• WATCH THIS: Claims of Excessive Force by Dayton PD

    DAYTON -- Claims of Dayton Police using excessive force while arresting a man is caught on camera. A man in a nearby home watched from a window as officers tried to arrest the man after a traffic stop. "He came and kicked the dude then he got to punching him. I was like you're not supposed to be doing that," said the man who recorded the video on his cell phone. To watch the full story, please click on watch the video. The arrest happened Friday in an alley behind Main Street near Marathon Avenue. We talked with Dayton Police who say 36-year-old Shane Sprague was pulled over after a traffic violation on Main Street. Officers found an arrest warrant for Sprague out of Xenia so they asked him to get out of the police cruiser to put him in handcuffs. That's when officers...

    published: 02 Jun 2014
  • Dayton Ranks No. 13 in Dog Bite Claims; Ohio Ranks No. 4

    DAYTON -- Dayton is tied with Cleveland at number 13 for attacks of postal workers. Dayton is the smallest of the 20 ranked cities. In fact most cities are at least three times more populated than Dayton. At 26 bites, Dayton has the highest number of dog bites to a postal worker per population.A lot of the dog bites happen when the carriers are just doing their job delivering mail and they don't see the dogs, said Robert McDaniel of U.S.P.S. It gets worse. In terms of insurance claims for dog bites, Ohio has one of the highest rates in the nation. In 2012, State Farm had more than 3,600 dog bite claims and paid more than $108 million as a result of dog bites. Ohio ranked No. 4 on the list of claims with 235. California was the top state while Illinois was No. 2 and Texas No. 3.There were ...

    published: 16 May 2013
  • Dayton Claims "Unsession" A Success

    Governor Mark Dayton talks about the nearly two thousand outdated laws and rules that were repealed during the 2014 legislative session.

    published: 27 May 2014
  • Protesters Claim Dayton Mall Bus Stop Breaks A

    MIAMI TOWNSHIP-- Protestors are preparing to sound off against the company that owns the Dayton Mall, over a bus stop. LEAD (Leaders for Equality and Action in Dayton) claims that the only RTA bus stop at the mall, is not up to standards with the American's with Disabilities Act. "we want enough bus stops, we want them accessible, and accessible to the entrances to the mall," said Willie Righter, who is helping to organize the protest. She is almost 80 years old, and struggles to walk herself, but continues to fight for equality and access for others. "Because I live here and these are people that are my friends and neighbors, and the children of my friends and neighbors," Righter said. LEAD is the group responsible for the fight to add RTA bus stops at the Fairfield Com...

    published: 15 Dec 2014
  • dayton insurance claims

    Dayton Insurance Claims http://dayton-roofing.com-receive-free.info/ Rembrandt Enterprises 156 E. Spring Valley Pike Suite B Centerville OH 45458 937-746-7377 937-746-7377

    published: 29 May 2011
  • Murder in a Dayton alley goes unsolved

    Murder in a Dayton alley goes unsolved

    published: 25 Mar 2014
  • How Leading Healthcare Organizations Optimize Claims Processing and Automate Operations

    Find out how healthcare companies are using Pega's innovative Claims Automation solutions to boost First Pass Rates and optimize the productivity of claims examiners without having to replace core administration systems. Pega has developed two "wrap around" solutions that are enabling clients to reduce cost, improve compliance and enhance member and provider satisfaction. http://www.pega.com/solutions/by-industry/healthcare/claims Customer stories will include: - Successful implementations in less than 90 days - Savings of millions of dollars annually - Increased ROI's up to 300% Featured Speakers: - Keith Dayton - Sr. Director, Healthcare Marketing, Pegasystems - Jonathan Kelly - Sr. Director, Healthcare Marketing, Pegasystems

    published: 21 Jan 2014
  • Abandoned and Derelict Former Elder Beerman Store in Northwest Dayton, Ohio

    An Elder Beerman Store that has sat vacant for years since it has closed and looks like trash

    published: 06 Oct 2016
  • Dayton landlord recovers money from campaign after contacting 2 NEWS Investigates

    Dayton landlord claims Obama campaign left him with a mess

    published: 08 Feb 2013
  • How To Find Out If A Home Is REAP Eligible In The City of Dayton, Ohio

    In this video, Paula Powers, Planning and Community Development Coordinator for the City of Dayton, takes you through the process of how to find out if a home is eligible for REAP (Real Estate Acquisition Process) online. The City of Dayton Lot Links Program uses Ohio Revised Code Sections 323.65-323.79, commonly referred to as R.E.A.P. (Real Estate Acquisition Process), and is a partnership between individual citizens or developers, the City of Dayton and Montgomery County. The program provides a vehicle for bringing abandoned tax delinquent property back into productive use via: 1) Acquisition of tax delinquent vacant lots by those seeking lots for yard or home expansion, building of garages, urban gardens, etc.; and 2) Acquisition of tax delinquent abandoned housing stock by those wi...

    published: 18 Sep 2014
  • Gov. Dayton on Vikings Stadium: Shocked, Shocked to Find Seat Licenses in Here!

    he Minnesota Sports Facilities Authority met Thursday evening to finalize agreements with the Minnesota Vikings for a new stadium scheduled to open in 2016. Instead of a celebration, however, the meeting devolved into an angry shouting match at times, as residents criticized the lack of public input in the process. To add to the strained atmosphere, Gov. Mark Dayton held a press conference before the meeting at which he begrudgingly accepted that private seat license fees — a revenue-raising gimmick he has said he strongly opposes — are part of the deal. It was all part of an increasingly pressurized effort to keep the $1-billion stadium deal rolling despite a number of problems that have cropped up in recent months — from the fraud conviction of the Vikings' owners in a New Jersey court ...

    published: 09 Oct 2013
  • Dayton Man Claims VA was Ready to Let Him Die

    DAYTON -- A local Vietnam veteran says he believes the V.A. was willing to let him die rather pay for the expensive medication he needed to treat his heart and lung issues. Dale Walker gets emotional when he talks a recent visit to his primary care physician. He says the doctor told him he was going to die and there was nothing they could do to help. But Walker says after a trip to a specialist he was told there was a medication that could help him. However, no one was willing to give him the drug after repeated trips to the V.A. hospital. Today Walker contacted us and we looked into it, and after several phone calls we got an email apologizing to Walker for what they call a misunderstanding between Walker and his primary care doctor. The V.A. says a drug has been identified t...

    published: 30 May 2014
  • Car Insurance Dayton Ohio

    http://www.pathwayinsurance.net/ Call 513-662-7000 for Car Insurance Dayton Ohio. Everyone is looking for the best deal on car insurance in Dayton Ohio and often consumers will call insurance companies after watching a series of commercials and they may get a better rate from the company that they just called. However consumers may have been able to achieve a better rate if they would've contacted our agency because we represent over 30 insurance companies. So if you're looking for the best rates on car insurance in Dayton Ohio you may have made a mistake by only calling one company to obtain that quote. However there is one area that you need to be cautious about when searching for Dayton Ohio car insurance. Car insurance is far more complicated than the price we pay for it™ and you...

    published: 12 Jul 2012
  • Dayton's Billionaire B talks opening of "CLUB MEDUSA!" (video)

    There's a new nightclub coming to Dayton...."MEDUSA" night club! The Partyman TV's Londyn Apesos chats with Brandon Melson, aka Billionaire B, about his business mindset, and his brand, along with an inside look at Medusa. Subscribe to this Youtube Channel Above! ThePartymanTV Follow The Partyman on IG/SNAP: hot1029partyman ThePartymanTV ThePartymanTV ThePartymanTV NOTES Dayton ohio african american community dayton ohio black community

    published: 11 Aug 2016
  • Dayton Ohio Workers' Compensation Attorney Dan O'Brien - Marijuana in WC claims

    Dayton Ohio Workers' Compensation Attorney Dan O'Brien speaking on the topic of marijuana in Workers' Compensation Claims.

    published: 21 Feb 2017
  • #OPJOHNCRAWFORD in Dayton, Ohio on 12-27-2014

    An interview with Micah at #OPJOHNCRAWFORD in Beavercreek, OH. Just outside of Dayton, OH. in Greene County

    published: 28 Dec 2014
WATCH THIS: Claims of Excessive Force by Dayton PD

WATCH THIS: Claims of Excessive Force by Dayton PD

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DAYTON -- Claims of Dayton Police using excessive force while arresting a man is caught on camera. A man in a nearby home watched from a window as officers tried to arrest the man after a traffic stop. "He came and kicked the dude then he got to punching him. I was like you're not supposed to be doing that," said the man who recorded the video on his cell phone. To watch the full story, please click on watch the video. The arrest happened Friday in an alley behind Main Street near Marathon Avenue. We talked with Dayton Police who say 36-year-old Shane Sprague was pulled over after a traffic violation on Main Street. Officers found an arrest warrant for Sprague out of Xenia so they asked him to get out of the police cruiser to put him in handcuffs. That's when officers say he starting resisting arrest and became combative. "He resisted multiple verbal orders and resisted for several minutes before officers were finally able to get his hands behind his back," said Dayton Police Major Matt Carper. Carper says people need to see the whole story before anyone makes any judgement. ABC 22/FOX 45 obtained the cruiser cam video to show you what authorities are talking about. Carper points out that in the dash cam video you can see Sprague resisting arrest as officers try to put handcuffs on him. He is tased several times -- and then the other officer comes to help assist officers in the arrest. "From what I've seen so far from this investigation, the officers were in compliance with the policy," said Carper. We're told the investigation is not complete and that the proper protocol is being taken to to make sure the actions by officers are in line with the department's policy. Sprague was taken to Greene County for that outstanding warrant before being released.
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Dayton Ranks No. 13 in Dog Bite Claims; Ohio Ranks No. 4

Dayton Ranks No. 13 in Dog Bite Claims; Ohio Ranks No. 4

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DAYTON -- Dayton is tied with Cleveland at number 13 for attacks of postal workers. Dayton is the smallest of the 20 ranked cities. In fact most cities are at least three times more populated than Dayton. At 26 bites, Dayton has the highest number of dog bites to a postal worker per population.A lot of the dog bites happen when the carriers are just doing their job delivering mail and they don't see the dogs, said Robert McDaniel of U.S.P.S. It gets worse. In terms of insurance claims for dog bites, Ohio has one of the highest rates in the nation. In 2012, State Farm had more than 3,600 dog bite claims and paid more than $108 million as a result of dog bites. Ohio ranked No. 4 on the list of claims with 235. California was the top state while Illinois was No. 2 and Texas No. 3.There were 750 dog bites in Montgomery County last year, 211 in Dayton. Actually when I was little I ran into a friend of mine's dog when we were playing and it bit me and they put him down, said Laura of Dayton.So Why are we ranked so high? One vet says it's all in the breeding.If you're going to go pick a puppy meet the parents put a lot of priority in the mom and dad, said veterinarian Sven Anstadt. If they have personality traits you don't like I would be weary of buying that because you will see those personality traits transmitted when you talk about aggression here antisocial behavior or hyperactivity.Bob Sexton from Animal Resource Center says it's hard to define the reason, but you can help get our numbers down. When you see a stray dog make sure it gets reported whether to us for the police department, he said.Do not run or shout keep your hands down and slowly back away from the animal until it loses interest, said Tom Hut of Montgomery County Public Health.Doctors advise if you are bitten to immediately wash the bite with soap and water and call your family physician. Also call public health so they can quarantine the animal to make sure there are no signs of illnesses.Mail carriers tell us they may not deliver your mail if they see a dog in your yard or your neighbors yard. State/City RankingThe U.S. Postal Service issues a list of the cities across the country where the most postal workers have been attacked by dogs, and, for 2012, that list included:1) Los Angeles, Calif.-69 attacks on postal workers2) San Antonio, Texas and Seattle, Wash.-42 attacks apiece3) Chicago, Ill.-41 attacks4) San Francisco, Calif.-38 attacks5) Philadelphia, Pa.-34 attacks6) Detroit, Mich.-33 attacks7) St. Louis, Mo.-32 attacks8) Baltimore, Md. and Sacramento, Calif.-29 attacks apiece9) Houston, Texas and Minneapolis, Minn.-27 attacks apiece10) Cleveland and Dayton, Ohio-26 attacks apiece11) Buffalo and Brooklyn, N.Y.-24 attacks apiece12) Denver, Colo.-23 attacks13) Dallas, Texas and Tacoma, Wash.-21 attacks apiece14) Wichita, Kan.-20 attacks Insurance claimsState Farm publishes a list of the top ten states with the most claims for dog bites the previous year. The states that, made the list in 2012 were:1) California-451 claims worth $17.1 million2) Illinois-337 claims worth $9 million3) Texas-236 claims worth $4.3 million4) Ohio-235 claims worth $5 million5) Pennsylvania-165 claims worth $4.5 million6) Michigan-151 claims worth $4.6 million7) Indiana-148 claims worth $2.7 million8) Florida-123 claims worth $7.1 million9) Georgia-121 claims worth $3.3 million10) New York-116 claims worth $6.4 million Here are some simple tips from the American Veterinary Medical Associationthat could help prevent a dog bite:—Don€™t run past a dog. Dogs naturally love to chase and catch things.—Never disturb a dog that is caring for puppies, sleeping or eating.—If a dog approaches to sniff you, stay still. In most cases, the dog will go away when it determines you are not a threat.—If you are threatened by a dog, remain calm. Don€™t scream or yell. If you say anything, speak calmly and firmly. Avoid eye contact. Try to stay still until the dog leaves, or back away slowly until the dog is out of sight. Don€™t turn and run.—If you fall or are knocked to the ground, curl into a ball with your hands over your head and neck. Protect your face.Connect with ABC 22/FOX 45 Reporter Wale Aliyu on Facebook and Twitter.
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Dayton Claims "Unsession" A Success

Dayton Claims "Unsession" A Success

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Governor Mark Dayton talks about the nearly two thousand outdated laws and rules that were repealed during the 2014 legislative session.
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Protesters Claim Dayton Mall Bus Stop Breaks A

Protesters Claim Dayton Mall Bus Stop Breaks A

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MIAMI TOWNSHIP-- Protestors are preparing to sound off against the company that owns the Dayton Mall, over a bus stop. LEAD (Leaders for Equality and Action in Dayton) claims that the only RTA bus stop at the mall, is not up to standards with the American's with Disabilities Act. "we want enough bus stops, we want them accessible, and accessible to the entrances to the mall," said Willie Righter, who is helping to organize the protest. She is almost 80 years old, and struggles to walk herself, but continues to fight for equality and access for others. "Because I live here and these are people that are my friends and neighbors, and the children of my friends and neighbors," Righter said. LEAD is the group responsible for the fight to add RTA bus stops at the Fairfield Commons Mall in Beavercreek. Now, they are calling out mall owner Glimcher Realty Group once again, for what they claim is a lack of bus stops at the Dayton Mall that are accessible for people with disabilities and impairments. Currently, there is only one bus stop at the Dayton Mall on the south side off Ring Road. The protestors take issue with the distance and grade from the bus stop to the mall entrance, claiming it is more than the length of a football field, and hard for those with impairments to traverse. "If somebody is in even an electric wheelchair, and certainly if they're on a walker, its awful," Righter said. "A shelter would be nice," said rider Steve Donovan at the mall bus stop. He receives disability for issues he has with his knees, and said the walk from the mall to the bus stop is troubling. "Today was a relatively good day so it was tolerable, but there would be some days where this would really get to me," said Donovan. RTA submitted plans to Glimcher in 2010 that LEAD claims were refused by the company. Today Glimcher would not answer questions but released this statement
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dayton insurance claims

dayton insurance claims

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Dayton Insurance Claims http://dayton-roofing.com-receive-free.info/ Rembrandt Enterprises 156 E. Spring Valley Pike Suite B Centerville OH 45458 937-746-7377 937-746-7377
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Murder in a Dayton alley goes unsolved

Murder in a Dayton alley goes unsolved

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Murder in a Dayton alley goes unsolved
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How Leading Healthcare Organizations Optimize Claims Processing and Automate Operations

How Leading Healthcare Organizations Optimize Claims Processing and Automate Operations

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Find out how healthcare companies are using Pega's innovative Claims Automation solutions to boost First Pass Rates and optimize the productivity of claims examiners without having to replace core administration systems. Pega has developed two "wrap around" solutions that are enabling clients to reduce cost, improve compliance and enhance member and provider satisfaction. http://www.pega.com/solutions/by-industry/healthcare/claims Customer stories will include: - Successful implementations in less than 90 days - Savings of millions of dollars annually - Increased ROI's up to 300% Featured Speakers: - Keith Dayton - Sr. Director, Healthcare Marketing, Pegasystems - Jonathan Kelly - Sr. Director, Healthcare Marketing, Pegasystems
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Abandoned and Derelict Former Elder Beerman Store in Northwest Dayton, Ohio

Abandoned and Derelict Former Elder Beerman Store in Northwest Dayton, Ohio

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An Elder Beerman Store that has sat vacant for years since it has closed and looks like trash
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Dayton landlord recovers money from campaign after contacting 2 NEWS Investigates

Dayton landlord recovers money from campaign after contacting 2 NEWS Investigates

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Dayton landlord claims Obama campaign left him with a mess
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How To Find Out If A Home Is REAP Eligible In The City of Dayton, Ohio

How To Find Out If A Home Is REAP Eligible In The City of Dayton, Ohio

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In this video, Paula Powers, Planning and Community Development Coordinator for the City of Dayton, takes you through the process of how to find out if a home is eligible for REAP (Real Estate Acquisition Process) online. The City of Dayton Lot Links Program uses Ohio Revised Code Sections 323.65-323.79, commonly referred to as R.E.A.P. (Real Estate Acquisition Process), and is a partnership between individual citizens or developers, the City of Dayton and Montgomery County. The program provides a vehicle for bringing abandoned tax delinquent property back into productive use via: 1) Acquisition of tax delinquent vacant lots by those seeking lots for yard or home expansion, building of garages, urban gardens, etc.; and 2) Acquisition of tax delinquent abandoned housing stock by those willing to perform the rehab work or demolition and new housing construction. Abandoned tax delinquent commercial properties may also be acquired via Lot Links. More info at: http://www.cityofdayton.org/departments/pcd/Pages/LotLinksProgram.aspx
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Gov. Dayton on Vikings Stadium: Shocked, Shocked to Find Seat Licenses in Here!

Gov. Dayton on Vikings Stadium: Shocked, Shocked to Find Seat Licenses in Here!

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he Minnesota Sports Facilities Authority met Thursday evening to finalize agreements with the Minnesota Vikings for a new stadium scheduled to open in 2016. Instead of a celebration, however, the meeting devolved into an angry shouting match at times, as residents criticized the lack of public input in the process. To add to the strained atmosphere, Gov. Mark Dayton held a press conference before the meeting at which he begrudgingly accepted that private seat license fees — a revenue-raising gimmick he has said he strongly opposes — are part of the deal. It was all part of an increasingly pressurized effort to keep the $1-billion stadium deal rolling despite a number of problems that have cropped up in recent months — from the fraud conviction of the Vikings' owners in a New Jersey court to Dayton's claims that he didn't know that the legislation he signed last year allowed the Vikings to collect millions in seat licenses. Unless ground is broken for the new stadium this fall — no date yet has been set — the timetable for the project may be thrown off schedule. Yesterday's complicated and controversial meeting of the stadium authority was one sign of the ratcheting up of pressure to get the deal done before any more wheels come off. Distributed by OneLoad.com
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Dayton Man Claims VA was Ready to Let Him Die

Dayton Man Claims VA was Ready to Let Him Die

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DAYTON -- A local Vietnam veteran says he believes the V.A. was willing to let him die rather pay for the expensive medication he needed to treat his heart and lung issues. Dale Walker gets emotional when he talks a recent visit to his primary care physician. He says the doctor told him he was going to die and there was nothing they could do to help. But Walker says after a trip to a specialist he was told there was a medication that could help him. However, no one was willing to give him the drug after repeated trips to the V.A. hospital. Today Walker contacted us and we looked into it, and after several phone calls we got an email apologizing to Walker for what they call a misunderstanding between Walker and his primary care doctor. The V.A. says a drug has been identified that can help him and today they started the process so he can receive the medication. He says until we called he had been given the runaround.
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Car Insurance Dayton Ohio

Car Insurance Dayton Ohio

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http://www.pathwayinsurance.net/ Call 513-662-7000 for Car Insurance Dayton Ohio. Everyone is looking for the best deal on car insurance in Dayton Ohio and often consumers will call insurance companies after watching a series of commercials and they may get a better rate from the company that they just called. However consumers may have been able to achieve a better rate if they would've contacted our agency because we represent over 30 insurance companies. So if you're looking for the best rates on car insurance in Dayton Ohio you may have made a mistake by only calling one company to obtain that quote. However there is one area that you need to be cautious about when searching for Dayton Ohio car insurance. Car insurance is far more complicated than the price we pay for it™ and you could find yourself saving money on your insurance only to lose money later because a claim was denied! How do you avoid claim denial from insurance companies? The first step to realize is that not all insurance companies provide the same level of coverage. If you purchase cheap car insurance in Dayton Ohio you may be able to match the same limits of liability and deductibles, but what is covered from one company to the next can be different. That means that one company offering Dayton Ohio car insurance may exclude a certain claim, while another company offering auto insurance in Dayton may pay for that same claim. The same claim but different claim results. That's why you need an expert to help you with your insurance. Pathway Insurance offers two specific services that are of extreme importance and value to policyholders. The first is something called the Claims Advocacy Program, and the Pathway Protection Letter. Both of these services could help individuals avoid claim denials, and to be paid fairly if there's a dispute with a claim. So contact us at 513-662-7000 if you're looking for Dayton Ohio car insurance, we can help you in many cases find better rates, but better coverage! You can use our online system to request an online Dayton car insurance quote, here's the link to do that: http://www.pathwayinsurance.net/best-car-insurance-rates-in-cincinnati/ Pathway Insurance 4221 Malsbary Rd. Suite 201 Blue Ash Ohio 45242 513-662-7000 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=laRrf1JWDss&feature=player_detailpage
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Dayton's Billionaire B talks opening of "CLUB MEDUSA!" (video)

Dayton's Billionaire B talks opening of "CLUB MEDUSA!" (video)

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There's a new nightclub coming to Dayton...."MEDUSA" night club! The Partyman TV's Londyn Apesos chats with Brandon Melson, aka Billionaire B, about his business mindset, and his brand, along with an inside look at Medusa. Subscribe to this Youtube Channel Above! ThePartymanTV Follow The Partyman on IG/SNAP: hot1029partyman ThePartymanTV ThePartymanTV ThePartymanTV NOTES Dayton ohio african american community dayton ohio black community
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Dayton Ohio Workers' Compensation Attorney Dan O'Brien - Marijuana in WC claims

Dayton Ohio Workers' Compensation Attorney Dan O'Brien - Marijuana in WC claims

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Dayton Ohio Workers' Compensation Attorney Dan O'Brien speaking on the topic of marijuana in Workers' Compensation Claims.
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#OPJOHNCRAWFORD in Dayton, Ohio on 12-27-2014

#OPJOHNCRAWFORD in Dayton, Ohio on 12-27-2014

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An interview with Micah at #OPJOHNCRAWFORD in Beavercreek, OH. Just outside of Dayton, OH. in Greene County
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