Articles by Staff

New Mammogram Guidelines – But Do They Make Sense?

by Staff | October 28th, 2015

Earlier this month the American Cancer Society (ACS) released new guidelines for mammography screening for women as published by the American Medical Association. http://www.cancer.org/index The new guidelines delay the recommended age when most women (not those at higher risk) should start receiving mammograms to age 45. The previous guideline recommended women at normal risk for […]

Nurenberg Paris Leadership in the Ohio Association for Justice

by Staff | June 24th, 2015

The 2015 Annual Convention for the Ohio Association for Justice included insightful seminars and announcements for leadership positions within the organization.  Ellen McCarthy, who was elected Secretary of OAJ, also spoke at the convention about the importance of using focus groups for trial preparation.  Another of our NPHM partners, Andy Young, was given a Distinguished […]

Protecting Your Loved Ones From the Dangers of Nursing Home Abuse

by Staff | January 22nd, 2015

More information has come to light in recent years about the rate at which nursing home abuse occurs. The most recent estimates show as many as one-third of all elderly individuals living in a long-term care facility will suffer harm at the hand of another person. Numbers like this leave many wondering who is most […]

Nurenberg Paris Welcomes Its Newest Partner, David Herman

by Staff | January 16th, 2015

Congratulations to David Herman, who has just been named the newest partner at Nurenberg Paris, Heller & McCarthy! The announcement marks David’s tenth year of dedicated service at the firm, in which time he has represented clients in various aspects of personal injury litigation, from negligent driving to medical malpractice to nursing home neglect. “I […]

Chocolate Wishes Are Some of Our Favorite Things

by Staff | December 30th, 2014

Magic can happen in many forms. At Nurenberg Paris, we create wish magic when we partner with Make-A-Wish each year. This year, we granted Chloe’s wish to visit a chocolate factory and meet Willy Wonka. The colorful and lively characters of the Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory movie made her smile during long hospital stays. […]

What Ohio Workers’ Compensation Benefits Am I Entitled to?

by Staff | December 18th, 2014

There are two basic types of Ohio workers’ compensation benefits—death benefits and injury benefits. What happens if an employee is injured on the job, but dies a short time later as a result of their injuries? Are they entitled to both types of benefits? A ruling in a lawsuit that was recently filed in the […]

Trucking Safety: Do You Know the Acronyms?

by Staff | December 11th, 2014

Speaker Andy Young Educates Attorneys on Trucking Litigation

Breast Cancer – It Is A Young Woman’s Disease To Fight

by Staff | December 5th, 2014

The statistics can tell any story you want them to say. However, as I continue to talk to and represent women diagnosed with breast cancer it seems that the statistics in this area are telling the true story. As I have practiced medical negligence law over the past 20-25 years I have observed that the […]

The Death of Joan Rivers and Medical Malpractice in Ohio

by Staff | November 14th, 2014

Are Ohio physicians becoming too complacent in their medical care? Believe it or not, the recent death of legendary comedian Joan Rivers may shed some light. In fact, the recent revelations concerning her death may give a glimpse into the complacency of some medical providers in this country, and more specifically, in our community. In […]

Motorcycles and Spring Do Not Have to be a Fatal Combination

by Staff | May 6th, 2014

Not quite sure at this point if Spring will ever come to Northeast Ohio. But when it does we can be sure to see the re-emergence of motorcycles on the roadways and highways. Statistically this can be a problem for the avid motorcyclist and the inattentive driver. According to statistics reported by the U.S. Department […]