Articles by NPHM

How to Handle Medical Bills While Waiting for a Settlement After a Truck Accident

by NPHM | March 23rd, 2020

If you were recently hurt in a truck accident that wasn’t your fault, you may have suffered serious injuries. And if the trauma, pain, and shock weren’t bad enough, your injuries may require intensive medical treatment, surgery, and long hospital stays. That means big medical bills and no paychecks for the foreseeable future—a combination that […]

Can You Get Compensation for Pothole Damage in Cleveland?

by NPHM | March 16th, 2020

Potholes are a hazard in cities across Ohio every winter and spring. These dangerous depressions in public roads are caused when water from snow and rain seeps into tiny cracks in the pavement. When that water freezes, it expands, and through multiple cycles of freezing and thawing, combined with the weight of all the vehicles […]

Frequency of Truck Accidents in Ohio—What’s Your Risk?

by NPHM | March 9th, 2020

The thought of an 18-wheeler bearing down on you in heavy traffic is likely one of your worst fears as a driver. We’ve all been behind the wheel on the interstate when we notice a big rig veering into our lane and experience a sudden jolt of panic. Are our fears justified, or are crashes […]

Who is Liable for Your Medical Bills After a Truck Crash?

by NPHM | March 2nd, 2020

While getting compensation after a crash is never simple, your average car crash claim is a lot simpler than a truck crash claim. Whether a minor fender bender or serious head-on collision, car accidents typically only involve two potentially at-fault individuals and their respective insurance companies. But after a crash involving a truck, you aren’t […]

Will Tomorrow’s Cars Be Safer or More Dangerous?

by NPHM | February 24th, 2020

Whether you got your license before rearview cameras were required in all new cars, or you remember when airbags were considered a luxury, then you already know how much safer vehicles are today than they used to be. But you also know that these safety features didn’t materialize overnight and that automakers have stumbled greatly […]

How to Deal with the Costs of Caring for a Baby with Birth Injuries

by NPHM | February 17th, 2020

For parents who have just been through the incredible stress of learning that their child suffered a possibly preventable injury during pregnancy, delivery, or immediately after birth, dealing with likely extensive medical expenses is often more than anyone should have to bear. Research suggests that 40 percent of families who have a child with special […]

What is a Birth Injury?

by NPHM | February 10th, 2020

The time shortly before, during, and immediately after birth is when infants are most vulnerable. If doctors, nurses, midwives, and other healthcare providers don’t provide proper care in these moments, they can cause irreparable harm. Any injury that occurs during this period is known as a birth injury. Sometimes, no one is to blame for […]

What to Look for in a Nursing Home

by NPHM | February 3rd, 2020

When you’re searching for the right nursing home, do you know what to look for? Above all, you want a facility that you can trust to provide the best care possible. Deciding which nursing homes to consider and which to avoid isn’t easy, especially if this if your first time doing it. The good news […]

Stay Safe on Super Bowl Sunday

by NPHM | January 27th, 2020

Whether or not your team is playing, everyone has a reason to enjoy Super Bowl Sunday. The biggest game of the year is a great time to hang out with friends, eat, drink, and be merry. Unfortunately, like on any holiday that involves alcohol, Super Bowl Sunday is also a dangerous day to be on […]

What You Need to Know about Road Rage

by NPHM | January 20th, 2020

Road Ragers: almost every driver in Ohio has seen one at some point or another. They drive erratically and aggressively, and they sometimes even attempt to incite direct confrontations with other motorists. Road rage is a serious issue in America with dire consequences. In fact, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration notes that fatal road […]