My sisters have been in town helping me clean-out my mom's house. She never threw anything away, so she has three houses worth of stuff under her roof. It is ridiculous. During our time together, my sisters and I were kind of reminiscing over the journey with mom, childhood, and how we got to where … Continue reading If I Could Talk to Me, 15 years ago… Lessons Learned From Caring for a Mom with Bi-Polar Disorder
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The Ninth District Court of Appeals of Ohio (Summit County) recently affirmed a jury verdict in favor of local landowners on their nuisance and takings claims against the Ohio Turnpike Commission. In 1984 the Amores purchased a piece of property in Peninsula, Ohio. Thirteen years later, in 1997, the Ohio Turnpike Commission began a maintenance and construction project … Continue reading Ohio Turnpike Commission Liable to Landowners for Taking & Nuisance