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Celebrating Disability Independence Day

July 25, 2022

One of the most gratifying aspects of my job is when I get to witness a group of people help someone who has been disabled by the negligence of a doctor or hospital. I work to reach a verdict that upholds justice for them and also advocates for their continued independence as a disabled person. […]

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Honesty Day

June 22, 2021

Honesty, a Definition  I learned for the first time this year that April 30 is National Honesty Day.   When I learned this, it made me think about what it means to be honest.   The George Carlin in me made me think this is all backward. We have 364 non-honesty days and one day of honesty? […]

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Father’s Day

June 20, 2021

James Casey. My name.  The first James Casey suffered a terrible industrial accident in England from which he received a monetary settlement. He loved his family and wanted to make a better life for them, so he used that settlement to bring his family to America where he found work in a steel mill in […]

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Let Yourself Feel Joy

June 15, 2021

Wondering ‘What’s Next?’ Reduces Our Joy We live in a “what’s next” society. Rarely do we get the chance to enjoy the fruits of our work, and experience joy. From the time I was small, I remember my grandmother saying to me, “Jimmy, time goes by no matter what you do, so you might as […]

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Heroes and Influencers: Brian Mooar

June 8, 2021

When I was in college, I did not think I was smart enough to go to law school. I thought I would settle for something that made less of a distinct impact. Thankfully, I had a friend who showed me that it is perfectly okay to chase your dreams.   I met Brian Mooar in high […]

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Heroes and Influences: Grandma Anna

June 1, 2021

When I was growing up, the legend of Anna Casey loomed large in the Crystal Park neighborhood of Canton, Ohio.   She was born near the turn of the 20th century. She went to work in the factories in elementary school, hiding in a 55-gallon drum when the child labor inspectors came.   She married young, lived […]

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