Monthly Archives: June 2016
When two different policies provide coverage for an accident, but both also contain excess clauses, the Courts have said the two companies are required to “prorate” the damage based on the limits of liability of each policy.
If the landowner has knowledge a tree is dead or decaying, the landowner has a duty to exercise reasonable care to prevent unreasonable risk of harm from the dead or decaying tree.
Ohio’s Recreational User Statute provides immunity to landowners who permit others to hunt, fish, snowmobile, or conduct other recreational activities on their property.
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The Cleveland Metropolitan Bar Association has featured Shaun E. Young, Partner at Keis George LLP, in the Bar Journal “The Scoop.” Though Young is a complex litigator with extensive experience in large loss fire cases and product liability and construction claims, readers were more interested in learning about Young’s family and what makes Rocky River Ohio so… Read More »