Newsletters

Winter 2021 - click here to learn more about…

  • Negotiating with an Insurance Company
  • Workers’ Compensation Benefits Cover More Than Salary
  • When Mother Nature Is at Fault
  • Driving Decline

Fall 2020 - click here to learn more about…

  • Auto Accident Investigations
  • Q&A: Workers’ Comp
  • School Bus Safety
  • Emergency Responders and Workers’ Comp

Summer 2020 - click here to learn more about…

  • Reckless Drivers
  • Share the Road: Tips for bicycliists and motorists
  • Are Part-Time Workers Who Get Hurt on the Job Entitled to Workers’ Compensation?
  • Hurt on the Job?

Spring 2020 - click here to learn more about…

  • Workplace Injuries and Workers' Compensation
  • Maximize Your Recovery After an Auto Accident
  • Birth Injuries
  • Ten Reasons to Consult a Workers' Compensation Attorney

Fall 2019 - click here to learn more about…

  • What Is Negligence?
  • To Swerve, or Not to Swerve
  • Reconstructing the Scene
  • Workers' Compensation - What To Do if an Insurer Denies Your Claim

Summer 2019 - click here to learn more about…

  • What To Do After a Motorcycle Accident
  • Ten Reasons to Consult a Workers’ Compensation Attorney
  • Bus Accidents
  • Burn Injuries

Spring 2019 - click here to learn more about…

  • Which Insurance Will Cover Medical Bills from a Car Accident?
  • Drugged Driving
  • Workers' Compensation - When Insurers Refuse to Pay
  • Watch Your Step - Slip-and-Fall Accidents

Winter 2018 - click here to learn more about…

  • Insurance Companies: Not Always on Your Side
  • Truck Accidents on the Rise
  • Distracted Driving - No LOL Matter
  • Do You Need a Private Eye?

Fall 2018 - click here to learn more about…

  • Danger Zone: Office Accidents
  • When Does an Accident Turn into a Personal Injury Case?
  • Deadline for Filing a Personal Injury Claim
  • Emergency Responders and Workers' Comp

Spring 2018 - click here to learn more about…

  • Considering a Personal Injury Lawsuit? Here's What You Can Expect
  • WORKERS’ COMPENSATION - When insurers refuse to pay
  • Assault Via Social Media
  • Are Part-Time Workers Who Get Hurt on the Job Entitled to Workers’ Compensation?

Contact Kalish Law at 216-502-0570 for a free confidential and private consultation. Kalish Law is conventiently located at 1468 West 9th Street, Suite 405 in Cleveland, Ohio.


Area of Practice Includes:

  • Personal Injury
  • Motor Vehicle Accident
  • Workers' Compensation
  • Medical Malpractice