Akron Beacon Journal, Ohio.com

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