As the threat from COVID-19 is better understood and steps are being taken to keep people safe from its effects, economies are re-opening all over the United States. But is your business prepared for the transition back to work?
As Ohio begins to permit businesses to reopen, join POLING attorney, Jacob Dobres, on Monday, May 11, 2020 at 1:00 PM for a Zoom webinar regarding COVID-19 and Workers’ Compensation: What You Need to Know.
Attorney Frederick A. Sewards successfully argued and defended an appeal before the 10th District Court of Appeals. The appellants had appealed from a defense verdict in a medical malpractice trial in the Franklin County Common Pleas Court in which Mr. Sewards represented the defendant general surgeon. The appellants argued that the trial court should have
POLING attorney, Frederick A. Sewards, defended a primary care physician in a wrongful death medical malpractice lawsuit in the Court of Common Pleas of Licking County, Ohio. The case went to trial on Monday, November 4, 2019 and concluded on Thursday, November 7, 2019 when the jury returned a verdict in favor of the defendant
POLING attorney, Frederick A. Sewards, obtained a unanimous defense verdict for his emergency medicine physician client on Friday, February 7, 2020 following a two-week trial. The allegations were that Mr. Sewards’ client and multiple other emergency medicine specialists were negligent in failing to diagnose and treat a cervical spinal epidural abscess or system infection in
Brant Poling and Sabrina Sellers obtained a defense verdict in a birth trauma case arising out of allegations of failure to recognize signal ambiguity on the fetal monitor strip. Experts were called by the family asserting the monitor began recording the maternal heart rate and that additional evaluation was needed of the mother’s heart rate.
Congratulations to Brant Poling and Fred Sewards for a large defense verdict in Fairfax, Virginia this week. The team defended an orthopedic surgeon and his corporation against claims of failure to get a pre-op vascular consult and failure to diagnose an occlusion prior to a knee total knee replacement. The jury returned a unanimous defense