News from Minnillo Jenkins Co. LPA
Welcome to the Minnillo & Jenkins update!
We’re growing! At Minnillo & Jenkins we’ve added attorneys and staff to best serve our clients – real people who need real lawyers. This means expanding our services from bankruptcy, consumer law, criminal defense and employment matters, to workers’ compensation and beyond. As part of our continuing expansion we want to provide regular updates concerning our firm and news about developments that might matter to you. Thank you for your attention and please contact us with any questions, concerns or feedback.
Meet Our Newest Addition
Here at Minnillo & Jenkins we are excited to welcome the newest member of our team – Attorney Jamie Meisenhelder. Jamie’s practice focuses exclusively on workers’ compensation. Here are a few thoughts Jamie wanted to share with you.
“If you are injured at work, it is important to have someone on your side to help you navigate through the complicated and often frustrating Bureau of Workers’ Compensation system. Ohio workers’ compensation is a confusing and constantly changing area of law. The assistance of an experienced attorney can make all the difference in the outcome of your claim.
I have been practicing for 11 years and focused exclusively on workers’ compensation. I am happy to be able to offer the clients of Minnillo & Jenkins experienced representation at every level of the workers’ compensation system. Whether you are having trouble getting your medical bills paid, need new conditions added to your claim, or are not getting the compensation you deserve, I can help.
I look forward to continuing my successful representation of injured workers with the service and professionalism you have come to expect from Minnillo & Jenkins.”
Contact Jamie about workers’ compensation issues at [email protected]ojenkins.com.
News You Can Use
Consumer Protection and Automatic Electronic Payments
The Electronic Funds Transfer Act (EFTA) is an important new law designed to protect you! It may apply if you have arranged to repay or purchase goods and services through pre-authorized electronic fund transfers (EFTs). The Act covers EFTs from most banks and limits liability for unauthorized transfers if you notify the bank promptly. If you arrange recurring regular electronic payments, the merchant or creditors must, among other things, obtain prior signed authorization and provide you with a copy. Creditors and merchants may not continue withdrawals after authorization is revoked. Remedies for violations include actual damages and statutory damages between $100 and $1000 plus attorney fees.
If you think your rights under the EFTA or other consumer protection laws may have been violated contact Chris Jenkins at [email protected] for a free consultation.