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My name is Jim Lockwood. I graduated from law school at the University of Notre Dame and am licensed to practice law in Indiana, Michigan, and Ohio. I served five years as an Assistant Attorney general at the Ohio Attorney General's Office. While there, I prosecuted welfare fraud and drafted opinions for the state. I also served as an Assistant Prosecutor for the Barrion County Michigan prosecutor’s office. As a person who has experienced a disability as well as the trials and tribulations that go along with it, I know how crucial fair treatment before the law can be. I represent clients like you to obtain justice on their behalf. Justice is not a commodity, it's a right. You won’t find a more determined advocate. Lawsuits can be intimidating. But, no corporation or person is too large to be above the law. Remember, the bigger the adversary, the sweeter the victory. Contact me today to receive a free case evaluation.
As we all know, a global pandemic is sweeping through the world. It is called the CoronaVirus or Clovid19. The soldiers on the front line of this fight are those employed in the medical community. They are the nurses, nurse practitioners, surgeons, doctors, and other staff who work at hospitals and other medical facilities. In […]Read more...
As you peruse our firm’s website, you will find posts discussing the details of cases filed on behalf of our clients. These posts are always published with the permission of our clients. Additionally, none of the information contained within these posts, or documents linked in said posts, contain any confidential information. Instead, these posts contain […]Read more...
As explained previously, the Medicaid program uses the term “resources” to mean assets. The Medicaid program distinguishes resources and income in determining eligibility and calculating the amount that a Medicaid recipient must contribute to medical expenses. Whether a resource or income is counted, and how it affects eligibility, depends on many factors. The […]Read more...