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You've been in an auto accident. A few months later when you try to trade in your vehicle for a new model, the dealer tells you he cannot give you full trade in value because your truck has an accident history. You explain that the truck was fully repaired and works just fine. Your dealer shrugs and says that the average consumer does not want to take that risk.This phenomenon is known as diminished value.
A Quick Look at Veterans Aid and Attendance, an Often Overlooked Benefit Available to Veterans and Their Surviving Spouse
Children with aging parents often find themselves in the difficult position of placing their mother or father in an assisted living or long term care environment with little knowledge of their parent's financial situation. The children are often surprised to learn their parent did not have to be injured to receive Aid and Attendance through the Department of Veteran’s Affairs (VA), and the surviving spouse of an honorably discharged veteran (or those having been discharged other than dishonorably) may also be entitled to a similar benefit even if the surviving spouse never served.
Critchfield, Critchfield & Johnston, Ltd. is pleased to announce that four attorneys have joined the firm as associates.
Critchfield, Critchfield & Johnston, Ltd. is pleased to announce that two lawyers, Susan E. Baker and J. Douglas Drushal, have been selected to the 2020 Ohio Super Lawyers list.
Many members of the public treat images that have been posted on the internet as if they have been dedicated to the public domain by the authors. While that might be the case in some instances, the mere posting of an image to the internet does not indicate that it has been dedicated to the public domain or prevent the author from suing for copyright infringement. Unless the author has expressly indicated an intent to put the work into the public domain, such an intent will not be implied merely because the work was posted online—even if the work was posted without a copyright notice.