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March 2017 Archives

Proving fault in pedestrian vs. motor vehicle accidents

Most of the time when a pedestrian vs. motor vehicle accident occurs, the driver is found to be at fault. However, sometimes the pedestrian is the one who caused the accident. Our world is filled with distractions to which we can all fall prey, even those who choose to walk instead of drive. Let's look at a couple of scenarios in which a pedestrian may have caused a motor vehicle accident.

A semitruck hit me: Can I sue the company?

You might think that your car accident injuries were the fault of the semitruck driver who blew through a red light and t-boned the compact car you were driving. Indeed, it probably was his fault, but another liable party was probably involved in this crash: the employer of the semitruck driver.

How dangerous are elderly infections in Ohio nursing homes?

Infections that strike elderly citizens can always be dangerous, inside a nursing home and out. Timely health care is critical in recovering from these infections and steps should be taken to discourage future illnesses of the same type.

Serious personal injury to the spinal cord

Did you know that motor vehicle accidents are the number one cause of spinal cord injury? Data shows that these accidents account for more than 35 percent of spinal cord injuries. Falls come in second at more than 25 percent, particularly in those ages 65 or older.

Poor maintenance in public stairwells could result in injuries

A common type of accident we handle in premises liability law concerns slipping and falling in public stairwells. Typically, when people approach a set of stairs in a public place they immediately look for handrails. When they see a handrail, people tend to assume the stairs are safe and proceed confidently.

5 dangerous product recalls impacting Ohio In February

Shopping in today's world has become a risky endeavor. The news routinely contains reports of dangerous products and product recalls. This worries many families in Ohio and the rest of the nation because everyone wants to keep their loved ones safe.

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