LHA proudly sponsors our employee, Kristin O’Connor, as she bikes 150 miles for MS for the Pedal to the Point.
Cleveland OVI/Criminal Attorney Megan DiVincenzo will be a guest on Good Company this morning at 10:00 a.m.
So you just got a moving traffic violation ticket and are thinking “no big deal” and are just going to put the check in the mail. You may want to think again. Speeding tickets can raise insurance costs 53%
This year, Luftman, Heck & Associates will be participating in the 2012 Bowl for Kid’s Sake benefitting Big Brothers Big Sisters of Central Ohio.
Think a minor drug charge is no big deal and you should just pay the ticket? Think again. In Ohio, any drug conviction will result in you losing your license for a minimum of six months up to five years.
Actually, if fully clothed, you should probably not commit a theft offense either.
The Federal Trade Commission has been cracking down on debt settlement companies who prey on consumers while trying to collect old debt. Asset Acceptance, LLC is one of the nation’s largest collection companies and has agreed to pay $2.5 million to settle the charges brought by the FTC.
Tune in to channel 1420 AM in Cleveland and online at WHK Radio from 6-7pm on Saturday, January 21 to hear LHA’s own Cleveland attorneys, Paul Kuzmickas and Megan DiVencenzo discuss the ins and outs of criminal and bankruptcy law in Ohio.
The general election in Ohio is coming up in one week. Have you reviewed the issues and candidates?