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Ryan Verhulp

Chief Civil Deputy Prosecuting Attorney and Risk Manager

Franklin County

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www.tri-cityherald.com

Ryan Verhulp, county deputy prosecutor, wrote in those letters that a review of Cervantes' medical records did not find any specific injuries from the accident.
He took pain medication for 11 days afterward and then stopped. "Your medical records fail to verify such injuries and rather only indicate you experienced a brief period of discomfort," Verhulp wrote. Roach said he is trying to negotiate a settlement with the county's insurance pool on behalf of Cervantes. "If we are successful, that will be the end of it," he said.


www.tri-cityherald.com

Ryan Verhulp, chief civil deputy prosecutor for Franklin County, said he didn't know of any state law to prevent that.


www.avenue-law.com

Ryan Verhulp
Chief Civil Deputy Prosecuting Attorney


www.tri-cityherald.com

Ryan Verhulp, county civil attorney, said he has found nothing in state law requiring counties to operate a fire protection system.
Verhulp said state law allows local fire districts to operate and maintain fire protection systems, if needed.


www.tri-cityherald.com

The suit had alleged that Franklin County failed to respond to a Child Protective Services referral, Ryan Verhulp, county chief civil deputy prosecutor, recently told county commissioners.
"The sheriff's office never did receive notice of that referral," he said.


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