Elk & Elk attorney Amy Papesh will share her extensive experience in estate administration and help others gain a better understanding of the proper procedures at an upcoming National Business Institute live seminar in Cleveland.
In the two years since launching “Get That Weak Stuff Out of Here” with the Cleveland Cavaliers, Elk & Elk has donated more than $73,000 to Cleveland Clinic Children’s to support the fight against pediatric cancer.
The campaign, which ties each shot blocked by the Cavs to a $100 donation from Elk & Elk to Cleveland Clinic Children’s, raised $40,600 in its first season.
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), one in 68 children in the United States is affected by autism.
In honor of Autism Awareness Month, Elk & Elk is proud to join Cleveland-based Milestones Autism Resources in sharing valuable autism tips and connecting community members who are affected by autism with vital support and resources. Continue reading “April is Autism Awareness Month: 5 Tips Courtesy of Milestones Autism Resources”
The Plain Dealer launches investigation into conditions at Ohio nursing homes
On March 19, John Caniglia and Jo Ellen Corrigan of The Plain Dealer published the initial findings of a multi-part investigation into Ohio’s nursing homes. Their report reveals a number of concerning statistics about the quality of care in facilities around the state and highlights tragic incidents of negligence and abuse. Continue reading “Are your loved ones safe in Ohio nursing homes?”
On February 22, the Ohio Supreme Court declined to hear the appeal of a $2.7 million verdict awarded to victims of a fatal trike motorcycle crash. Elk & Elk attorneys Gary Cowan and Kimberly Young represented the family of the Ohio man killed in the accident and his surviving spouse, who suffered severe injuries. Continue reading “Ohio Supreme Court declines appeal of $2.7M verdict for fatal motorcycle accident”