For over 20 years, Hrabcak & Company, LPA has been providing practical, legal solutions and advice to business owners, individuals and families. The firm's
legal professionals have extensive experience in handling a wide variety of transaction and litigation matters, including residential and commercial
real estate, probate and estate planning, employment law, entity formation,
complex business litigation, creditor/debtor collection matters, tax law and veteran’s law.
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During the Ohio Department of Health’s Stay-at-Home Order, Hrabcak & Company, L.P.A., as an essential service, remains open and operational. We will, however, be limiting in-person interactions with clients. Please continue to communicate with us by email and telephone. We will continue to provide professional and high-level legal services to our clients while practicing social distancing to help stop the spread of COVID-19.
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BACKGROUND: Between 1953 and 1987, over one million military personnel and their family members were stationed at the United States Marine Corps Base, Camp Lejeune, in North Carolina. During this time frame, people living on the base, military service members, and civilians were drinking, cooking with, and bathing in contaminated water. The base water treatment facilities and a dry-cleaning company in the local area were responsible for the chemicals contaminating the water. (...)
Throughout the Vietnam War, C-123 aircrafts were used to spray the toxic herbicide Agent Orange. The aircrafts were found to still have traces of the chemical in them afterward while they were being used, up until 1986. If you flew on, or worked with, any C-123 aircrafts in Vietnam or other locations, you may have had contact with Agent Orange and could have a claim for a service-connected disability. Why Did This Happen? The VA was made aware of multiple complaints and concerns (...)