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Medical Marijuana and the Workplace

June 15, 2016


Ohio recently became the 25th state to legalize Medical Marijuana.  This brings to the forefront many issues in the workplace.  Employers are obligated to provide a safe environment.  If an employee is using medical marijuana for a medical condition are they violating workplace safety laws and no tolerance policies? (more…)


Constructing Your PI Case with Saponaro, Inc.

May 25, 2016


Just 6% of America’s workers are employed in the construction industry. Yet this industry accounts for 20% of fatalities – the largest number reported in any sector.



The Negative Effects of Prescription Painkiller Abuse

May 19, 2016


Updated May 28, 2019

In the wake of Prince’s death, authorities issued a search warrant for his medical records and court documents identify a doctor who was treating him for an undisclosed illness before his death.

His death brings the conversation of prescription drug abuse and overdose again to the forefront of this national epidemic.


How Concierge Nursing Can Strengthen Your Case

May 3, 2016

UUse our concierge nursing services.

Practicing nurses and/or nurse paralegals can serve as expert witnesses in legal cases and can also help attorneys address many aspects of their cases. This service, known as concierge nursing, utilizes practicing nurses and/or nurse practitioners as expert witnesses in legal cases and to guide attorneys through all the aspects of their case, from record review and chronologies; to recommendations for types of medical experts required to pursue a case; to deposition and/or testimony on the nursing standards of care. These assignments are on a case-by-case basis, and the extent of nursing assistance required is determined by the attorney’s particular case needs.



The Importance of a Comprehensive Case Evaluation

April 20, 2016


Sometimes, to control initial costs, an attorney will utilize a service that offers quick opinions on potential malpractice cases. Depending on the case, this may be an effective screening tool, but this scenario can also be problematic, since the experts do not always get the complete picture.   (more…)


4 Ways a Personal Injury Expert Witness Will Help Win Your Case

April 5, 2016

Personal Injury Expert Witness

In the realm of Personal Injury Lawsuits, things are often not as simple as they appear, even in seemingly clear-cut cases. Having an experienced and knowledgeable expert witness on your side often means the difference between winning and losing a lawsuit. (more…)


Hiring a Nursing Home Expert Witness for Abuse and Infractions

March 28, 2016


An article by The Nursing Home Abuse Advocate reported a new “record” has been broken in the form of $38 million. Extendicare Health Services Inc. agreed to pay $38 million to the U.S. government and eight states to settle allegations that it billed Medicare and Medicaid for substandard nursing care and unnecessary rehabilitation therapy.   (more…)


Physiatry’s Unique Applicability to Life Care Planning

March 18, 2016


Throughout Life Care Planning’s history, Physiatry has played a central role, yet less than 1% of Life Care Planners are qualified physicians.

The unique qualifications of physiatrists afford them capacities that are not possessed by non-physicians and, in some cases, non-physiatric Life Care Planners. These capacities represent significant value to the subjects of Life Care Plans as well as to the parties who commission their production. In determining the best route to take for life care planning, we need to first understand Life Care Plans.



5 Myths About Using an Expert Witness Referral Service

February 26, 2016


A reputable expert witness referral service can be a great asset to attorneys and law firms. As an expert referral service that has been helping trial attorneys since 1974, we have had to demystify common objections to the types of services we provide. Here are 5 misconceptions we have encountered throughout our years.



Misconduct and the Use of Excessive Force in Law Enforcement

February 4, 2016


The U.S. Department of Justice just finished an investigation and report on abusive and often unconstitutional policing by Cleveland Division of Police between 2010 and 2013. This is what they found.